Coming up on a year with our Durango, this is a good time to share a few things. The brakes have an occassional squeal that we are told is normal. But the interior front seat design is very poorly done for anyone over 200 lbs. My husband is an ex-football guy and whew, his muscles and size just don't go with the seatbelt contraption that pops out at the bottom of the seat. It has broken twice now, with just normal wear and tear, and you can see we don't drive it much with low miles. But that is probably the only complaints we have thus far.
We like the interior comfort regarding cup holders, coin slots, etc. Like the hauling room in back also. The tow/haul option is great as well. Love the 4-wheel drive/awd option. Had one time on ice and very hilly, that it did very well.
Change the seatbelt/seat style to handle anyone's weight getting in and out of the vehicle. Add a hand grip to passenger side, to help with the extra height off the ground.
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