2014 Dodge Durango Review and Interior
2014 Dodge Durango has excellent parts and components since most of them are shared with the Jeep Grand Cherokee. Since competitors’ arrival like the Ford Explorer and Chevrolet Traverse, Dodge figured the Durango should have a few upgrades to stay competitive. And for 2014 it gets an upgrade, a new transmission, a new trim level, and newer technology.
The current Dodge Durango has narrower headlights, and the grille that looks vicious. The body is also more streamlined than before. It carries projector-beam units for headlights and fog lamps, and the highest models provide LED running-light strips. The Durango’s rear end gets the biggest change, which using Dodge’s signature full-width LED taillight design which lights up brighter and more identifiably. The light has a total of 192 LEDs bringing the Durango new look to be in line with the Charger and Dart sedans. There are seven new 18 and 20 inch wheel option and three grilles models depending on the trim level. It is sure to bring the 2014 Dodge Durango Review and Interior to be dashing yet luxurious.
The 2014 Dodge Durango Interior and dashboard is essentially the same, Dodge swapped out the center stack that accommodates the latest versions of Uconnect touch screen (the standard five-inch or an optional 8.4-inch unit) and some modern buttons below the display. there are new standard seven-inch reconfigurable TFT digital gauge cluster, optional rear-seat entertainment package featuring a Blu-ray player and a pair of seatback-mounted, high-resolution nine-inch screens, and roof-mounted display that couldn’t play Blu-ray discs.
The new gearbox is paired with the standard 3.6-liter V6 resulting 290 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque, or an optional 5.7-liter V8 engine delivering 360 hp and 390 lb-ft of torque. The Durango uses a rotary gear selector transmission and steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters give more precise control when changing gears. By the look of 2014 Dodge Durango Review it is worth to pay $30,000 to take the car home.