Dodge Durango 2005 posters

Dodge Durango

The Dodge Durango was first shown as a concept at the 2003-2004 Detroit Auto Show. It rapidly became popular due to its superior features compared to its predecessor. It boasted a fully boxed frame and being 7 inches longer, 2 inches wider, and 3 inches taller than the previous model. It could accommodate up to eight people thanks to its third row bench. The design was based on the Dodge Powerbox concept as well as the 2003-2004 Durango R/T concept. The Durango came with several trim levels. The SXT was the basic trim level, with value-oriented features. The SLT was the value-oriented trim, while the Adventurer was a value-oriented with an "off-road-look" trim. The Limited was the luxury trim with high-end features. Across all trims, the 4.7L Power-Tech V8 engine was standard but the 5.7 L HEMI V8 engine was available on all trim levels, except for the SXT. The SXT was only compatible with the 3.7 L Power-Tech V6 engine between 2004 and 2007. The 2006 model of the Durango featured a facelift, which introduced a redesigned grille, hood, headlamps, fenders, and wheels. It also came with additional features such as electronic stability control, a tire pressure-monitoring system, rear park assist, and a one-touch turn signal. The luxury SUV, the Chrysler Aspen, was introduced in the same year, based off the Dodge Durango. Unfortunately, due to a decline in full-sized SUV demand, production of the Durango and Chrysler Aspen ceased in 2009 when the Newark Assembly facility closed. Engines included a 3.7 L Magnum V6 (210 hp), a 4.7 L Magnum V8 (235 hp), a 5.7 L Hemi V8 (335 hp), and a 4.7 L Corsair V8 (303 hp).

If you're a fan of the 2005 Dodge Durango, you need to check out our amazing collection of product featuring the car. Perfect for decorating, these posters, mouse pads, t-shirts, and calendars will make any car enthusiast's dream come true. Shop now and get your favorite 2005 Dodge Durango accessories!