2021 Dodge Durango GT Review, Specs, Horsepower
2021 Dodge Durango GT Review, Specs, Horsepower – The 2021 Dodge Durango straddles the line between car-based crossover and old-school sports utility vehicles. It certainly looks rough like a traditional SUV and offers a heavy-duty towing ability, especially when hiding a large underhood V8 Hemi engine.
A Family with a large, transportable toy might find Durango the ideal balance between cars and trucks, though options like the newly redesigned Ford Explorer and the new KIA Telluride may be more comfortable and efficient for others.
There is no change to 2021, although there are some new aesthetic upgrades to be had. These include the Premium interior Group, which includes the Suedecloth headliner and the instrument panel.
2021 Dodge Durango GT Engine
Minimal updates come despite the fact that Durango has been in the market in its current form for a full decade. Nevertheless, it still offers an attractive package with seating for up to seven passengers and a standard selection of engine V6 buyers with 290 horsepower or one of the two V8 options. There are 5.7 liters that offer 360 horsepower and 390 pound-foot torque, while the SRT model 392-badged boasts 475 HP and 470 lb-ft. The V6 can tow 6,200 pounds, which is enough to beat one of the most popular competitors. 5.7-liter V8 Edition can crane as much as 7,400 lbs, and £8,700
Durango is offered at several Trim levels, starting with the SXT and speeding through the GT, R/T, and Citadel levels before peaking with the high-performance SRT which can be accelerated from 0-60 in 4.4 seconds. The 5.7-liter V8 comes with R/T Trim, all others (minus fire-breathing SRT, of course) get a 3.6-liter V6 as standard equipment. Four-wheel drive is optional across the board, again with the exception of SRT which gets the standard all-wheel drive.
The six-cylinder Durangos achieves EPA-estimated mileage value of fuel from 19 mpg City, 26 mpg Highway and 21 combined with either Rear-or all-wheel drive. The V8 Model returns 14 MPG City, 22 MPG highway and 17 MPG combined. SRT gets 13 MPG City, 19 mpg Highway and 15 MPG combined, although the rugged-controlled buyer may not care all that much about efficiency. Others may, however, and the sub-par Durango fuel economy is a serious reason to consider the other, more thrifty large crossover fuels.
2021 Dodge Durango GT Features
Each manufacturer uses a combination of materials that range from cheap to high quality, but some designs like Durango are better executed than others. A set of gauges that display red and white on a black background facing the driver.
The Font is pleasant without being unreadable, and the 7.0-inch standard re-configurable digital speedometer is front and center; Provides access to vehicle status, fuel savings, audio information, and navigation. Steering feature is thick, leather is wrapped in RIM and handsome metal-spotted trim. At our R/T vehicle test, the paddle shifter is mounted behind the steering wheel operated by a satisfactory click.
We were able to fit 30 carry-on luggage in Durango cabin with all the seats folded down, but we only fit four behind the third row with all the chairs in place. That’s two more of the Acadia administered in both measurements. Ford Explorer holds only 25 overall (similar to the Mazda CX-9), but offers space for our six cases behind the third line, making it the best to transport people and cargo at the same time.