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Dodge’s “SRT-inspired,” V6-powered Durango Rallye

by David Zatz on

Did you want the Dodge Durango with a V6, that looked just like the hot 475-horsepower Durango SRT — or are you a fan of the “reverse sleeper” look?

If so, your ship has come in. Buyers of the 2018 Durango GT can opt for a new Rallye Appearance Package; its hood has a cold air duct and two heat extractors, an SRT-like front fascia, and LED fog lamps.

2018 durango gt rallye

The Durango GT can be purchased with either rear wheel drive or  all wheel drive; it comes with leather-trimmed seats (including suede inserts), heated first- and second-row seats, a power liftgate, and 20-inch black aluminum wheels.  The GT Rallye can be opted out as a Blacktop, and with Brass Monkey wheels.

The base engine isn’t exactly a slouch, despite the Durango’s heft: a 3.6 liter Pentastar V6, generating 295 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque, matched up to an eight-speed automatic and dual exhaust. Its towing is best in class, at 6,200 pounds (V8 buyers can get a higher tow rating).

The Rallye package costs $1,495, is ready for ordering now, and is available in Vice White, White Knuckle, Octane Red, Redline Red, DB Black, Granite, and In-Violet.

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