The large 20-inch alloy wheels on the Durango SRT certainly don't look out of place on such a chunky SUV. They suit the long, tall profile of the SRT, which is fronted by a rugged front fascia sporting a wide performance grille accented in black, with a second grille set within the lower bumper. Astride the upper grille is a pair of brick-like HID headlights, while LED fog lights are embedded within the lower bumper. The rear fascia is flat and blocky, sporting a power liftgate and LED taillights. The already aggressive appearance of the powerhouse crossover can be further enhanced by adding racing stripes to really accentuate the Durango's high-performance capabilities.
Nothing about the Durango, inside or out, is small. The SUV stands a proud 71.9 inches tall, with a 119.8-inch wheelbase nestled within the 201.2-inch body. Yet, despite this, the Dodge can fit into most parking spaces with its width of 75.8 inches. It's also a pretty capable off-roader thanks to its 8.1-inch ground clearance. However, its approach and departure angles aren't particularly good at 16.3 and 21.5 degrees, respectively. It's also exceedingly heavy, weighing over two and a half tons at 5,510 pounds curb weight.
|Dodge Durango SRT Trims||SRT|
|Max Width||77.1 in.|
|Wheels Type||Aluminum Wheels|
|Front Wheel Size||20" x 10"|
|Rear Wheel Size||20" x 10"|
A total of ten colors comprise the palette for the Dodge Durango, with nine coming at no extra cost. Among these are DB Black, Granite, Destroyer Grey, Billet, Reactor Blue Pearl, Octane Red Pearl, Redline 2 Pearl, F8 Green, and White Knuckle. For an additional $595, you can opt for the premium Vice White paint. There are also a number of stripe options, including Bright Blue dual stripes, Flame Red dual stripes, or Black/Red center stripes. The dual stripes cost $1,195, while the center stripes cost $1,295.