Dodge seems intent on shoving horsepower into everything possible. The company’s potent 6.2-liter supercharged V8 and its Hellcat moniker are becoming synonymous with “ludicrous muscle.” Now you can take the whole family along for your drag strip sprints with the 2021 Dodge Durango Hellcat.
At a Glance
- Ridiculously powerful (and loud) supercharged V8.
- All of the goodness of the Durango crossover.
- Plenty of room for the whole family.
- Not so good fuel economy.
From the standard V6-powered everyday models to the three powerful V8-juiced options, there’s definitely a Durango crossover for almost everyone. All of them have the same traits: near-luxurious family hauling, solid off-road credibility, best-in-biz infotainment, and surprisingly good daily ergonomics. But they all suffer from the same relatively low fuel economy versus their peers, don’t have standard advanced safety features, and are generally bulkier in feel and reality than most of the competition.
That said, about the…
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