2007 Dodge Durango Overview

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Adventurer
Adventurer 4X4
Limited
Avg. Price: $10,576
Limited 4X4
Avg. Price: $11,727
SLT
Avg. Price: $10,106
SLT 4X4
Avg. Price: $10,233
SXT
Avg. Price: $8,956
SXT 4X4
Avg. Price: $10,558

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4.85 stars

Based on 10 reviews

It Is Very Luxurious And A Smooth Ride. Great Family Car And Comfy On Long Trips. by Celeste
 — Having almost every option is of course nice but the dealer does not seem to be very savvy in this department. Unfortunately for them I actually use all the bells and whistles. When I call with ques... Read More
Dodge Durango...a Fun Car!!! by Abdul292
 — My car is simply amazing.. value for money.. 5.7Litre Engine V8.. wen compared to other cars in the market.. this is the cheapest.. Quick responce on acceleration..Very strong heavy body and perfect d... Read More
Gonna Miss My Silver Durango! by danthony4554
 — I love everything about this car except for the fuel economy! I love how it sits up a little higher than most vehicles, and how quickly it can accelerate. I've never felt safer behind the wheel than ... Read More

2007 Dodge Durango Overview

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2007 Dodge Durango

Oh, the gas mileage. This is the number-one complaint of Dodge Durango owners. No one expects any SUV to get good mileage, particularly one that boasts 102 cubic feet of cargo space, a towing capacity of up to 8,900 pounds, and a 5.9-liter Hemi V8 engine. But bless its oversized heart, the Durango is trying. In 2007, along with the regular 4.7-liter, 235-hp V8, the Durango offers as its standard engine (in all 4WD, SLTs, and above) a Flexible Fuel E85-compatible 4.7-liter V8, which gets the same horsepower, but gives drivers the choice of using gas, ethanol, or any combination of both. Still standard in the base model SXT 2WD is the 3.7-liter, 210-hp V6. And still first off the line and barreling down off-road trails like a knife through butter is the 335-hp Hemi V8.    

Perhaps also fueled by consumer complaints, Dodge has restyled the exterior of the 2007 Durango, giving it a classier, more angled look. Less sloping, and sharper edges to the hood, grille, and bumpers, plus flush wraparound headlights convey an aerodynamic feel without losing any of its monster attitude. For safety concerns, an electronic stability program, tire pressure monitor, rollover sensing system, anti-skidding, and an ultrasonic rear parking assistant solve some of the issues raised by drivers.

Other new options in the 2006 Dodge Durango include a remote starter, 20-inch wheels, and optional captain's seats in the second row. The Durango has redesigned its floor and electrical system in preparation for the overdue hybrid version in 2008.

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Dodge Durango Questions

cafutch11
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2007 Durango Slt 4.7 Flex Fuel Studders And Loses Power Around 40-50 Mph

No flex fuel used, reg unleded, problem started about 7-10 days ago 20 miles a day average usage Prblem has gradually be come worse Engine light came on about 2 wks ago, starts blinking wen u acce...

153 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 years ago)
lithia
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Need To Tow My 2007 Durango Behind My Motorhome But It Has A 144 Trnsfercas...

can i convert from a 144 transfercase to something else so i can tow behind motorhome

93 views with 3 answers (last answer 2 years ago)
Celeste
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Why Does The Remote Start Button Not Seem To Work Properly?

It is advertised to cool and heat your car before you get in. I have made sure the air is on when I turn the car off. When I remote start it up the air is not on and I have to put the key in and tur...

483 views with 1 answer (last answer 7 years ago)
Successmaker
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Both My Windshield Squirters Went Out At The Same Time. I Think It's An Ele...

Chrysler shop says I need to replace motors on front and back, but I find it hard to believe that both would go out at EXACTLY the same time. Does anyone have a fix? Thanks!

96 views with 2 answers (last answer 5 years ago)
anttheknee
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2007 Dodge Durango Started Normal In Sub Zero Temp. Few Hours Later Would N...

44 views with 6 answers (last answer about a year ago)