2018 Dodge Durango Vs. 2018 Toyota 4Runner Lampasas, TX
Come by Benny Boyd CDJR Lampasas to compare the 2018 Dodge Durango versus the 2018 Toyota 4Runner. Dodge Durango is designed to help make you feel secure behind the wheel. Should an accident occur, Durango has multiple features to help keep you and your loved ones safe and secure. The available Blind Spot Monitoring System helps keep you aware of vehicles outside your peripheral vision by alerting you of vehicles entering one of your blind spot zones. It assists you when making lane changes. Drive with confidence on wet or icy roads. Electronic Stability Control monitors your steering input and vehicle motion to help you maintain directional control. Available rain-sensing windshield wipers detect moisture on the windshield and, if the wipers have been placed in one of the delay positions, activate automatically. You don’t have to take your hands off the wheel to adjust the wiper controls as the rain intensity changes. Electronic Stability Control monitors your steering and vehicle motion to give you confidence on every curve. For extreme maneuvers, ESC compares your steering input with the vehicle’s actual movement. When it detects a difference, ESC applies the brakes and reduces the throttle to maintain directional control.
Dodge Durango offers two available all-wheel-drive systems—depending on your choice of engine. Both systems enhance the vehicle’s traction and handling on a range of road conditions. The Dodge Durango comes standard with the class-exclusive electronic eight-speed automatic transmission, providing impressive efficiency, acceleration and shifting. The T-shifter adds interior refinement, while available steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters lend precise manual control of the transmission. Robust steel, quick shock and spring rates and large sway bars improve driving dynamics. V6 engine-equipped models get electrohydraulic steering and V8 engine-equipped models get hydraulic steering.
When compared to the 2018 Dodge Durango, the 2018 Toyota 4Runner falls short. The 4Runner's standard 4.0-liter V6 engine pumps out 270 horsepower and 278 lb.-ft. of torque. Standard Hill Start Assist Control helps to keep the vehicle from rolling backward when switching from brake to accelerator on a steep incline. 4Runner offers two different 4-Wheel Drive systems: SR5 4WD and TRD Off-Road models utilize part-time 4WD with Active Traction Control, while Limited 4WD is equipped with a full-time 4WD system featuring A-TRAC and Torsen limited-slip center differential with locking feature.
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