How much is the world’s fastest SUV, the Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat?August 26, 2020
The press service of the American automaker has published data on prices for the Dodge Durango SUV version of the 2021 model year. There are prices for the 710-horsepower version of the SRT Hellcat. The brand’s dealers are already taking orders for the new product.
Even in the basic configuration, the American Dodge Durango SUV offers its owners almost 300 horsepower, and the most powerful version of the 2021 SRT Hellcat has a whopping 710 horsepower. Quite simply, it is the world’s most powerful production SUV. Dodge today announces full pricing information for the 2021 Durango.
While the base RWD SXT starts at $ 31,765, the flagship SRT Hellcat, available exclusively with AWD, will set you back $ 80,995.
This is one of the most expensive Dodge models ever, more expensive than the recently unveiled $ 79,595 Challenger Coupe SRT Super Stock
The Durango R / T AWD with Tow N Go package is also new for the 2021 model year SUV. The starting price for this version of the car starts from 52,900 dollars. The car comes with a powerful 5.7-liter HEMI V8 with a top speed of 233.3 km / h.
People looking for a more affordable Durango will opt for the Citadel trim, which offers more standard equipment at a starting price of $ 47,805. This version of the car can be ordered with both Pentastar V6 and HEMI V8 engines, and it comes with an impressive number of standard safety and driver assistance systems, including adaptive cruise control and lane departure warning. Dodge also includes blind spot monitoring and braking assistance, as well as lane keeping assist and forward collision warning (with active braking).
Dodge dealers are already taking orders for most of the Durango SUV trims. Deliveries of the 710bhp performance SUV will begin early next year, with regular versions of the model slated to ship this fall.
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