After reaping a big success in launching the Dodge Charger Pursuit, Dodge is planning to introduce a Durango Special Service model especially made for fleet use. The Durango Special Service is developed particularly to help meeting the needs of police and fire departments and fleet customers in their daily life. From now on, Chrysler Group has already received orders with the first delivery will be kicked off in the second quarter of this year.
The Durango Special Service is offered in both rear- and all- wheel drive completed with Pentastar 3.6 liter V6 engine or Hemi V8. With such unit the Durango is expected to be able to function effectively in duty cycles among police and fire crews. the vehicle also brings a redesigned equipments such as a heavy- duty brake setup, larger battery, 220 amp alternator added with an engine cooler and upsized water pump. In additional, the automaker claimed that the Durango Special Service is so well- equipped that it can tow as much 7,400 pounds, completing its performance, the Durango SS also provides a bladder- perforating 550 mile range.
What’s more? Well, the engineers also have enhance inside the car’s lighting as well so that police officers do not need to narrow their eyes when they are reading your identity and writing you traffic ticket.
You can freely to customize the rear cargo area of the Durango SS with under- floor storage compartments and extra storage placed in the side compartments. While, the Durango has not had the third row, the second row still has separate air conditioning and heat controls.
You do not have to worry of repair fee since the Durango is a 5- year or 100,000 mile transferrable powertrain warranty. Moreover, the Durango SS gets the ‘Top Safety Pick’ from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety or IIHS.
The Durango SS will be manufactured at the Jefferson North Assembly Plant in Detroit.
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