It was a safe bet to make at the time that the Durango would have the Uconnect system. Good thing too because it does indeed include the tech. That, as well as a 9-inch dual Blu-ray and DVD player, gives any passengers a good distraction during lengthy rides.
Of course, it takes more than just an obvious inclusion of popular technology and a DVD player to really awe drivers with a new model. What else is new in the 2014 Dodge Durango? One is also the one that Dodge is gleaming about when discussing the new SUV. That would be a rotary shifter for the all-new standard eight-speed transmission. This helps with fuel economy, boosting it by 9 percent. The shifter handle will be replaced with a rotary knob and paddle controls, giving drivers the ability to shift manually.
The only image of the Durango prior to the show was a look at the tail light. Now the full exterior has been revealed. The signature Dodge crosshair grille is still there, despite the new look. There are also hosts of other changes which Reid Bigland, the CEO of Dodge brand, breaks down in this video:
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