Two Popular Dodge Durango Colors Return For 2022

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But only for a very limited time.

Dodge is one of the coolest, if not the coolest, brand in America, and it's not just because the Detroit automaker crams massive supercharged engines into everything it can. Sure, a Hellcat-powered coupe, sedan, and SUV make for an entertaining time, but it's the little things that matter just as much. Nobody has more exciting colors and names for those colors than Dodge; there's always a new finish available for the brand's machines, and with names like Rotten Avocado, you don't have to even see the color to get your imagination tingling. Even the Dodge Durango gets access to cool colors, and for 2022, there are two returning favorites, but the additions have their drawbacks.

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The news comes from Mopar Insiders, which cites "dealer connections" who claim that Dodge has gone back on its earlier statement that the Durango would be getting far fewer colors for 2022 than the 11 options offered for the 2021 model year. Originally, Dodge was only going to offer four colors - DB Black, White Knuckle, Octane Red, and Destroyer Grey - but according to these dealer sources, the first two (which are offered at no charge) and the last two (which will cost $395 extra) will now be rejoined by two of the formerly discontinued colors, namely F8 Green and Redline. One must act quickly, however.

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According to the report, these two reintroduced colors will only be offered on the 2022 Durango for a limited time. 2022 models ordered from October to December are eligible for these two popular shades, but thereafter, they will once again be discontinued, just as Billet Silver, Reactor Blue, Granite Crystal, Vice White, and In-Violet were. These two shades will also cost $395, although a supplied image shows F8 Green as carrying a $95 surcharge, which is likely a typo. As for why Dodge has made the decisions to discontinue so many shades and why it is temporarily reinstating the F8 Green and Redline options, we have no word, but act fast if you're interested or you may miss out.

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