2003 Dodge Durango Overview

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Trims

R/T 4WD
Avg. Price: $6,788
SLT
Avg. Price: $6,149
SLT 4WD
Avg. Price: $6,077
SLT Plus
Avg. Price: $5,800
SLT Plus 4WD
Avg. Price: $5,591
Sport
31 national listings
Sport 4WD
40 national listings
SXT
Avg. Price: $4,736
SXT 4WD
48 national listings

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Average User Score

4.45 stars

Based on 32 reviews

Dodge Durango by Sean
 — Performance is great it has an awesome acceleration good braking and the handling is awesome. Its needed repairs but thats because its gotten in accidents. Outside is pretty good not too big not too s... Read More
Great Family Vehicle by Julie
 — This has been my favorite vehicle over all. I love the way it handles, it has alot of get up and go. It's great for hauling around the kids and their stuff. The third seat works for any other people y... Read More
The Durango by Wendy
 — I have Away's wanted one, the preformance is exellent and If you want a nice looking, good performing, solid truck for work or for yourself, and you don't want to spend over 20K on a new car, then thi... Read More

2003 Dodge Durango Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 32 reviews

2003 Dodge Durango

Dodge did not make many changes to the Durango in 2003, as it was preparing for a new generation in 2004. Notable changes this year include making 16-inch wheels and 4-wheel disc brakes standard on all trims.

Trims remained the same for the 2003 Durango. The Sport, SLT, SLT Plus, and SXT models all came standard with a 5-speed automatic transmission and a 4.7-liter, 235-hp, V8 engine, a tough, fuel-efficient engine and powertrain combo that could tow more than 7,000 pounds and still get off the line quickly. For even better acceleration and sport tuning, the R/T performance trim included a behemoth 5.9-liter, 245-hp V8 paired with a 4-speed automatic.

Drivers love the truck-like look of the 2003 Dodge Durango and that its handling and interior are more car-like and intuitive. The cargo capacity is the largest in its class. But along with the envious stares drivers say they receive, you will also make many new friends with your Durango, including Exxon, Mobil, Texaco, and Shell. With only 14/18 mpg (and most drivers say that's a generous figure), the Durango won't take you far on a 25-gallon tank.

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Want To Put 1999 Motor 318 In A 2003 Dodge Durango With 360 Motor, Want To ...

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My Dodge Durango 2003 Heat In The Front Doent Work But The Rear Heat Does

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I Just Found Out My Vehicle Is Not A 4wd It Is A Sxt Dodge Durnago

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