Illustration for article titled Hey Look Its The 2014 Dodge Durango And It Can Tow Cars And Has LEDs

I have a confession. I totally forgot that the Dodge Durango was still in production. It's never on my radar, and I don't really have a reason for it to be. With that said, here's the 2014 model.

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The technical term for it is a "mid-cycle refresh." For Dodge, like any manufacturer these days, a mid-cycle refresh basically means that they will add LEDs and call it a day.

Illustration for article titled Hey Look Its The 2014 Dodge Durango And It Can Tow Cars And Has LEDs
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Yup, it has LEDs. The rear lights are called "race track" lights! Buzzwords!

It still has the Pentastar V6 and the Hemi V8 with 300 and 400 horsepower, respectively. What's good is that those engines help the Durango tow things. Things that you'll actually want to drive.

Illustration for article titled Hey Look Its The 2014 Dodge Durango And It Can Tow Cars And Has LEDs

It also has 50 seating arrangements. I'm not sure how that's possible.

Illustration for article titled Hey Look Its The 2014 Dodge Durango And It Can Tow Cars And Has LEDs
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Anywho, the 2014 Durango: The more you know.

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