$28,995 Ever a stalwart, the Dodge Durango has been hanging around since its introduction back in 1998 as a 1999 model. The Durango was originally created to fill the hole left by the Ramcharger, which was discontinued back in 1993. The rest is history. When Chrysler first unleashed the Durango into the U.S. market, 189,840 units were sold followed by 173,567 units in 2000. From 1999 to 2005, the Dodge Durango sold over 100,000 units a year. The third-generation Durango was launched in early 2011 after assembly had about a month to build stock in December of 2010. Even while the Durango is built alongside the Jeep Grand Cherokee at Chrysler's Jefferson North facility, it has a longer wheelbase, making it possible to fit three rows of seats in. The IIHS named the 2013 Dodge Durango as one of its Top Safety Picks for 2012.
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