We've owned the Durango for roughly 2 years and it only has 54,000 miles. Overheating is very common and now the head gaskets are blown. It'll run $1,100 to $1,600 to repair. Save some heartache and don't go Durango. However, if you enjoy sitting in the 3rd seat while it cools down, this may be the gas guzzler for you.
Get up and go ability.
Dodge should listen to disgrunted consumers and fix their product. As sad as it is to say, I think I'm going to stick with foreign products.
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