The 2015 Dodge Durango R/T adds the option of "Radar Red Nappa leather seats" from the Challenger and Charger. Not the kind of news I normally care about, but the Durango rules and this new interior actually looks pretty sweet.
No matter how well prepared you are, when the Dakar Rally bites you, it bites you hard. The El Martillo Racing Dodge Durango driven by Matthew Campbell found this out during yesterday's Stage 7A with a big end-over-end rollover that ended in a big fireball. Fortunately, everyone in the truck was okay.
What do you get when you mix up an X5, an Explorer, and throw in a dash of Durango? You get the 2016 Kia Sorento, that just made its US debut at the LA Auto Show. It is easy to dismiss the Korean mid-sizer, but the Sorento may be the best alternative to the usual suspects like the Highlander and Pilot.
The 2014 Dodge Durango R/T is one of my favorite SUVs. Just enough noise to scare the neighbor's chihuahua, practical enough to spare you from public shaming when you roll up to a gas station or your grandmother's house. Now you can get the $29,000 base model to look like the $39,000 sporty one as a $1,600 option.
The summer of recalls rolls on, and it's not just limited to General Motors' cars. Chrysler announced today they will recall nearly 900,000 SUVs over fire concerns after federal officials upgraded their investigation into the problem.
One of the ways Chrysler has been trying to keep Dodge vehicles from looking exactly like Chryslers and Jeeps is by adding racetrack-style lighting in the rear. And designers like it so much that they're continually improving on it.
Clearly, the new Ron Burgundy Dodge commercials are hilarious. But are they doing anything to sell cars? According to Defamer, the answer is yes. You stay classy in your new Durangos, America!
All these years, I've been pronouncing "Dodge" with a hard D sound. But thanks to Ron Burgundy, America's greatest newsman, I now know it's pronounced with a soft D, like the soft J in jogging, or as Ron calls it, yog-ging. Thanks Ron!
When Chrysler teased four ads with Ron Burgundy hawking the Dodge Durango last week, we thought that it would be one or two quick ads. We were wrong. Really wrong. They're doing 70 of them and, so far, they're brilliant.
These new spots from Dodge featuring the 2014 Durango and Ron Burgundy are fantastic.
Assuming the sound of screeching tires means you will soon have a car in your living room might sound paranoid, but one homeowner has a pretty good reason to be concerned about the nuances of traffic around his home in Haverhill, Ma.
The annual Cherry Blossom Parade in downtown Washington carried with it a special floral display this year, courtesy of a new Dodge Durango that caught fire while towing a parade float. UPDATED
The next-generation Dodge SUV will probably be called the 2012 Dodge Magnum, instead of Durango, but whatever it's called these patent drawings show it's got a Ram nose, old Viper wheels and an Oldsmobile Bravada roofline.