Khodrocar - Dodge will let buyers dress up their new 2018 Durango with a suite of new optional extras for the R/T and SRT trim levels. The parts give the SUVs a more aggressive look and sharpen their capabilities to match the styling improvements.
On the outside, customers can add a pair of stripes over the hood, roof, and rear. They are available in five colors: Bright Blue, Flame Red, Gunmetal Low Gloss metallic, Low Gloss Black, and Sterling Silver metallic. The stylish upgrade runs $1,195.
Inside, buyers can add carbon fiber interior trim that covers the instrument panel and door bezels. The package also includes faux-suede material for the headliner and accent paint around the speakers. The upgrade goes for $2,495.
The engine's performance remains the same, but customers can still upgrade the SUV's abilities. A replacement exhaust features better flow than the stock unit and uses 304 stainless steel for improved corrosion resistance. It ends with a pair of four-inch diameter polished, circular tips. The piece sells for $1,850 on the Durango SRT or $1,595 on the R/T trim level.
There's also a new set of lowering springs for the Durango SRT. The pieces drop the ride height by 0.6 inches (15 millimeters). The company claims that the engineers use proprietary data that's unavailable to aftermarket tuners so that the parts work perfectly with the stock dampers. The components contribute to reducing rear-end squat when accelerating, limiting nose dive when braking, and lessening body roll when turning. The springs go for $325.
Dodge will showcase a Durango with these upgrades at the upcoming Chicago Auto Show, and Motor1.com will be at the event to check them out.