2003 Dodge Durango SLT 5.7 Hemi from North America
Creature comforts with performance, quality...T.B.D
All lights failed to work properly before the vehicle made it home from the dealer. The entire power distribution module (relay box under the hood) had to be replaced.
Other than the initial electrical fiasco, this has been a great vehicle. The Hemi power is unsurpassed. The interior is very spacious, and handling is effortless. The Durango can turn around in two lanes, unlike my 2500 Ram P/U, which can block a 4-lane highway in an attempt to change directions.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 7th July, 2004
8th Nov 2004, 20:57
I have a 2003 Dodge Durango and I have had problems with the Lights not going out when you turn them off, I have to turn them back on and then off again to make them go out; other than this, I really like my Durango.
26th Nov 2004, 21:52
Are you turning the lights off before, or after the ignition? If you turn the lights off last (after the ignition), the lights will remain on for 60 seconds.
18th Jan 2005, 00:03
If it is like my intrepid if you have keyless remote entry, if you turn the truck off before turning the lights off.
And then turn the lights off, the lights will stay on until you hit the door unlock button on the transmitter, I kind of wondered why it wasn't the door lock button, but at least I know how to get them to turn off immediately!!!
This of course is a safety feature so you can have lights guiding you to your front door, then you can turn them off without having to walk back to your car!!!
21st Nov 2009, 22:35
I bought a used 2003 Durango with 46,000 miles on it summer, 2009. I am very satisfied. It is replacing a Town and Country minivan, and we're liking it a lot.
Power, style, comfort... not as cushy as the minivan, but it is basically a truck.
I don't care about the 17 MPG - don't put on many miles, and not having to manufacture new vehicles save us all energy.