2022 Dodge Durango SRT Interior and Cargo

Dodge Durango SRT Interior & Cargo Rating

2022 Durango SRT Interior

The interior of the Durango SRT 392 is certainly not on the level of something like an Audi Q7, but it tries its best. Thanks to a redesigned dash, the Durango feels more spacious than before, and the standard 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment display certainly helps add to that feeling. However, certain elements still feel outdated, like the shifter for the auto 'box. Still, at least you get suede and leather upholstery with contrast stitching, and standard features include heated and ventilated power front seats. There's also three-zone automatic climate control, a digital driver display, and captain's chairs for those in the second row.

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Seating and Interior Space

The Durango SRT 392 seats six individuals in the cabin, which is something that we must applaud Dodge for. Seven or eight seats could have been squeezed in, but then everyone but those in the first row would feel claustrophobically cramped. With this layout, all passengers get respectable headroom and legroom, and getting to the third row isn't too difficult. Fortunately, it doesn't matter where you sit as all adults can be comfortable even on long drives, but obviously, those in the second row will be more relaxed than those in the third. For those up front, eight-way power-adjustable seats are standard with the driver getting memory functions too. Front seats are heated and ventilated while those in the second row are simply heated.

2022 Dodge Durango SRT Interior Dimensions:

Dodge Durango SRT TrimsSRT 392
Headroom Front Seat39.9 in.
Headroom Back Seat39.8 in.
Legroom Front Seat40.3 in.
Legroom Back Seat38.6 in.
Shoulder Room Front58.5 in.
Shoulder Room Rear57.7 in.
Hip Room, Front57 in.
Hip Room, Rear55.5 in.

Interior Colors and Materials

As a performance vehicle, it's unlikely that tan or cream-colored seats would be offered, but something more than just black would be nice. Fortunately, while the standard Nappa leather and suede are acceptable, you can get a more lavish upholstery finish by spending extra on Laguna leather for $1,595, with this leather dyed Demonic Red. Sadly, the rest of the cabin isn't as nice as the panels covered in leather, with most surfaces finished in imitation aluminum and cheap, hard plastics. However, carbon fiber trim accents, red seatbelts, and a suede headliner are also available. Black velour floor mats with the SRT logo are standard.

2022 Durango SRT Trunk and Cargo Space

As a vehicle with three rows of seating, it's no surprise that cargo space behind the last row is rather poor with just 17.2 cubic feet of volume. Still, the third row is unlikely to always be occupied, so you can fold those two seats down if you need to store more than a few shopping bags, thus opening up 43.3 cubes of volume. If that's still not enough, you can always fold down the second-row captain's chairs too, creating an area of 85.1 cubic feet.

In the cabin, things are similarly impressive. Each door pocket has a recess for a drinks bottle while the glove box is reasonably sized and is joined by a large center armrest bin in front. The second-row armrest also gets an adequate bin if you specify it, and each row gets a pair of cupholders too. An overhead storage compartment with space for a pair of sunglasses is fitted.

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2022 Durango SRT Infotainment and Features


As standard, the Durango SRT 392 is generously equipped with LED headlights, a power liftgate for easy cargo loading, heated wing mirrors, three-zone automatic climate control, rain-sensing windshield wipers, and cruise control. You also get power front seats with both heating and ventilation, second-row seats with just heating, and three 12-volt DC power outlets. Both the front and rear bumpers boast parking sensors to complement the rearview camera, blind-spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert, with options including adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go, lane departure warning, and a power sunroof.


The infotainment system in the Dodge Durango SRT 392 was updated for 2021 and now boasts the Uconnect 5 software, along with a larger 10.1-inch touchscreen display. This system features Bluetooth connectivity, navigation, wireless Apple CarPlay, wireless Android Auto, a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, and HD Radio with SiriusXM satellite radio. Wireless smartphone charging is also standard along with an aux jack and USB ports, allowing you to play your favorite tunes through the nine-speaker Alpine sound system - no matter where those songs are stored. If you want the ultimate entertainment experience possible in a stock Durango, you can spec a 19-speaker sound system from Harman Kardon and a rear-seat entertainment setup with dual rear screens and Blu-Ray playback.

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