26th Nov 2005, 13:10

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.

23rd Oct 2006, 15:51

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.

13th Apr 2008, 18:40

Durangos blow.

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.

10th Dec 2008, 20:39

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.

1st Jun 2010, 11:28

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.

16th Jun 2011, 23:34

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.

18th Jun 2011, 15:11

My 2003, 297000 miles, same engine. Just got a new Edge SEL, and kept the Durango only because of the 4wd. The Edge does have all wheel drive. Thought the smaller crossover size would be a negative, but it's nicer and handles better.