You never "had" to do any oil changes or maintenance on your first Durango?!? I really pity the person who bought it after your lease was turned in. They'll be on this site complaining that the engine and transmission seized up after owning it for 3 months.
For the skeptic with the 1995 Chevy--like a rock covers your skull. GM hasn't made a worthwhile vehicle since the '67 Malibu SS. I'd rather push a Durango than ride in a silverado box.
Yes they are nice and roomy, and they ride nice when working.
My transmission just went out and it's got 52k miles on it.
What a freaking joke. And yes I had the power window problem also.
To those of you who think some of us work for Chrysler, well on my part you couldn't be more wrong. I'm a honest consumer, but here's a good piece of advice, don't buy a car that was manufactured on a Friday because the men and women can't wait to get off so they can go party, which means a lot of mistakes were made, and don't buy one that was manufactured on Monday because those same men and women came back to work with a hangover, which means even more mistakes, which means lemon. That goes for any make of car, not singling out any make.
To the above comment. These vehicles are built by robots these days, and I somehow doubt they are in a hurry to go out and party on a Friday night, or come to work on Monday with a hangover.
They are hardly built by robots. Being from Detroit and knowing many people who work at the factories, and right on the lines, I think I should know better.