Posted by Justin on 07 23rd, 2010
Along with the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee final tests, the spy photographers have found the evidences that the Dodge Durango 2011 is also preparing to be launched into the serial production.
The prototype has not changed much since the last meeting, but the fact that the Dodge Durango has been seen not far from the headquarters of Chrysler could mean only one thing, the car returned to the native land and is ready to start parting with its camouflage, to be finally represented to the general public.
There are reports that the production of Dodge Durango is scheduled for the next calendar year. The vehicle will be equipped with the new 2011 Dodge Durango Accessories and Chrysler engines, including a 3.6-liter V-6, and possibly 5.7-liter Hemi V-8 (which is already available on Jeep cars).
The front side of the Dodge Durango looks like Ram pickup, and that’s all you can see on the prototype for now. If things go the same pace, the official Dodge Durango 2011 can be presented on next year’s motor show in Los Angeles or Detroit.
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