Dodge is discounting Durangos, which are still available with a gasoline-driven V6 and Hemi V8 engines. The Dodge web site shows two Durango offers, either $3,250 in cash back or a $419/month three-year lease ($5,059 due up front and not including tax).
The cash back is a trifle deceptive, since it includes $750 from Chrysler Capital, which suggests that if you pay cash or get a credit union loan, it won’t apply; but the $2,500 portion is a national cash rebate.
These deals don’t apply to all models; the lease offer is only for the lease expensive Durango with rear wheel drive. The cash back is the same for every Durango, up to and including the $61,740 R/T Premium AWD model; it does not include the SRT 392, which has a $550 rebate on either leases ($822/month) or outright purchases. The Durango Hellcat, starting at $93,605, is in enough demand that there is no deal at all other than 7.26% APR financing. Prices have also gone up somewhat (earlier 2023 prices are shown above, not including destination.)
The priciest Durango remains the SRT Hellcat Premium. All the Hellcats come with all wheel drive, but the Premium starts at $104,810. There are only two free paint colors on this car, black and white; the others all cost $395 each. Stripes start at $1,195. The interior comes with black and red Laguna leather seats and UConnect navigation with a 10.1 inch display. The sole option is a $1,995 black package, with dark 20×10 wheels, black exhaust tip, grey metallic badging, and satin black tail-lamp badge. With destination, this car runs $106,405. An inventory search showed numerous Hellcat Durangos available in the United States, including those in transit or scheduled to be built; and mostly painted black.