Three-row crossovers have largely displaced the three-row SUV. Dodge's Durango splits the difference, offering SUV capability — and optional Hemi V-8 — with a ride and interior more akin to the crossover set. It hasn't sold nearly as well as the competition's crossovers, but the 2014 version is more competitive — especially when it comes to price and mileage.
The Durango's 2014 midcycle refresh is the first large update for the three-row SUV since its redesign in 2011. We covered the changes before, including the addition of a new eight-speed automatic transmission, which is standard across all trim levels.
Changes also include styling updates and plenty of added technology. The added features for the new model year come with a price increase of exactly zero dollars. The new Durango starts at the same price as last year's model: $30,790 for the base SXT trim (destination included).