Ext. color: Granite Crystal Clearcoat Metallic
Int. color: Black
Drivetrain: All-wheel Drive
Fuel type: Gasoline
Transmission: 8-Speed Automatic
Engine: 5.7L V8 16V MPFI OHV
Stock #: IX46441E
Heated Seats, Heated Steering Wheel, Navigation System, Power Liftgate, Remote Start
Bluetooth, Premium Sound System, Rear Seat Entertainment
Alloy Wheels, Sunroof/Moonroof
Backup Camera, Brake Assist, Stability Control
Leather Seats, Memory Seat, Third Row Seating
Sheehy INFINITI of Tysons review
December 24, 2022
By Eric Lev from Falls Church, VA
Christian was my service representative. He explained then showed me what needed to be replaced on my car. Most people don’t get their cars repaired at dealerships because they know they are going to get hosed on labor costs. Christian gave me a reasonable price for the repairs needed. Thus, he was smart enough to realize that a repeat customer is better in the long run than a one time customer because you hosed the customer and the customer doesn’t ever return again.
2015 Dodge Durango R/T review
Best suv I’ve ever owned.
April 13, 2023
By ShannonD from Lake Tahoe ca
Owns this car
I’ve owned my 2015 Durango 3.6 sxt for 8 years. In that 8 years I’ve put nearly 260K miles on it. It’s been my every day driver since the day I purchased it. Redline red, all black interior, 3 rows. Just a basic model. But, to this day, it’s still going strong. At the time of purchase I did get the maxcare lifetime warranty. It was exercised for a couple small things. Back latch switch went dead and wouldn’t open just a switch replacement. No big deal. At 220K nearly on the dot the transmission failed. With the maxcare warranty, I paid 200 dollars for the transmission replacement. That was only a year ago. That has been the only major issue with this vehicle. To be honest, 220K was impressive, since the 46RE transmissions in my 1st Gen Durango went out at 134K and the same transmission in my 00 ram 1500 went out at around the same mileage, I was extremely impressed with with how long this transmission held up. Notably a major improvement in reliability from the old glass transmissions that would break if you even thought about it. The 3.6 pentastar motor has been absolutely amazing. With multiple cross country trips in this vehicle, set to cruise control and eco mode on, I have squeezed 31Mpg out of it on those long long rides from Lake Tahoe California to Meredith New Hampshire. I have maintained it in time every time. Some normal wear and tear items have been replaced which is expected with the mileage I put on this. A wheel bearing, radiator, water pump. (Standard maintenance). The only downfall is that I’ve had to replace the windshield 4 times because it’s a magnet for rocks hitting it. I’m not even someone who tailgates because I always have my children with me and their safety is my priority. Which was the reason I purchased it. The crash test ratings met my standards, where the passenger compartment was the safest in the ratings. Driver side wasn’t as great but still pretty solid. I’d rather my kids and now grandchildren be safe with side impact or rear impact collisions than myself. But, I’ve never had an accident. Knock on wood. Overall, I would say that this is a fantastic midsize suv with excellent fuel economy for it being heavy compared to other vehicles on the market at the time. It’s been extremely comfortable to drive for all of this time. I do not have any tears, i. The seats, arm rests, and headliner. All of the electronic components work just fine still, and the controls are at your fingertips leaving your eyes glued to the road. This vehicle has been really good to me. I’ll keep driving it till it finally quits. And with the amount of miles I’ve put on it, I wouldn’t even be mad if it gave up now considering all of the memories I’ve been able to create with my family because of it’s reliability. From one mom to all the other moms out there looking for a great vehicle, give it a solid test drive, it’s roomy enough, overall it’s just been a wonderful vehicle to own for these last 8 years.