Pre-Owned 2021 DodgeDurango SRT 392

  • VIN: 1C4SDJGJ7MC557090
  • Stock: Y22136A
    Exterior Color
    IN-Violet Clearcoat
    Interior Color
    Other
    Odometer
    16,399 miles
    Fuel Economy
    13/19 MPG City/Hwy
    Transmission
    Automatic
    Engine
    6.4 Liter
    Dodge Durango
    • Carfax Free

    Detailed Specifications

    • Max seating capacity: 6
    • Fuel tank capacity: 24
    • Horsepower: 475

    Dealer Notes

    Redline 2 Coat Pearl 2021 Dodge Durango SRT AWD 8-Speed Automatic SRT HEMI 6.4L V8 MDS AWD, 19 harman/kardon Amplified Speakers w/Subwoofer, 3.70 Rear Axle Ratio, 825 Watt Amplifier, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, Automatic temperature control, Black Package, Eclipse Black Exhaust Tip, Front dual zone A/C, Garage door transmitter, Global Telematics Box Module (TBM), Gloss Black Exterior Mirrors, Google Android Auto, GPS Navigation, Gray Metallic Badges, HD Radio, Heated door mirrors, Navigation system: TomTom, ParkView Rear Back-Up Camera, Power Liftgate, Power Sunroof, Quick Order Package 29L, Satin Black Dodge Tail Lamp Badge, Speed control, Wheels: 20" x 10" Lights Out Aluminum.

    KBB.com Consumer Reviews

    Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
    Overall4.7Out of 5
    • stunning

      By jason on Friday, January 13, 2012

      5.0
      Purchased 2011 Citadel at end of model year and found a great deal. Prior to driving this automobile, Dodge/Jeep were at the bottom of my wish list. The vehicle is loaded with options. I could not find anything even close in other large SUVs for the price. Great for family with kids and for parents not ready for a minivan. Plenty of room even for adults in the 2nd and 3rd row seating. Entertainment system is very worthwhile for people with children. Much more comfortable ride than similar large SUVs. Safety features are wonderful. Only downside is it is a bit slow in accellerating from a stop (V6 engine). Not so much of an issue between 50-70 mph. Handles very well in winter weather as well.
    • LOVE my Citadel

      By Jody on Tuesday, May 12, 2020

      5.0
      I had a much more expensive vehicle before—an Infiniti M37X. The Citadel is more comfortable to drive and as a passenger. I have a long list of things I didn’t like about the Infiniti—including the fact that purchased new, and babied by a little old lady, had complete engine failure at 40,000 miles. They wouldn’t honor the guarantee, saying it was abused, yet this Citadel has been SO dependable, it’s a quiet ride (unlike Infiniti) and SO versatile. I can flatten down the seats and haul whatever, or put a mattress in back for a resting passenger on long road trips. Love, love love this car, and I’ve had new company cars (mostly Cadillacs) for years. I added a little chrome to dress it up. Good field of vision when driving too.
    • Rumble of the V8 is something else...

      By TheACN on Tuesday, December 31, 2019

      5.0
      It's an excellent SUV . I got the fully loaded R/T, with a hefty MSRP (don't let the MSRP fool you, as many say, it's a suggestion not the actual sales price). For how old this platform is, it has aged well. There are pros and cons to owning an older architecture SUV in 2020; Pros: - It has a legit V8 engine. The sound and the performance makes you want to hit full throttle all the time. - No rattles, none whatsoever. I'm very sensitive when it comes to fantom noises. - If driven calmly, it gets about 25 mpg on highway. No one drives this monster calmly. - While the second row seats don't slide, all rows have adequate space by default. - Standard Alpine sound system is way better than many other "brand name" sound systems I have owned on my previous cars. - While it's an older architecture, it can still compete with the newer SUV's on technology too. It's an option, but adaptive cruise with stop and go, front crash prevention, lane keeping etc is available and works well. - Can tow, can tow a lot. -It's been around with this engine and transmission combo since 2014. Whatever defects there were, whatever that needed time to be figured out, is now figured out. I made a mistake of purchasing a first model year car before, man oh man, never again! Cons: - Thirsty. Yes me being a little heavy footed doesn't help either. - Technology shows its age; while it does have optional front crash prevention, it can not detect pedestrians. Most newer model competitors can. - You can't fold the second row seats if there's a child seat on. - Brakes are a little on the mushy side. Too much travel (coming from a German car) before pads actually bite the rotors. - It can be flat towed, tranny has a mode for that, but it doesn't have any connection to activate the brakes and brake lights. Overall, I am very happy. P.S. I did buy an 8 years 125k miles extended "max care" warranty. It's really affordable for the coverage it provides. Unlike many other brands, they let you buy it anytime before the factory warranty expires. You don't have to get it when you purchase the car!

    Displayed pricing and discounts are computer calculated and are subject to system error, please see dealer for final sale price. Tax, title, license and dealer fees (unless itemized above) are extra. Not available with special finance or lease offers.

    *These estimates reflect new EPA methods beginning with 2008 models. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle. Actual mileage will vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits and vehicle's condition. Mileage estimates may be derived from previous year model.

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