235 HP
295 LB-FT
Curb Weight
4598 LB
Four Wheel Drive
Engine Size
4.7 L
Transmission Type
MPG (City/Highway)
14 MPG

I purchased this Durango in February of 2014, after totaling my previous car. I paid $2200, plus all associated fees and taxes with it, and got out the door at just over $2400. It was a rebuilt titled Durango, that showed some rust, but overall ran pretty well. I bought it with 129k on it, not bad for a 14 year old vehicle. Problems were had, mainly with a couple bad coolant hoses here and there, a bad power steering rack and pinion, and a miss in the engine. I put four new tires on it in December. It now needs new brakes, and the whole front and rear suspension is failing, as well as the exhaust system. It still starts and drives fine, and I've put 22k miles on it since I bought it. It's not as loaded as the 2002 I bought to replace it, but it certainly has good features. It did have remote start, but that stopped working. It still has a power driver's seat, third row seating, and 4WD. It's definitely durable and very well built, but I just don't have the time and/or money to fix it up anymore.

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