2000 Dodge Durango SLT 4.7 from North America
This is a costly mistake
The gear has been changing from Drive into 2nd since we bought the vehicle.
The transmission started slipping at 40,000 miles. At 50,000 miles we have to replace the transmission. The warranty is 36,000 miles for a brand new factory transmission and the warranty is 70,000 miles for a rebuilt transmission. Somebody knows that there is a problem.
The engine started making knocking noises at 30,000 miles, but when we took it back to the dealer they said that nothing was wrong. The dealer also said that they did not hear any noises.
There is a lot of room in the vehicle, the third seat makes it an attractive choice.
Not worth the money.
There should be something done about the transmission, since it is such a common problem.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 14th January, 2002