2016 Dodge DurangoSXT - Bluetooth - SiriusXM - $227.95 B/W
Stock No:URE9766
Odometer:48,929 km 
Condition:Used
Exterior:Silver
Transmission:Automatic
Engine:295HP 3.6L V6 Cylinder Engine
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Fuel (L/100km):City 12.8Hwy 9.5
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Bluetooth, Siriusxm, Aluminum Wheels, Fog Lamps, Steering Wheel Audio Control!

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If you've been seeking a family vehicle with more attitude than the typical crossover, this Dodge Durango is worth a look according to Edmunds. This 2016 Dodge Durango is for sale today in Maple Ridge.

This Dodge Durango offers drivers the best of everything. It starts with a well-appointed interior with a generous amount of room for cargo and passengers. Muscular styling sets this Durango apart from the softer crossovers on the market. Impressive confidence comes from a powerful, yet efficient drivetrain. The standard all-wheel drive capability is balanced by plush, upscale interior details making for a well-balanced, family friendly SUV. This SUV has 48929 kms. It's silver in colour. It has a 8 speed auto transmission and is powered by a 295HP 3.6L V6 Cylinder Engine. This vehicle also has the following features: Bluetooth, Siriusxm, Aluminum Wheels, Fog Lamps, Steering Wheel Audio Control, Air Conditioning. It has some remaining factory warranty for added peace of mind.

Our Durango's trim level is SXT. This Durango SXT is an outstanding value. It come standard with desirable features like a Uconnect infotainment system with Bluetooth and SiriusXM, power windows, power locks, tri-zone automatic climate control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio and cruise control, aluminum wheels, fog lamps, and more.
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The Dodge Durango is a full-size SUV with stable handling and impressive good looks. Inside is a quiet, roomy, and comfortable cabin.

Available with rear-wheel or all-wheel drive the Durango includes either a 290-hp or 295-hp 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 as standard and has an available 360-hp Hemi 5.7-liter V8 engine. The Hemi includes the Multiple Displacement System (MDS) for better fuel economy. The R/T trim comes standard with the Hemi engine. An 8-speed automatic transmission is matched with both the 3.6-liter and 5.7-liter engines. The Durango is offered in four models: SXT, Limited, Citadel, and R/T. The Durango seats seven passengers with its folding third-row seat. Standard safety features include electronic stability control, six airbags, and active head restraints. Available features include HID headlamps, a premium radio with Garmin navigation and DVD, a rear seat entertainment system, leather upholstery, and a trailer tow package.

The Durango is a carryover for 2016.

Introduction

Substantial and refined, the Dodge Durango is no carlike crossover.Nor is it a full-fledged SUV, clamoring for opportunities to scamper off-road.It's simply a three-row utility vehicle with excellent road manners and capability for rugged use.Durango is rear-wheel drive, so it can pull a trailer and go off road.

For growing families, a Durango makes sense.All the more so, if you haul a boat or trailer at times.Towing capacity can reach 7,400 pounds with the available Hemi V8 engine.

This third-generation Durango was introduced as a 2011 model and revised for 2014 and is closely related to the Jeep Grand Cherokee.For 2016 there are few changes.All 2016 Durango models get new wheel finishes, and V6 engines gain stop-start technology.Four new body colors are available, and new appearance packages mix gloss black and body-color detailing, including a new Brass Monkey Appearance Package.Monochromatic exterior appearance is standard on the 2016 Durango Citadel.

Rear-wheel drive is standard, but all-wheel drive is available: V8 models get a low-range transfer case, while V6 models use a simpler single-speed unit.

Two strong engines are available.The 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 makes 290 or 295 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque.Dodge's 5.7-liter Hemi V8 generates 360 horsepower and 390 pound-feet.Both engines mate with an excellent 8-speed automatic transmission.A stylish rotary selector controls the transmission, and all Durangos have paddle shifters.

The Hemi V8 uses cylinder deactivation to save fuel, while V6 models now include engine stop-start technology.All models have a selectable Eco Mode.Despite all that technology, don't expect frugal motoring, especially from the V8, though Durango's gas-mileage estimates aren't much lower than other large crossovers.

Durangos have a solid list of safety features.Without the available rearview camera and parking sensors, outward visibility is poor.The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety rated Durango Good, its top rating, in all of its four tests.The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave it four stars out of five overall: four in frontal crash and five in side collision.

Lineup

The 2016 Dodge Durango comes in four trim levels.(All prices are MSRP and do not include destination charge.) Durango SXT comes with the V6 engine, air conditioning, CD player, Bluetooth, 5-inch touchscreen, seven-passenger seating, 18-inch wheels.Second-row captain's chairs are optional.

Durango Limited gets leather seating, 8.4-inch Uconnect audio, heated steering wheel, heated first- and second-row seats, power front seats, rearview camera, and rear parking sensors.The Hemi V8 is an option.

Durango R/T features suede/synthetic leather upholstery, 20-inch wheels, special suspension tuning, HID headlights, and the Hemi V8.

Durango Citadel upgrades to Nappa leather seating, ventilated front seats, 20-inch wheels, a heated and power-telescoping steering wheel, Uconnect navigation, sunroof, and 10-speaker Dr.Dre audio.A new Blacktop Package includes a grille and 20-inch wheels in gloss black, plus monochrome ground effects.

Safety features include seven airbags and active front headrests.Blind-spot monitoring and rear cross path detection are available.So are adaptive cruise control with stop, and forward-collision warning with crash mitigation.

Walkaround

Over the years, the Durango has undergone a major transformation.The original Durango was essentially a rugged truck with a wagon body.In its latest iteration, it ranks as one of the slicker-looking unibodied crossovers, with a shape that maximizes space and utility.

Led by a large crosshair grille, presenting a classic SUV stance, Durango has just the right amount of boxiness to avoid looking slab-sided.Monochrome paint and dual-exhaust detailing help inject a little sportiness.LED racetrack lighting, with 192 separate lamps across the tail, is big and bold.All but the SXT get LED running lamps.

Interior

Little evidence of Durango's truck-based heritage remains inside, and the cabin scores among the best in this class.On the soft, flowing dashboard, thin metallic rings surround major controls.A large touchscreen provides infotainment access.

Seating for seven is standard (six, with available second-row captain's chairs).The 50/50-split third-row seat is more usable than in some rivals, though getting back there may be a challenge.It folds almost flat into the floor.The standard second-row layout holds three adults comfortably and also folds forward, to greatly expand cargo space.

The driving position is very good, for a wide range of driver sizes.Seats are bolstered well enough, but leather can feel somewhat flat.

The interior looks rich in most Durango models, with nice shapes and textures, and everything feels substantial.

Underway, the cabin is quiet and refined, feeling tightly sealed.

Driving Impression

More traditional in body proportions than most utility vehicles, Durango offers some of the sturdy towing ability of a truck, but behaves like a crossover.Even the V6 versions are impressive performers.With 290 horsepower (295 with Rallye Package), a V6 Durango is quick and strong enough to handle most any chore, estimated at 20 mpg in Combined driving.

Still, the Hemi V8 is worth considering if you need to haul heavy boats or trailers.

An all-wheel-drive Durango gets a true low range for its AWD system.

The 5.7-liter Hemi V8 shines not only in interstate cruising, but for energetic takeoffs.Even with the wide gear-ratio span of its 8-speed automatic, however, the V8 gets thirsty.The V8 model is EPA-rated at 14/23 mpg City/Highway, or 17 mpg Combined.All-wheel drive drops the estimate to 14/22 mpg City/Highway, or 16 mpg Combined.

In some versions, the automatic transmission includes shift paddles, but programming could use some attention.Unlike other setups, Durango sticks in manual mode until you hold the upshifting paddle for three seconds.

With its fully independent suspension, Durango delivers a firm, but supple, ride.Steering is on the hefty side, but precise in feel and impressively confident, providing true feedback.If you're towing two tons or more, however, you'll know it.

Excelling in maneuverability and low-speed handling, a Durango is stable and reassuring, whether on city streets or highways.Aside from some side-to-side head tossing in pothole-riddled territory, the ride is well-damped, if somewhat firm.For 2016, a new Sport mode affects steering weighting.

Summary

Durango fares well against larger crossovers like the Ford Explorer, and full-size SUVs from Chevrolet or Ford.Big and sturdy, this family-sized seven-seater is modern underneath.This third-generation Durango is long in the tooth, so look for deals.

Driving impressions by Bengt Halvorson, The Car Connection.James M.Flammang contributed to this report.

Introduction

Substantial and refined, the Dodge Durango is no carlike crossover.Nor is it a full-fledged SUV, clamoring for opportunities to scamper off-road.It's simply a three-row utility vehicle with excellent road manners and capability for rugged use.Durango is rear-wheel drive, so it can pull a trailer and go off road.

For growing families, a Durango makes sense.All the more so, if you haul a boat or trailer at times.Towing capacity can reach 7,400 pounds with the available Hemi V8 engine.

This third-generation Durango was introduced as a 2011 model and revised for 2014 and is closely related to the Jeep Grand Cherokee.For 2016 there are few changes.All 2016 Durango models get new wheel finishes, and V6 engines gain stop-start technology.Four new body colors are available, and new appearance packages mix gloss black and body-color detailing, including a new Brass Monkey Appearance Package.Monochromatic exterior appearance is standard on the 2016 Durango Citadel.

Rear-wheel drive is standard, but all-wheel drive is available: V8 models get a low-range transfer case, while V6 models use a simpler single-speed unit.

Two strong engines are available.The 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 makes 290 or 295 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque.Dodge's 5.7-liter Hemi V8 generates 360 horsepower and 390 pound-feet.Both engines mate with an excellent 8-speed automatic transmission.A stylish rotary selector controls the transmission, and all Durangos have paddle shifters.

The Hemi V8 uses cylinder deactivation to save fuel, while V6 models now include engine stop-start technology.All models have a selectable Eco Mode.Despite all that technology, don't expect frugal motoring, especially from the V8, though Durango's gas-mileage estimates aren't much lower than other large crossovers.

Durangos have a solid list of safety features.Without the available rearview camera and parking sensors, outward visibility is poor.The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety rated Durango Good, its top rating, in all of its four tests.The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave it four stars out of five overall: four in frontal crash and five in side collision.

Lineup

The 2016 Dodge Durango comes in four trim levels.(All prices are MSRP and do not include destination charge.) Durango SXT comes with the V6 engine, air conditioning, CD player, Bluetooth, 5-inch touchscreen, seven-passenger seating, 18-inch wheels.Second-row captain's chairs are optional.

Durango Limited gets leather seating, 8.4-inch Uconnect audio, heated steering wheel, heated first- and second-row seats, power front seats, rearview camera, and rear parking sensors.The Hemi V8 is an option.

Durango R/T features suede/synthetic leather upholstery, 20-inch wheels, special suspension tuning, HID headlights, and the Hemi V8.

Durango Citadel upgrades to Nappa leather seating, ventilated front seats, 20-inch wheels, a heated and power-telescoping steering wheel, Uconnect navigation, sunroof, and 10-speaker Dr.Dre audio.A new Blacktop Package includes a grille and 20-inch wheels in gloss black, plus monochrome ground effects.

Safety features include seven airbags and active front headrests.Blind-spot monitoring and rear cross path detection are available.So are adaptive cruise control with stop, and forward-collision warning with crash mitigation.

Walkaround

Over the years, the Durango has undergone a major transformation.The original Durango was essentially a rugged truck with a wagon body.In its latest iteration, it ranks as one of the slicker-looking unibodied crossovers, with a shape that maximizes space and utility.

Led by a large crosshair grille, presenting a classic SUV stance, Durango has just the right amount of boxiness to avoid looking slab-sided.Monochrome paint and dual-exhaust detailing help inject a little sportiness.LED racetrack lighting, with 192 separate lamps across the tail, is big and bold.All but the SXT get LED running lamps.

Interior

Little evidence of Durango's truck-based heritage remains inside, and the cabin scores among the best in this class.On the soft, flowing dashboard, thin metallic rings surround major controls.A large touchscreen provides infotainment access.

Seating for seven is standard (six, with available second-row captain's chairs).The 50/50-split third-row seat is more usable than in some rivals, though getting back there may be a challenge.It folds almost flat into the floor.The standard second-row layout holds three adults comfortably and also folds forward, to greatly expand cargo space.

The driving position is very good, for a wide range of driver sizes.Seats are bolstered well enough, but leather can feel somewhat flat.

The interior looks rich in most Durango models, with nice shapes and textures, and everything feels substantial.

Underway, the cabin is quiet and refined, feeling tightly sealed.

Driving Impression

More traditional in body proportions than most utility vehicles, Durango offers some of the sturdy towing ability of a truck, but behaves like a crossover.Even the V6 versions are impressive performers.With 290 horsepower (295 with Rallye Package), a V6 Durango is quick and strong enough to handle most any chore, estimated at 20 mpg in Combined driving.

Still, the Hemi V8 is worth considering if you need to haul heavy boats or trailers.

An all-wheel-drive Durango gets a true low range for its AWD system.

The 5.7-liter Hemi V8 shines not only in interstate cruising, but for energetic takeoffs.Even with the wide gear-ratio span of its 8-speed automatic, however, the V8 gets thirsty.The V8 model is EPA-rated at 14/23 mpg City/Highway, or 17 mpg Combined.All-wheel drive drops the estimate to 14/22 mpg City/Highway, or 16 mpg Combined.

In some versions, the automatic transmission includes shift paddles, but programming could use some attention.Unlike other setups, Durango sticks in manual mode until you hold the upshifting paddle for three seconds.

With its fully independent suspension, Durango delivers a firm, but supple, ride.Steering is on the hefty side, but precise in feel and impressively confident, providing true feedback.If you're towing two tons or more, however, you'll know it.

Excelling in maneuverability and low-speed handling, a Durango is stable and reassuring, whether on city streets or highways.Aside from some side-to-side head tossing in pothole-riddled territory, the ride is well-damped, if somewhat firm.For 2016, a new Sport mode affects steering weighting.

Summary

Durango fares well against larger crossovers like the Ford Explorer, and full-size SUVs from Chevrolet or Ford.Big and sturdy, this family-sized seven-seater is modern underneath.This third-generation Durango is long in the tooth, so look for deals.

Driving impressions by Bengt Halvorson, The Car Connection.James M.Flammang contributed to this report.
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