2007 Dodge Durango Limited 5.7 Hemi
Batman wishes he had one of these
This car is an absolute DREAM COME TRUE. I've had new cars where the rattles and noises started at 5000 miles, but my 2007 5.7L Durango Limited runs like a healthy lion. It has all the toys a guy wants and nothing has gone wrong at all. Interior noise is like sitting in your favorite chair watching the STEELERS win another ring.
My 2007 5.7L Durango Limited is the best vehicle I have ever owned. The interior noise is zero. I pull a 21' boat and a '70 Dodge Charger RT and this truck doesn't even breath hard. The heated leather seats put me to sleep and the hands free phone, excellent Alpine sound system and GPS Nav system are first rate.
Too bad the SRT-8, 425 HP, motor isn't an option.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 10th August, 2008
16th Jun 2010, 22:24
I have a 2007 Dodge Durango Limited with the 5.7 Hemi, four wheel drive. Love the look of the truck.
I use it to tow a trailer on weekends. The Durango tows effortlessly - hence, this is my third Durango - and nicest model yet.
It does not ride smooth like my friends' Expeditions. The bumps can be painful. But my decked out Durango was not nearly the same price either as a lower model Expedition.
Again - so far, so good.
I rotate the tires every 8,000, and will be doing a fuel injection cleaning in the next few weeks. My three year warranty just elapsed (26,000 miles on it). I changed the rear fluid at 15,000. I will be replacing the battery soon too - as the south Florida heat seems to kill every battery in about three years. Replacing it ahead of time will avoid a problem later.
2nd Sep 2010, 21:15
2007 Durango Limited, bought new 9/07. 52k miles. So far, average reliability.
Recently replaced shift solenoids on transmission, luckily under lifetime powertrain warranty. Also just replaced all 4 tires for first time.
Found that outer tie rods were shot. OEM were sealed. Guy ahead of me in late model charger found that both his inners and outers were shot.. Bought new MOOG's from Advanced and installed them myself (greaseable) $41 apiece.