- The 2011 edition of the Dodge Durango features a six-cylinder engine, with two valves per cylinder. The base engine size is 3.6 liters. The V6 engine performs with 290 horsepower, with the Durango's crankshaft turning at 6,350 revolutions per minute (rpm). The Durango uses a five-speed automatic transmission and is a rear-wheel-drive vehicle.
- The Durango's engine uses a multi-point injection fuel system. Unleaded fuel should be used to refill the fuel tank, which holds up to 27 gallons. The Durango has an estimated fuel economy of 14 mpg in the city, and 20 mpg on the highway. The 2011 model has a vehicle range of 432 miles before needing to be refueled.
Torque and Hauling
- The engine achieves a torque of 260 foot-pounds at 4,300 rpm. The Durango engine carries a maximum payload of 1,590 pounds. The maximum towing capacity for the 2011 model of the Dodge Durango is 7,400 pounds.