The Dodge Durango gets a modest facelift for 2007. New front fenders, hood and headlights frame the latest grille. The new, larger rearview mirrors are both heated and folding. Side air bags have been added as standard equipment. There is now a vehicle information center in the overhead console. You now get a one-touch, three-blink lane-change feature. Dual front climate control is standard, as is an electronic stability control with standard trailer sway dampening.
Roomy interior; rugged underpinnings; toughness; wide array of configurations.
The 2007 Dodge Durango is a great SUV for those looking to haul family, cargo or both. The styling of the Durango is a mixture of pickup truck and wagon that let's you know it's a Dodge. The front end proudly wears the latest version of the now ubiquitous Dodge Ram grille that is framed by clearly delineated fenders. In side profile the wheel arches bulge, and the roof line is tall. Inside the Durango, nothing is cramped or crowded. Large amounts of space means all controls are big enough to be easily worked, even while wearing gloves. Dodge gets points for using the simple, and easy-to-use three-dial system for the heating and standard air conditioning controls.