Jeep currently builds the Grand Cherokee at its Jefferson North Assembly plant and Detroit Assembly Complex plant. Even with the Durango now entering its 12th model year, it’s still on track to see sales of over 60,000 units this year.
The most recent change comes for 2023, when high demand brings the return of the Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat to the lineup. If you really want a muscle car, then you can go for the 710 horsepower supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine.
But if you want to save your money, one level below is the SRT V8 with 475 horsepower and below that is the 5.7-liter Hemi V8 that can produce 360 horsepower. Even the base engine, a 3.6-liter V6, can put out quite a bit of power.
As for the Durango Colors for the 2024 model year, we think they are:
- Black w/Cloth
- Bucket Seats
- w/Shift Insert or Cloth Bucket Seats
- w/Rear Vinyl [Black]
- Michigan State Police Blue [Blue]
- Midnight Sky [Blue]
- Octane Red Pearlcoat [Red]
- Ranger Clearcoat [Green]
- Silver Metallic Clearcoat [Silver]
- White Knuckle Clearcoat [White]
- Baltic Gray Metallic Clearcoat [Gray]
- Blu By You Pearlcoat [Blue]
- DB Black Clearcoat [Black]
- Destroyer Gray Clearcoat [Gray]
- Ember Pearlcoat [Brown]
- Flame Red Clearcoat [Red]
- Frostbite Pearlcoat [Blue]
However, it’s unclear whether the Durango’s successor will switch to the smoother body-on-frame construction of its Jeep Wagoneer counterpart or will it be based on the Jeep Grand Cherokee (which it usually is). And Dodge didn’t release anything officially on the 2024 model.
Many competitors, including the Kia Telluride and Honda Pilot, haven’t been able to outperform the Durango in power. We’re not sure 2024 for Dodge’s midsize three-row SUV is coming, but stay with us here for an update as soon as we have official information.