The bonkers SRT Hellcat Durango will be built for the 2021 model year only.
The base price for the 2021 Durango is $31,765 in the US, or less than 40% of the Hellcat. Base SXT AWD starts at $47,495 in Canada.
The SRT 392 is priced from $62,995 in the US, $75,995 in Canada.
Dodge has announced pricing for its updated 2021 3-row Durango SUV. Despite its relative age, the SUV continues to be popular and thanks to versions like the SRT 392 and SRT Hellcat, it remains extremely desirable.
Performance is not all that counts when it comes to the Durango as capability, value, and loads of features are also part of the deal. There are now six distinct models of the Durango for 2021 starting with the $31,765 RWD SXT powered by the 3.6-litre V6. Its ability to tow up to 6,200 lbs and its upgraded interior with included 8.4-inch touchscreen almost make it affordable. With AWD, pricing jumps to $34,365 which is extremely competitive among other similar SUVs.
The GT (starts at $35,965 ($38,565 with AWD)) returns as does the R/T (from $45,305) however it will now include the new 10.1-inch touchscreen and Uconnect 5 and be offered with the Tow N Go Package ($52,900). It includes the 5.7-litre V8, SRT wheels and tires, Brembo brakes, flares and sills, exhaust with tips and a lower valance, as well as additional drive modes – Track, Sport, Snow and Tow.
The luxurious Citadel (starts at $47,805 ($50,405 with AWD)) as does the fantastic always-pleasant SRT 392 ($62,995) and its vocal 6.4-litre naturally aspirated V8.
All Durangos sold in Canada feature AWD as standard, As such, the SXT starts at $47,495, the GT, $52,495, the R/T $61,395 ($66,890 with Tow N Go), the Citadel starts at $60,495 while the SRT 392 retails from $75,995.
The all-new range-topping SRT Hellcat however is the one petrol-head parents have been waiting for. Priced from $80,995 in the US ($114,345 in Canada), it is more affordable than a 455-horsepower 2020 Porsche Cayenne E-Hybrid, and considerably quicker. Its supercharged 6.2-litre HEMI Hellcat V8 produces 710 horsepower and 645 lb.-ft. of torque. It will cover the 0-60 mph sprint in only 3.5 seconds and, like the ¼ mile run that goes by in 11.5 seconds, the SRT Hellcat will be gone before you know it. FCA will only build the Super Durango for the 2021 model year. After that, it will become legend.