How much horsepower is in a 2011 Dodge Durango?

How much horsepower is in a 2011 Dodge Durango?

290 to 360 hp2011 Dodge Durango / Horsepower

How many miles does a 2011 Dodge Durango last?

250,000 miles
The Dodge Durango has a healthy life expectancy of 250,000 miles. When taking into account the average miles driven per year of 15,000 – the Durango is built to last for up to 16 years. This is dependant on regular vehicle maintenance and good driving habits.

Does the 2011 Dodge Durango have a Hemi?

The Hemi is standard on the R/T, optional on the Citadel and Crew—$1495 for rear-drivers, $1895 with all-wheel drive. (The Heat and the Express only get the V-6.)

What motor is in a 2011 Dodge Durango?

3.6 L V6
5.7 L V8
2011 Dodge Durango/Engine

How much can a 2011 Dodge Durango Crew tow?

5,000 lbs2011 Dodge Durango Crew / Towing capacity

What kind of motor does a Dodge Durango RT have?

5.7-Liter V8 HEMI Engine
The R/T comes with a 5.7-Liter V8 HEMI Engine. This pumps up the horsepower to 360 with 391 lb-ft of torque and a towing capacity of 7,400 lbs. The performance-oriented Dodge Durango R/T clocks in at 14 city/22 hwy mpg.

Is Durango RT reliable?

The Dodge Durango Reliability Rating is 3.5 out of 5.0, which ranks it 3rd out of 14 for fullsize SUVs. The average annual repair cost is $675 which means it has average ownership costs. The severity of repairs is average and the frequency of those issues is low, so major repairs are uncommon for the Durango.

What transmission does a 2011 Dodge Durango have?

5-speed automatic transmission
The 2011 Dodge Durango is offered in six trim levels, all with a 5-speed automatic transmission. Rear-wheel drive (2WD) is standard.

What are the differences between the Dodge Durango and Durango R/T?

Additionally, the Durango’s shock and spring rates are stiffer, and it has larger anti-roll bars. The R/T further stiffens the shocks and springs and lowers the ride height by 0.8 inch.

How fast does the Hemi Durango hit 60 mph?

We had hoped the Hemi Durango would be fleeter, but both versions of the R/T took 7.4 seconds to hit 60 mph, only besting the rear-drive sixer by one second. There are two factors conspiring against the Durango: its tremendous weight (the AWD truck offered 5512 pounds of proof that unibody does not mean light) and odd gear spacing.

When did Dodge stop making the Durango?

After moving 137,148 of the trucks in 2004, Dodge watched Durango sales nose-dive to barely half that two years later and a mere 21,420 in 2008, after which point the Durango disappeared. Now it’s back.

How much does an AWD Dodge Durango cost?

The AWD Durango’s total was $43,400, eye watering but not totally unreasonable for a workhorse family vehicle with a stonking V-8. The RWD example we tested came in at a more reasonable $37,390, including only the $850 sunroof option.