2016 Dodge Durango adds appearance kits

By Bob Nagy on February 12, 2016 4:30 PM

Injecting a bit more style to its spring collection, the 2016 Dodge Durango has two new appearance packages, Brass Monkey and Citadel. Both are aimed at giving buyers a cost-effective way to add a custom look to the division’s full-size SUV and will start appearing at dealers during the second quarter. 

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Available on the Durango Limited, the new Brass Monkey package is highlighted by 20-inch alloy wheels with a distinctive Burnished Bronze finish first introduced on the colorfully-named 2015 Charger and Challenger SRT Brass Monkey models. Other items in the Durango’s version of this $995 upfit include a monochromatic exterior paint scheme set off with a Gloss Black grille and badge.

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Taking a somewhat more refined path, the 2016 Dodge Durango Citadel model can be had with the new Anodized Platinum appearance package that runs $1,095. Here, the monochrome exterior treatment features a Platinum-finish grille, fog lamp bezels, door handles, mirror caps, lower sills and an exterior badge complemented by 20-inch aluminum wheels done in Satin Carbon.

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