2016 Dodge Durango Values

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2016 model year changes

The Dodge Durango returns in 2016 with few changes. The V6 engine gets a fuel-saving start/stop feature as standard equipment.

Competitive comparison

Family-friendly layout; truck toughness; brawny powertrains; impressive towing capability; comfortable seating; upscale cabin appointments; advanced tech and safety features

Special features for 2016

With a starting price of around $30,000, the Dodge Durango is one of the best full-size SUV values available. With an 8-speed transmission available, standard remote keyless entry and 3-zone climate control as well as available 20-inch rims, the Durango is a hard package to beat at this price. The Durango also remains one of the safest SUV picks for a large family, as it's been a repeat IIHS Top Safety Pick; and it's one of the best picks on the market for those who need to carry a large family while also towing a trailer. Tow ratings for the Durango range up to 7,400 pounds with the V8 or 6,200 pounds with the V6.
The Dodge Durango is a large-sized crossover SUV that is offered in four trim levels with seating for up to seven passengers. Standard outfitting includes: 18” premium alloy wheels, automated headlamps, heated and powered side mirrors, triple-zone climate control with rear A/C vents, tilt and telescope steering wheel, flat fold front passenger seat, 60/40 split second-row, 50/50 split and fold third-row, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration, 5” touchscreen console and six-speaker audio system. Options and upgrades can add things like roof rails, powered and heated front seating, rear parking sensors, LED daytime running lights, remote start, 115-volt power outlet, larger touchscreen console, larger wheels, voice command, rolling Wi-Fi, xenon headlamps, powered liftgate, 10-speaker Beats by Dre sound system, sunroof, leather upholstery, GPS, collision mitigation system and more. Powering this SUV is a capable 3.6-liter V6 engine that’s rated at 290 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque.