"Vehicle is fully loaded. There is nothing missing on this vehicle. Regular oil changes every 3000 miles. Most of the miles on this vehicle are highway miles. I would not feel any guilt recommending this vehicle."
"Have my Durango Limited Hemi 44 months now, it has 48000 miles. Trying to decide whether I should keep it or not. It's performed incredibly, the most comfortable/capable suv I've ever owned. .....I think I'll have to keep it."
"My wife and I bought a 2006 SLT Durango. we got a great deal on pricing and the Durango only had 17,000 miles on it. The Durango drives great. Our durango has the 4.7 V8. It has a lot of power, and then some. I have found that I need to keep an eye on the speedometer. The seating is wounderful. we have found it really easy to axcess the third seat, our children can do it all on their own. We have six children ranging from 14 to six months. With all eight of us in the Durango, there is still room to spare. I intend on buying another one when the time arrives. I, along with many others, notice that the gas mileage is low, however, no one is forced to buy one. If you dont like it, dont buy it."
"This is my second durango, 1st one was a 2000 4wd, not one single problem, put on 132,000 miles then traded it in on a 05 HEMI Limited 4wd. Not a single problem at 37,000 miles. I have had many BMW's and other cars and this is the best car I have owned by far."
"My first American car, I leased it originally with a great deal on the outgoing 2004 model (newer style at the time). I just refinanced the rest of the value as it was going to cost $100 a month more to get the same kind of car today.
I got the towing package, meaning upgraded electronics and mirrors. The only blind spot I have is with the front windscreen pillars. Roof rack and running boards are a must.
The cargo space is huge - I've used it to carry a Grandfather Clock and even a 3-seater couch (!). Ride is smooth, sometimes the suspension can be a little too soft though (bounces nicely from side to side). Power is mostly in the mid to high range. Down-shifting is a little slow, but the trick is to switch to "Tow/Haul" mode and you'll drop a gear instantly for highway overtaking. Controls are easy and intuitive.
Minor hassles have included the CD player clicking and something funky with the steering that hasn't caused a problem but feels odd. A spark plug went out but that was after they were due for replacement. Overall few complaints. Great in the snow and ice, fantastic view of the road. I've run a laptop from the phone charger socket (with a power inverter). Even the 3rd row is roomy enough.
I can't stand driving anything else after driving this thing. Gas mileage for me has been 12 at the worst (snow driving in town) up to 19 (road trip with all highway driving). I drive 10 miles a day on average so it's not a huge problem.
If I could have got the same kind of deal on the 2007 model I'd have bought that."
"We purchased a new 05. We have owned it just under two years, 21000 miles. We tried to trade it in on a Volvo and we have $10,000 of negative equity. In two years, it has lost half of its value. Looks like we are stuck with it until the end, unless we win the Lotto :-)"
"We have had 3 durangos. a 2001, a 2004 and we just bought a 2007 2 weeks ago. Its a great vehicle. Good family car, great for pulling the boat, and great in the snow and ice at our mountain house. The 2004 has 75000 miles on it and works great-- we have had no problems with it. I expect the 2007 will be just as good!!!"