Durango deals hit $3,250—except on hi-po lines

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.

2023 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat Lineup

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.


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