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}}[[Dodge]]'s first 4-door SUV was the [[Dodge Durango|Durango]]. In its early years, this mid-size SUV's competitors included the [[Mercedes-Benz M-Class]], [[Ford Explorer]] and [[Chevrolet/GMC Suburban]].
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[[Dodge]]'s first 4-door SUV was the [[Dodge Durango|Durango]]. In its early years, this mid-size SUV's competitors included the [[Mercedes-Benz M-Class]], [[Ford Explorer]] and [[Chevrolet/GMC Suburban]].
 
 
==Year-to-year changes==
 
==Year-to-year changes==
 
===1998===
 
===1998===
 
===1999===
 
===1999===
Horsepower was raised from 175 to 230 for 1999.
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Horsepower was raised from 175 to 230 for 1999. Also, a two-door version of the Durango was sold as the Ramcharger exclusively in Mexico through 2002, retaining the same name as its [[Dodge Ramcharger|North American counterpart]].
 
== Retail prices ==
 
== Retail prices ==
   
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Revision as of 08:51, 6 June 2018

Dodge's first 4-door SUV was the Durango. In its early years, this mid-size SUV's competitors included the Mercedes-Benz M-Class, Ford Explorer and Chevrolet/GMC Suburban.

Year-to-year changes

1998

1999

Horsepower was raised from 175 to 230 for 1999. Also, a two-door version of the Durango was sold as the Ramcharger exclusively in Mexico through 2002, retaining the same name as its North American counterpart.

Retail prices

Shipping prices

Gallery

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