Having been with us 10 years as of now, the Durango is one of a few vehicles in Dodge's setup that could profit from something other than a greater V8. In any case, while a Dodge renaissance is coming, with Challenger and Charger updates possibly in transit for 2024 alongside that electric muscle vehicle, the Durango doesn't appear to be a clear recipient. All things considered, Automotive News reports that creation of the current Durango will proceed as the year progressed, with no realized replacement model underway. Mopar Insiders demonstrated in 2018 that another age of Durango could move to a Ram 1500-put together body-with respect to outline engineering, similar to the contending Chevy Tahoe, however a particularly critical change isn't the sort to escape the normally all around associated Automotive News. On the off chance that the Durango has a future, there's a reasonable possibility that Stellantis basically hasn't finished how it'll execute the cutting edge model. Regardless of its age, the Durango stays a convincing family SUV and has gotten ordinary updates to keep up with its status thusly. 2021 saw the presentation of the hotly anticipated Durango SRT Hellcat, which as well as pushing the three-rower's maximum velocity to 180 mph brought its tow rating as much as 8,700 pounds—just the Ford Expedition out-tows that in its group. Furthermore, however the Hellcat didn't convey forward beyond 2021, that tow rating does on lesser SRT models, which likewise advantage from consistently working on standard innovation. For 2022, the Durango gets standard vulnerable side checking just as back cross-traffic alarms, also different upgrades to bring down manages. Not all vehicles dark effortlessly, but rather the Durango is among the fortunate not many that have.