When it comes to exactly how much power your Durango will deliver, you’re in complete control. Choose between four different engines, each of which hit the ground running in their unique ways. Let’s take a quick look at their specs:
When properly equipped, all three V8 engines can tow 8,700 pounds, too. That’s enough for a trailer with a couple of dirt bikes, ATVs, a small boat, or a pop-up camper. Depending on your engine, you’ll also get to decide whether you take those sharp highway corners with rear-wheel drive (RWD) or tackle unpredictable off-road and all-weather terrain with an available all-wheel drive (AWD) system.
As for your transmission, your Durango will come equipped with 8-speed automatic transmission. Choose whether you shift gears when you feel like it with an Electronic T-shifter or steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters.
Let’s round out our 2021 Dodge Durango review by looking at the driver-assistive technology that can help to make every drive a little bit safer. This technology includes available features like:
It also offers available features to help you stay safe on slick, rain-soaked roadways. Available rain-sensing windshield wipers, for example, automatically turn on and adjust their speed based on the rate of precipitation on the windshield.
Rain Brake Support will also kick in with the windshield wipers and apply light pressure to the calipers to remove water from the brake pads. This feature can help you stop more effectively in the rain.