2011 NAIAS: Mopar Dodge Durango Citadel “Black & Tan” [Live Photos]
Just like its close relative, the Grand Cherokee, the Durango has made substantial progress, in just about every department, over its predecessor. This particular vehicle is in the range-topping Citadel trim level and was dressed in "Black and Tan" for last year’s SEMA show. The Durago now sits on 22-inch custom-forged aluminum Super Alloy wheels that are highly polished with hyper-silver accents.
New features also include the polished stainless steel tips of the Mopar/Corsa custom exhaust and a shiny black exterior is matched on the inside with an all-new interior. The "Black and Tan" name comes from the interior, which the Mopar Underground team recreated in black and tan Nappa leather. To accent the paintwork, a pair of chromed tube steps were added and the SUV was dropped with Mopar lowering springs.
Just like many other Chrysler products, the Durango uses either a 5.7-liter V-8 with 360 horsepower or the new Pentastar 3.6-liter V-6.
Here is a list of Mopar accessories that are featured on the Dodge Durango Citadel “Black and Tan”:
- Bike carrier, PN: TH912RWY, MSRP: $192
- Chromed tube steps, PN: 82212298, MSRP: $549
- Kayak carrier, PN: TC883KAY, MSRP: $157
- Gold EVTS Service Package, PN: 82212613, MSRP: $249
- Uconnect® Web, PN: 82211856, MSRP: $499
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