Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Arriving soon is the 2011 Dodge Durango

There are still many hoping to shortly see the Dodge Motors Durango on the market. This SUV was not mid-size or full-size because it was between the two. Dodge Motors said there were plans to remodel this extremely effective car. The outside looks to the Dodge Motors Durango weren’t the only thing that Chrysler changed. The crossover SUV between a Suburban and mid-size Explorer is where the Durango 2011 is headed. Jeep’s vehicles are beginning to become unpopular although Chrysler wants to be a part of the craze with crossovers.

The newest Durango is here

Chrysler decided to remodel the three-quarter size SUV while stopping production of the Dodge Durango for over a year. The RamCharger is what the SUV replaced. The SUV was really popular then. This SUV was not nearly as large as within the outside as the Suburban, Tahoe, Excursion, Expedition or Hummer. Besides that, it nevertheless had plenty of space for people or cargo with three rows of seating. There was an amazing engine involved. It was surely a Dodge. It was the perfect auto to take children to sports, school, or even on road trips.

Looking new

The Dodge Durango has been scaled down. It will be more of a crossover SUV, as outlined by the brand new York Times. Horsepower is nevertheless accessible in this SUV. The Dodge Motors has it all. The 2011 Durango will come with a stock 290 horsepower 3.6 liter V6, or optional 360 hp 5.7 liter V8. If you choose the V8, you know it will shut down 4 of the 8 cylinders when not needed as part of the efficiency. The Dodge Motors Rock N Roll Virginia Beach Half Marathon will display three Dodge Motors Durangos for 2001.

Changes Chrysler decided to make

Dodge and Jeep are the other two brands besides Chrysler. New Fiat models of these automobiles can be accessible shortly also thinking about the Chrysler-Fiat merger that happened recently. Jeep is shedding the Patriot and the Compass, as those models aren’t selling well. Chrysler would do well for making as large a splash in the crossover market as it can.

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