No, it's the D.It's not as much the Dodge Durango as it is the fact that it is a SUV.
I agree. I bought my '04 new after the '05's were out. I got a great deal with the discounts and rebates. Rebates hurt resale value. If you like to buy a "new" car every 3-4 years you are always going to get caught on the wrong side of depreciation. I plan on keeping mine for at least 7 when the warranty runs out. If it is still reliable after that I may keep it longer.mileshuff said:The Tahoe was much more expensive than my Durango when I bought it in 2004. The MSRP on my 2004 Hemi 4x4 SLT Durango was 33K but I only paid 24K after all rebates etc. The private party resale value is listed at about 15K which is not bad at all to me.
I think many people paid WAY too much for their Durango's and are then attempting to set the current value based on trade in which is about the worst way. Sell it privately for far more.
Yeah that's right. If anyone thinks we have trouble with our Dodges and Nissan's are better you should go read the Armada forums.Gone2 said:Even though the Armada's came in dead last for full size SUV reliability.