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September 2020 Newsletter

2015 Dodge Durango portrays a powerful image, and lives up to it

With anything in life, you’ve got to have an angle.

That definitely applies in the auto industry, as you have to show up with a definite plan to compete in any segment, especially one as busy as the crossover SUV segment.

For Dodge, whose Durango competes in this class, there’s a definite plan of attack, and it involves power — powerful looks, powerful engines and powerful towing capabilities.

I recently spent some time in a Durango and I’m back with a full report on what the vehicle has to offer.

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It’s easy for a crossover SUV to blend in these days, because there are just so many of them from all the different manufacturers. Being different is not always that easy. The Durango does an impressive job, though, in its efforts to do so.

Between its bold grille and muscular looks, the Durango is not going to be confused with some of its more watered-down competitors.

It’s a large vehicle, the biggest in the Dodge fleet, and Dodge offers an impressive array of color and styling options to make it stand out both inside and out, including the Blacktop package that adorned my test vehicle.

As with all SUVS, the key is to have flexibility in setup. You get that with the Durango, where both the second and third rows fold down to provide storage space in back.

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