Dodge durango srt hellcat. Test drive: The 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat is the most powerful SUV ever
But making choices is hard, and you make enough of them every day, anyway: What's for dinner? 5 seconds. 4 15. 5 seconds despite weighing 5,710 lbs. Models we've tested in the past have also held an impressive amount of carry-on suitcases, too, with the ability to swallow four bags behind the backmost row and up to 26 with the second and third rows stowed. 2L supercharged V8 that churns out 710 hp and 640 lb-ft. Other popular features include wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as well as a subscription-based Wi-Fi hotspot.
The Durango provides comfortable accommodations and a foldaway third row.
The matching a and cleared the quarter-mile in 12.
Dodge The Durango SRT Hellcat also gets a set of very deep front buckets and standard seven-passenger seating.
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It growls and burbles like a drag car waiting for the lights to go green.
Is that worth it? Perhaps, considering the Hellcat could also be your family car.
It has pack of airbags, child protection locks, seats belts with front passenger airbag occupancy sensor and panic alarms.
1-inch touchscreen that supports the company's latest Uconnect 5 software.
- 2,500 rpm The takes second place on the table after the Durango with 707 hp
- The addition of Amazon Alexa functionality allows expanded voice commands, and the system also allows two Bluetooth devices to be simultaneously connected
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- Dodge says that reduces the amount of time it takes the manifold to fill with air for a quicker initial hit
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- 5 seconds, which is really impressive considering its heavyweight