Dodge has introduced this week the Special Service version of the Durango which was developed specifically for fire and police departments, along with general fleet customers. What has changed? It starts with a heavy duty brake kit and battery, load-leveling suspension, 220-amp alternator, heavy duty engine oil cooler and water pump. It also comes with a practical rear cargo area that can be customized and also has additional storage spaces in the side compartments along with underfloor storage components. The third-row seats are now history since Dodge wanted to extend cargo room for fleet customers.
This change hasn’t affected at all the second row of seats which still have separate air conditioning and heat controls. In addition, the car boasts a different headliner plus a red & white interior dome lamp matched with a spot lamp wiring prep. Clients can configure the all-wheel drive model with an optional skid plate group, while the engine lineup has remained intact so the car can be configured with a V6 3.6 or a V8 HEMI 5.7.