2013 Dodge Durango Owner Reviews
- Exterior Styling
- Interior Comfort
- Quality & Durability
I purchased a 2013 SXT loaner/rental from a Southern California dealer.
My goal was to purchase a solid, safe SUV priced in the low $30, 000 range with low mileage. I found a spotless 2013 bottom of the line SXT 6 cylinder and I am very happy with it. Runs smooth, quiet and has plenty of power. I replaced the cloth seat covers because the chemicals in it gave my wife a rash. 2-tone leather custom covers cost me $2,000 but they made a huge difference. The other expense was $600 for a backup camera. This vehicle sits high and thereby hides pedestrians and sport-type vehicles behind me sitting low-to-the-ground. I consider this a must. Chrysler/Dodge and all the other manufacturers of tall vehicles should be forced to include backup cameras. I highly recommend the Durango to other parents and grandparents who want their families to ride in a comfortable and save vehicle.
Bought the Durango about a month ago and I am still in love!!! Gets 18-20 MPG around town (I live in NE TN and it's pretty hilly) and has a great ride! Interior is very quiet and just glides over bumps. I work for a dealership that offers several makes (from Fords to Volvos) and don't think I will ever drive anything other than the Durango. I've got the SXT AWD and it's plenty loaded...maybe in a few years when I trade, I'll get the next model up. I think this is one of the most under-rated SUV's and I highly recommend it for it's quality, people and cargo room, gas mileage, and ride!!
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