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Dodge Durango SLT 2004

The second-age Durango was first appeared as an idea named Dodge Durango R/T idea at the 2003-2004 Detroit Auto Show. It appeared right away before the buddy Dakota. Like the Dakota, it shares a lot of practically speaking with the huge Dodge Ram pickup, including a completely boxed edge. It is 7 in (180 mm) longer, 2 in (51 mm) more extensive, and 3 in (76 mm) taller than the past model. It additionally offered a third-push seat with three seats, giving it an eight-seat limit. The plan took its styling principally from the Dodge Powerbox idea, which was itself dependent on the 1999 Dodge Power Wagon idea, and the 2003-2004 Durango R/T idea. 

Appearing for 2004 was another curl spring back suspension for the strong back hub. A Watt's linkage framework is fitted to the back pivot, focusing the hub and lessening backside skate over harsh surfaces, and permitting a lower and more extensive payload floor. 
Trim Levels 
SXT: 2003-2009: Most essential trim level, fundamental highlights. 
SLT: 2003-2009: Value-situated trim level, esteem included highlights, discretionary extravagance highlights. 

Globe-trotter: 2005-2007: Value-arranged and "rough terrain look" trim level, esteem included highlights, discretionary extravagance highlights. 
Restricted: 2003-2009: Most lavish trim level, extravagance highlights. 
Every single trim level offered the 4.7L Power-Tech V8 motor as standard gear, however the 5.7 L HEMI V8 motor was accessible on every single trim level, aside from the base SXT trim level. The base SXT trim level likewise offered the 3.7 L Power-Tech V6 motor as standard gear instead of the 5.7 L HEMI V8 motor choice, however the V6 motor alternative was just accessible on the base SXT trim level, and just somewhere in the range of 2004 and 2007. 
The 2004 Dodge Durango was the main SUV in DaimlerChrysler's lineup to present the 5.7 L HEMI V8 motor, just as another radio plan and modernized inside highlights. 
The 2006 model year included a facelift that appeared at the Dallas Auto Show in April 2006. It included an updated grille, hood, headlamps, bumpers, and wheels. New highlights included electronic security control, a tire pressure-checking framework, back park help, and a one-contact blinker. 
In 2006, Chrysler presented an extravagance SUV dependent on the Durango, called the Chrysler Aspen, for the 2007 model year. 
In October 2009, as interest for full-sized SUVs tumbled off, Chrysler reported that the shutdown of the Newark Assembly office, which created the Durango and Chrysler Aspen, would be climbed as far as possible of 2009, along these lines finishing creation of the Aspen and Durango for the 2009 model year. Creation stopped on December 19, 2009. 

2003-2009 - 3.7 L (226 cu in) Magnum V6, 210 hp (160 kW) at 5200 rpm and 235 lb·ft (319 N·m) at 4000 rpm. 
2003-2007 - 4.7 L (287 cu in) Magnum V8, 235 hp (175 kW) at 4500 rpm and 300 lb·ft (407 N·m) at 3600 rpm 
2003-2009 - 5.7 L (345 cu in) Hemi V8, 335 hp (250 kW) at 5200 rpm and 370 lb·ft (502 N·m) at 4200 rpm (MDS prepared for 2006+ 5.7 L motors for improved fuel mileage) 
2008-2009 - 4.7 L (287 cu in) Corsair V8, 303 hp (226 kW) at 5,650 rpm and 330 lb·ft (447 N·m) at 3,950 rpm