2014 Dodge Durango price and mpg figures

Choosing the right SUV for you is always a tough job because you either go by looks, drivability or the price, and so you could either go for the Jeep Grand Cherokee, a Dodge Durango or another rival vehicle. However, all we are interested in today is the Durango and we now have some news that could help you decide if it is the SUV for you — although you may have already made up your mind.

First up we have news on the 2014 Dodge Durango price, which starts at $29,795, although you will need to add $995 on top of that price for the destination fee. This price is for the base model, which is the SXT.

Next up is the 2014 Dodge Durango Limited, which is a new model for this year and starts at $35,995 and the R/T model will cost from $38,995. The final model is the Dodge Durango Citadel, the 2014 model will cost from $40,995 and is an increase of $1,000 of last years model.

The 2014 Dodge Durango mpg figures are 25 mpg highway for the V6 model and 23 mpg highway for the V8 engine, Dodge did not share any city figures, but as you would expect those figures will not be too impressive.

However, you can read the full details of the 2014 Dodge Durango pricing for each model along with what features they offer on the Chrysler website.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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