Dodge Durango Accessories

Written by Jeremy Horelick
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With the truck's standard 210-horsepower V6 engine and its Hemi V8, which boasts 335 horses, it's hard to fathom what a few Dodge Durango accessories might add to the package. In addition to those impressive engine specs, Durango owners get seven-passenger seating, smooth transmission, and stylish good looks. But the right Dodge accessories can make a good thing even better.

Add to an already spacious interior with a KarPack roof storage unit that holds extra boxes, clothes, electronics, or anything else you can't squeeze in. Or add a handy cargo organizer to your interior that lets you corral loose items like change and sunglasses. Both accessories are easy to install and remove and come in a variety of colors to match your interior carpet or your exterior paint job.

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When the Durango was originally introduced in 1998, it was Dodge's goal to fill the hole between mid-sized SUVs and monsters like the Chevy Suburban. The idea was to give passengers the ample seating they'd come to expect from full-size trucks without hogging the road and guzzling gas. To that end, Dodge has always had its eye out for passenger comfort, which means the Dodge Durango accessories you choose will only add to an already meticulously crafted design.

Truck accessories are generally evaluated on their ruggedness and durability, but Durango extras are held to a higher standard. They must be just as tough as pickup truck accessories yet subtle enough to work with the Durango's stately features. Just because you need hefty towing capabilities doesn't mean you should compromise on aesthetics to get it.

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