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2012 Dodge Durango Consumer Discussions

2012 Dodge Durango
2012 dodge durango when try to start act like starter bad took to dealer needs tipim cause its not activating the fuel pump parts are on international backorder and not under recall (strange) if t...

wait until September/October before I can get a Durango RT at the right price....

Thank you very much - Do you have the 36/12 rates (trying to find the sweet spot - my 2012 Durango lease expires soon)? Thanks....

http://www.newcar.com/15/04/2012/dodge/durango/recalls/94173.html...

I've been looking at large SUVs for a while now and will soon look at the Durango. I've narrowed my list down to the Sequoia and MDX. I really like the looks of the new Durango, but I'm very concerned...

I'd be happy to max63. If you lease, the Durango's cash incentive jumps from $1,000 to $3,750. I will take that into account....

We have a 2001 Durango 5.9L. The water pump was replaced in Oct. 2011. It's been sounding a bit funny (no overheating or other issues) and my husband thought it was a pulley but has determined the wa...

the miles in which we purchased a 2012 dodge Durango. As for your issue, I used to work at national chain auto repair store, and unfortunately it does sound like the heater core either is blocked or ...

A reporter is interested in talking with owners of a 2011 or 2012 Dodge Durango who are also parents. If you are interested in commenting on your experience, please reply to pr@edmunds.com no later th...
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