Thought I would wait until I had some miles on the Durango before writing a review. What do I like: about everything after 8250 miles. My top choices for my R/T are: handling, tech features (bluetooth, NAv, etc), interior fit and finish, value compared to competition and most importantly versatility. I have hauled 12 foot boards in the interior with the front passenger seat folded down, hauled a two ton trailer with ease, drove with confidence in one of our Wisconsin winter storms, seven passenger seating and a fantastic ride loaded or unloaded. My 17 year old daughter wants to use the Durango, although I am not as supportive as she would like, over my wife's luxury sedan since "it rides better" I am light footed and am pleased with the mileage for such a large engine, averaging 16 to 17 mpg in suburben/city and 22 to 23 on highway. When pushed the city mileage readily falls to 13 to 14mpg. Things I don't like: new address cannot be entered in NAV system unless in park (I know it's a safety feature but it really irritates me) and lack of a roof rack for my canoe. FYI: The tranmission appears to adapt to your driving style. I was going to take the vehicle in for harsh shifting (especically between 2nd and 3rd) but it became as smooth as silk before I had the time.Read more reviews at Cars.com
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