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Now new for 2018, all Durango R/T models share aggressive, functional performance hood the new Durango SRT and fascia as standard equipment. The performance hood features a center air intake duct flanked by heat extractors, a lower front valence housing a new cold air duct system and LED fog lights. Durango GT models equipped with the Asphalt or Brass Monkey appearance package now offer the performance hood, first seen on Durango SRT, as an available option.
“Performance is more than stats, with Dodge performance is an attitude that permeates through everything we do,” said Tim Kuniskis, Head of Passenger Car Brands – Dodge, SRT, Chrysler and FIAT, FCA – North America. “And new for 2018, Durango buyers can get SRT attitude with every Durango powertrain – From the 295 horsepower 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 to the 360 horsepower 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 to the new 475 horsepower SRT 6.4-liter – reinforcing the brand’s promise to deliver high-performance vehicles with world-class power, technology and standout styling our customers have come to expect.”
To keep the current propulsion system cool and efficient in higher demand environments, a new cold air duct provides cooler outside air into the engine. Tests have shown up to an 18-degree Fahrenheit improvement in intake air temperature, resulting in an engine that runs smoothly on the street, race track or trailer, or favorite toy.
Ensuring maximum performance in extreme conditions, the 2018 Dodge Durango SRT has been validated with stringent measures of 24-hour track durability testing – an evaluation standard that every SRT vehicle adheres to.
The TorqueFlite eight-speed automatic gearbox takes into account variables including torque gradients, kick-down events, longitudinal and lateral acceleration, grade changes, tire slippage and downshift detection to determine the appropriate transmission shift map. The end result is a fully adaptive performance experience.
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I changed the coils and spark plugs, but the problem still persists. The truth is that I do not know what to do. It goes up and down the RPM when I accelerate, when going uphill it loses power and starts to light up the letter “D”.
Reading all the comments on these pages I was very clear that the problem was in the rear coils. Well. I disconnected two coils and as if by magic the pulls and jerks disappeared; I thought that one of the two coils or one of them were failing; I connected one and left only one disconnected and the car was perfect. The failure returned, what a horror!
I have done all the filter and oil changes, changed the original spark plugs and it is still the same. But I have noticed that the car has 195/60/15 tires, when the original ones are 175/65/15; can that fact favor the high fuel consumption.
My son’s car is also a gol and the oil warning light comes on when braking, this has occurred when being on the road after a trip and having to create the oil warning light comes on and turns off immediately.
Torque converter in automatic gearboxes.
Verdejo’s vehicle, a Dodge Durango, was occupied by the police early Sunday morning after it was reported that a similar bus was seen last Thursday in videos from the Teodoro Moscoso security cameras.
On April 29, Verdejo called Rodriguez Ortiz and agreed to meet her near her residence. Verdejo Sanchez and the cooperating witness drove the black Dogde Durango vehicle. The woman arrived at the scene in a gray Kia Forte and boarded Verdejo Sanchez’s vehicle.
Subsequently, Verdejo Sanchez and the cooperating witness drove the Durango and the woman’s car across the Teodoro Moscoso Bridge. There, they dumped the woman’s body. The story says that the boxer shot her body from the bridge. The young woman’s car was abandoned in Canóvanas.