There ought to be a 2011 Dodge Motors Durango available very soon

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There are still numerous hoping to shortly see the Dodge Motors Durango on the market. There was a lot of power in this little SUV that Dodge said it'd remodel, as it wasn't quite mid-size or full-size. The brand new Dodge Durango got just a little not just a face lift, as Chrysler is in a bit of a rebuilding phase. The Durango 2011 is likely going to be someplace between a Suburban and a mid-size Explorer as a sort of SUV crossover. Jeep's automobiles are beginning to become unpopular although Chrysler wants to be a part of the craze with crossovers.

The new Durango is here

There were no Dodge Durangos produced for over a year. Chrysler decided this was best while it remodeled the three-quarter size SUV. The RamCharger is what the SUV replaced. The SUV was really popular then. The niche it filled was that it offered the cargo space and seating to compete with minivans, as it sat three rows of people, yet was not nearly as cumbersome as larger SUVs such as the Suburban, Tahoe, Excursion, Expedition or the Hummer. It was surely a Dodge Motors engine though. It was a workhorse equally equipped for ferrying kids between school and soccer and tackling off road duties.

The outside look

There is a difference between the old and new Dodge Durango. It is scaled down a bit. The purpose of this is for making is a crossover SUV. This was reported by the New York Times. That does not mean that Dodge is skimping on the horsepower, though. 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 to Chrysler

The other two brands besides Chrysler, being Dodge and Jeep, will all be getting new vehicles soon, based on Fiat models as a result of the Chrysler-Fiat merger. Jeep is shedding the Patriot and also the Compass, as those models aren't selling well. The crossover market will likely enjoy the Chrysler also.

Further reading

NY Times