The 2003 Dodge Durango: a uniquely styled SUV that doesn't
need to follow the pack and act as the others do. The Durango
is sized between midsize and full-size SUVs, offering the
best of both worlds. It has the roominess and power of a
full-size with the maneuverability of smaller sport utility
The 2003 model is the most advanced Dodge Durango yet.
New brakes, larger standard tires and a revised interior
setting highlight some of the many changes on this highly
The 2003 Dodge Durango is offered in four trim levels: Sport,
SLT, SLT Plus and R/T.
The 2003 Durango Durango is a very convenient vehicle, offering
a number of different seating configurations to meet the
needs of hectic families. In its standard two-row seating
configuration, Durango provides comfortable seating for
five people and 88 cubic feet of cargo volume. A fold-flat,
hide-away third-row seat (standard on SLT, SLT Plus and
R/T models) allows Durango to carry up to eight passengers.
The third row can be conveniently accessed from either side
of the vehicle, while the roof is raised behind the driver
seat to provide theater-style seating for rear passengers.
Comfort is key with the 2003 Dodge Durango. Optional leather
seats on SLT models (standard on SLT Plus and R/T) provide
a luxurious look and feel. Durango's dual-zone climate control
system has independent temperature controls for each front
passenger, along with optional heated and six-way power
seats for both. A four-speaker stereo system is standard
on all Durango models, while an eight-speaker Infinity sound
system is available as an option.
The Durango's innovative styling is sure to catch the eye
of onlookers. It is as sleek and refined as it is imposing
and muscular. For 2003, two new exterior colors are available:
Timberland Green and Light Almond.
Not surprisingly, 2WD and 4WD configurations are available
with the 2003 Durango, giving it the ability to step up
the performance when needed. Base, Sport and SLT models
are equipped with a 4.7-liter V8 engine that delivers 235
horsepower at 4800 rpm and 295 lb-ft. of torque at 3200
rpm. Standard with R/T models and optional with the rest
of the pack is a 5.9-liter V8 capable of generating 245
horsepower at 4000 rpm and 335 lb-ft. of torque at 3200
5-speed automatic transmission accompanies the less-powerful
V8 engine, while 4-speed automatic is mated to the beefier
Safety and Security
For safety, the Durango comes with dual front airbags and
4-wheel disc brakes with rear antilock brakes. Front and
second-row curtain side airbags are optional, as is a dual
front and rear antilock brake setup.
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