2021 Dodge Durango vs 2020 Dodge Durango
2021 Dodge Durango 2020 Dodge Durango


3.6L V6 3.6L V6


295 293

  MPG (City/Highway)

19/26 * 19/26 *

  10.1-in. touchscreen

Optional Not available

  710-horsepower 6.2-liter HEMI® Hellcat V-8 engine

Optional Not available

2021 Dodge Durango vs 2020 Dodge Durango

Serving Geneva, NY

Dodge is a name brand known for vehicles that offer incredible performance. The list of muscle cars now includes the Dodge Durango and a new, ultra-powerful Hellcat engine in 2021. The Dodge Durango now joins some of Dodge's fastest cars on the road with its latest gasoline engine. The new Hellcat engine helps the Durango easily surpass the competition with a monstrous power output of more than 700 HP. The Hellcat engine also cranks out an impressive amount of torque. The Dodge Durango gets some new exterior features to enhance its new attitude in 2021, including larger front brakes that give it a racetrack-ready look and help the car stop more quickly. The latest Durango gets some noteworthy interior changes, too, including the largest and most advanced infotainment system in its class that offers standard wireless technology for the first time.


In 2020, the Dodge Durango provides power-hungry drivers with up to 475 HP, which is certainly a respectable number by any standards. In 2021, however, the Durango offers even more sheer power with a Hellcat engine. The latest engine puts the Durango in a league of its own with a sheer power capacity of 710 HP. The Hellcat engine is a 6.2L V8 engine inspired by some of Dodge's top muscle cars. This engine is matched with a unique exhaust system to enhance its powerful sound, too. Additional towing capabilities are added in 2021, and the base engine still gives the Dodge class-leading towing capabilities.


For 2021, the Dodge Durango has some external adjustments all around to match its new powerful engine. The 2021 Durango gets some design changes to its front end that enhance its muscular, boxy shape. The 2021 Durango features a slightly modified front grille that adds more contour and improves stability. In the back, the Durango's spoiler also gets some changes to its appearance that add to the Durango's strength and give it a look that matches its racetrack-ready credentials. The Durango is still offered with LED lighting, chrome accents, and optional trim-specific features.


Despite its more assertive look, the Durango's interior gets many new features in 2021. The Durango's cabin is now designed for a first-class experience with a more extensive 10-inch interface as the main focal point. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay make their debut as wireless capabilities in 2021. The Durango still seats a maximum of seven individuals and comes with many seat colors and styles for a personalized finish.

Contact us today for more details on the 2021 Dodge Durango and take one for a test drive.

* EPA-estimated. Actual mileage may vary.