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The 2016 Dodge Durango is a large SUV with big capabilities in the areas of handling, efficiency, and comfort. SUV-seeking families in Brockton, Randolph, and Stoughton will be happy to find out that the Durango has a safety prowess to match.
Read CJDR 24’s 2016 Dodge Durango safety features wrap-up for more information about all of the ways the Durango works to keep you and your loved ones protected.
Underneath it all, the Dodge Durango is built as strong and confident as its exterior looks. This solid SUV’s high-strength steel safety cage construction and energy-absorbing rear crumple zones act as a resilient foundation for protecting its passengers.
In addition to a hardy inner shell, the 2016 Durango has seven airbags tucked away throughout its cabin, ready to spring into action at a moment’s notice. These include advanced multi-stage front airbags, supplemental side airbags up front and throughout all three rows, and a driver-side knee airbag.
If an accident should occur, the Dodge Durango will instantly trigger its Enhanced Accident Response System. This savvy system helps those on board get to safety faster by activating the vehicle’s hazards, turning on the interior lights, unlocking doors, and stopping engine fuel.
Weather is a constant challenge for Massachusetts drivers. Luckily, the 2016 Dodge Durango is suited for great handling when storms pass through. One standard features that instantly engages to stand up to Mother Nature is Rain Brake Support. It takes note of when the wipers start and instantly applies pressure to the caliper to heighten brake performance in slick conditions.
Another brake-related feature known as Ready Alert Braking is also always on watch. The mechanism works to prep the brakes for smoother, more impactful stopping in less time, bridging the gap between when pedal pressure abruptly switches from the gas to the brakes.
During everyday drives, Durango owners have the added intel of the SUV’s tire pressure monitoring system display. The system’s individual tire pressure sensor indicator shows pressure levels for all four tires so you know which ones could use plumping and which ones are rolling with the right PSIs.
Depending on the engine setup you choose (V6 or V8), the 2016 Durango can tow between 6,200 and 7,400 lbs, making it a good hauling companion for the family camper. But the Durango doesn’t just provide the power to tow without a good dose of safety smarts to back it up.
Two systems, Hill Start Assist, which prevents risky rollback on an incline, and Trailer Sway Damping, which monitors and modifies the throttle and brakes to keep a trailer on its intended path, are your allies in towing with both care and confidence.
Impressed by the Durango’s built-in protection features but want to know more? Contact Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram 24 in Brockton or head out to see the Dodge models on our lot at 1020 Belmont Street for yourself! We’re located just minutes from Randolph and Stoughton.
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