2024 Dodge Durango’s Future Doesn’t Look Well at All

2024 Dodge Durango

There are a lot of intriguing rumors and theories about the 2024 Dodge Durango. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look well for this SUV’s future. The model for 2024 appears to be the very last one, which will probably be replaced by an all-electric model.

With the Jeep Wagoneer’s underpinnings rather than the Grand Cherokee’s, the new full-size SUV is anticipated to be supported by a brand-new body-on-frame chassis. It is also noteworthy that the Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee previously shared the same platform.

2024 Dodge Durango Design

One of this SUV’s distinguishing characteristics is, unquestionably, its impressive appearance. The 2024 Dodge Durango is the only crossover SUV on the market that can compete with other rivals in terms of aesthetic appeal. This SUV’s striking proportions serve as the focal point of its commanding appearance. It is noteworthy that the Dodge Durango’s proportions are comparable to those of the Ford Explorer, Mazda CX-9, and Volkswagen Atlas.

In any case, this model’s exterior will be modified somewhat, and our team strongly urges consumers to consider at the very least the R/T and SRT 392 varieties. Both mentioned models have a distinctly sporty appearance because of their menacing hoods. The Citadel trim, on the other hand, features chrome accents and has a little more upmarket appearance. 

More Comfort

The full-size, three-row 2024 Dodge Durango SUV  interior will be built of premium materials. Anyway, based on the trim you choose, you may somewhat alter its layout.

For instance, both the entry-level SXT and the mid-range GT versions come with an 8.4-inch display. On the other hand, a bigger 10.1-inch screen is an add-on for the GT model but comes as standard on the Citadel and R/T models. A rear-seat entertainment system and a powerful sound system are available as extras, despite the fact that Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard features.

2024 Dodge Durango interior

2024 Dodge Durango Engine Specifications

The specific modifications that will be made to the engine are not yet known. On the one hand, a lot of people think it will get new engines, while other ones think the engine lineup will stay the same.

The Dodge Durango has previously had a 5.7-liter V8 engine with 360 horsepower as an option. The highest weight that this SUV could tow when fitted with this engine was 8700 pounds. A base V6 engine with 295 horsepower is used. An eight-speed automatic transmission connected to both engines allows power to be distributed to either the front wheels or all four axles simultaneously.

2024 Dodge Durango rear

What Will the Price of the Dodge Durango Be in 2024?

We still haven’t come up with an answer to that query. Unfortunately, Dodge did not provide any information regarding the new Durango’s price or release date. Our sources indicate that the next generation will likely cost more than the one before it.

The base price of the current model is $39,400. However, the GT, GT Plus, R/T, Citadel, Orange Sport, and R/T Plus are each $41,000, $52,000, and $56,755, respectively. The new model is expected to debut in the third quarter of 2023 as a 2024 model.  As before, the Dodge Durango will outperform both the Chevrolet Tahoe and the Ford Expedition in terms of capability.


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