There are three engine options and five trims to choose from in the 2018 Dodge Durango lineup. The V8 engines provide enough kick to the huge size of the SUV.
The Durango displayed quick acceleration times from its V6 and V8 versions.
The SUV has an enormous towing power.
The crossover has plenty of tech that help improve communication, navigation, comfort and performance.
The interior offers ample amount of comfort, especially at long trips.
The vehicle gained high scores in NHTSA safety tests.
The 2018 Dodge Durango feels more like a truck than an SUV crossover from the first push of the accelerator. We highly recommend going for the trims that offer engines with more power than the 3.6-liter V6 unit to enjoy better driving performance.
The Durango has a very dismal fuel efficiency rating. The SRT trim in particular only has 13/19 mpg in city/highway drives.
The noise can be loud inside during accelerations from a complete standstill.