After six seasons in its original form, Dodge’s sole sport utility vehicle gets a substantial redesign for the 2004 model year; DaimlerChrysler is calling the revised Durango “all new.” The SUV’s basic styling cues continue, but the new model is larger and features greater... Read Full Report
I hate to play the gender card, but from the get-go I am suspicious that this might be more of a guy's car than a mom-mobile. I've had several men tell me, "You really need to test out that new Dodge Durango with the Hemi. That thing's sweet."What is a Hemi? Does it make carpooling easier? Will it keep my kids' sippy cups from leaking on the seats? No? Well then, what's... Read full review for the 2004 Dodge Durango
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It is great to drive, it has a lot of power, and it handles well in the snow. CD changer failed, seat frame cheap, breaks. Besides regular maintenance, at around 85,000 miles I had to replace the tran... Read Full Review
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