Dodge Durango vs Toyota Highlander in Culver City

The Dodge Durango Beats the SUV Competition

Dodge is a name that's synonymous with power and performance. From legendary muscle cars, to roomy family minivans, to SUVs with oomph, Dodge makes a vehicle for every type of West L.A. driver, and we carry it here at Nissani Brothers Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram.

Our collection of Dodge models covers the spectrum of available sizes and shapes, including the spacious, three-row Durango. The Dodge Durango offers Los Angeles area drivers a departure from the boring three-row crossover, with seating for up to seven people, and powerful engines that can help you get the most out of your daily commute.

Here, we've placed our Dodge Durango up against another popular family SUV, the Toyota Highlander, to illustrate all the ways the Durango dominates the competition.

The Dodge Durango vs. the Toyota Highlander

  • Power. As a Dodge, Culver City drivers expect the Durango to come with the legendary performance the carmaker is known for. It doesn't disappoint. In fact, the Toyota Highlander can't even get close to the same performance ratings as the Durango. The Dodge Durango comes in a choice of three powertrains, including one 295-horsepower V6, and two amazing V8 engines. The Highlander, on the other hand, starts off with an unimpressive four-cylinder rated for 185 horsepower, and tops out with an optional V6.

  • Cargo space. The Dodge Durango also handily beats the Toyota Highlander when it comes to cargo space. Both SUVs offer a ton of convenient storage solutions for small objects throughout the vehicle, but, the Durango offers more overall space in the back cargo hold. In fact, the Toyota Highlander cargo hold can accommodate just 13.8 cubic feet, while the Dodge can hold more than 17 cubic feet.
  • Passenger space. While the third row in the Toyota Highlander can feel like a tight fit, best suited for small children, the Dodge Durango third row can more easily accommodate adults, thanks to its spacious design and ample legroom. Plus, the Durango offers passengers in other areas of the vehicle a spacious and comfortable ride, as well.

  • Fuel capacity and range. The Dodge Durango comes equipped with a larger fuel tank than the Toyota Highlander, which also gives it a greater range in between fill-ups. The Durango tank is 24.6 gallons, while the Highlander tank is 19.2 gallons. Additionally, the Durango can travel 467 miles in the city and 640 miles on the highway per tank, while the Highlander can go 384 miles in the city and 461 miles on the highway per fill up.
  • Towing and utility. Finally, when it comes to towing your family camper on the freeway, the Dodge Durango is the more powerful option by far. It can tow anywhere from 6,200 pounds, to 8,600 pounds, while the Highlander can only tow around 5,000 pounds.
  • Judge the Dodge Durango for Yourself near Playa Vista

    If you're in the market for a roomy, family-friendly SUV that can seat the whole family, and carry all of their gear, and tow your camper, and is still fun to drive, don't settle for one of those other SUV crossovers. Stop by and visit us here at Nissani Brothers Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, and discover the Dodge Durango.

    Test drive one of our available Dodge Durango SUVs soon, and see for yourself all the things that make it the best SUV for your family.

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