Part 3: What Drives a Redesign?

Redesign3

When rethinking any car or SUV, automakers are looking both at how they can improve sales, but also how they can improve the driving experience. We look at the most important touchpoints and concepts behind the newest Durango.


Part 1: The Business of Redesigns | Part 2: The Life Cycle of a Redesign
2014 Dodge Durango First Drive


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Part 1: The Business of Redesigns | Part 2: The Life Cycle of a Redesign
2014 Dodge Durango First Drive


By Patrick Olsen | September 25, 2013 | Comments (1)

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JJJR

No matter how great the styling, Chrysler has a poor quality image to overcome if they hope to get back in the game. The new Dart was a disappointment having cheap written all over it. They have to give away the 200 to move them off dealer lots. Personally I'm still a long way off from reconsidering having a Chrysler product in my garage.

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