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Want a fast family hauler? Follow the classic American recipe: slap a V8 under the hood, do a bit of tweaking, add a bit of garnish and voila. That’s exactly what Dodge did with their new Durango SRT, and have thoroughly transformed this six-passenger carriage into something you wouldn’t mind taking onto a drag strip. Enjoy the video!
2019 Volvo XC40 FULL REVIEW Aren’t we full? Do we have the appetite for yet another subcompact luxury crossover SUV? After all, human civilization survived all the way to 2010 without any of these things. By our count, there are more than 10 brands competing in a 160,000-vehicle segment. Yet sales growth is forecast because, to many buyers, the premium badge, design, and high seating position of these small luxury crossovers are far more important considerations than their nonpremium transverse-engine, front-wheel-drive-based powertrains and their compact accommodations. The new Volvo XC40, on sale in March, doesn’t overtly challenge the class norms. Volvo hasn’t disrupted the segment with a V-12, gullwing doors, or even a longitudinally mounted engine. It’s as conventional as the rest of its ilk, but—and this is a major differentiator—the XC40 isn’t boring. These little vehicles may be useful, inoffensive, and loved by customers, but to those of us who value driving dynamics they’re almost all terminally dull to pilot. I, Robot “Tough little robot” is how Volvo characterizes the XC40’s exterior styling. Unlike the larger XC60 and the XC90 that trade on clean, smooth, and aggressive forms, the XC40 is a little goofier, especially when fitted with the available white roof. There’s a clamshell hood with a tiny plastic Swedish flag flapping out from under it, a punched-in grille, scalloped doors, and a kicked-up beltline. The XC40’s design ensures that the small Volvo isn’t simply a homunculus of its larger kin. You can avoid the white roof—the XC40 looks better with a body-colored or black roof—but there’s no removing the elongated rectangular trim piece in the C-pillar that hides the seam between the roof and the rest of the body—or the fact that the rear door appears to have been pulled off a previous-generation Jeep Compass. The first version of the XC40 to arrive this March will be the T5. Under its aluminum hood is Volvo’s turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four with 248 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque. An eight-speed automatic does the shifting and all-wheel drive is standard. A few months after the T5 arrives it will be joined by the T4, which will have a smaller turbo, 184 horsepower, and front-wheel drive. With the 248-hp engine, the T5 punches hard and moves the estimated 3800-pound XC40 along briskly—the claimed, and believable, zero-to-60-mph time is 6.2 seconds. There’s no word yet on fuel economy, but we’d guess that the EPA’s ratings will come in at 24 mpg city and 31 highway. Read more: caranddriver.com/reviews/2019-volvo-xc40-first-drive-review ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ► If you love cars you should subscribe now to Auto TV the world famous automotive channel: https://goo.gl/SGPqjc #newcars #autotv #cartv #topcar #topsuv
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New for 2018
The 2018 Dodge Durango gets a high-performance SRT model, an updated infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility, a new steering wheel with paddle shifters, and two new exterior colors: B5 Blue and In Violet Metallic. All models get a 7.0-inch touchscreen and rearview camera as standard equipment.
The 2018 Dodge Durango is a midsize three-row SUV that slots above the smaller Journey and is available in rear- or four-wheel drive configurations. Unlike its rivals, the Durango is available with a V-8 engine option and a performance-oriented variant.
The 2018 Dodge Durango is available with three engines including a 3.6-liter V-6 with 293 hp (295 hp in models with dual exhausts) and 260 lb-ft of torque, a 5.7-liter V-8 rated at 360 hp and 390 lb-ft, and a 6.4-liter V-8 with 475 hp and 470 lb-ft. All engines come exclusively with an eight-speed automatic transmission.
EPA fuel economy ratings are 19/26 mpg city/highway for V-6-powered rear-drive models and 18/25 mpg with four-wheel drive. Move up to the 5.7-liter V-8 and fuel economy drops to 14/22 mpg for both rear- and four wheel drive models. The Durango SRT with its 6.4-liter V-8 is the least efficient at 13/19 mpg.
Cargo space is 17.2 cubic feet behind the third row, 47.7 cubic feet behind the second row, and 84.5 cubic feet behind the front seats. When properly equipped, the V-6 models can haul up to 6,200 pounds while the 5.7-liter V-8 can tow up to 7,400 pounds in rear-drive guise or 7,200 pounds with four-wheel drive. The Durango SRT can haul the most at 8,700 pounds when properly equipped.
Standard features on the base model include 18-inch alloy wheels, a 7.0-inch reconfigurable multi-information display, cloth upholstery, two USB ports, FCA’s Uconnect infotainment system with a 7.0-inch touchscreen, a rearview camera, Bluetooth connectivity, keyless entry/start, and three-zone climate control.
Options include a larger 8.4-inch touchscreen, navigation, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, power-operated heated and ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, HID headlights, leather upholstery, second-row captain’s chairs, heated second-row seats, a Beats premium audio system, and a rear-seat entertainment system.
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