Dodge Durango Gets Hefty Price Increase For 2024 Model Year

Increases Range From $1,030 To $1,390 Across The Lineup...

Dodge has recently unveiled the 2024 iteration of its Durango lineup, bringing revised pricing and a range of feature enhancements across various trims. While the initial unveiling in September hinted at more stable pricing, the current landscape reflects notable adjustments, impacting both the sticker price and available features.

2024 Dodge Durango SRT HELLCAT in Triple Nickel. (Dodge).

Here are the base Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) prices for the 2024 Durango models, excluding the $1,595 destination fee, compared to their 2023 counterparts:

2024 Dodge Durango Base MSRP Per Trim
Trim Base MSRP Increase Over 2023
GT RWD $44,170 +$1,030
GT AWD $46,170 +$1,030
GT Plus RWD $48,170 +$1,030
GT Plus AWD $50,170 +$1,030
GT Premium RWD $52,170 +$1,030
GT Premium AWD $54,170 +$1,030
R/T RWD $55,270 +$1,030
R/T AWD $57,270 +$1,030
R/T Plus RWD $58,270 +$1,030
R/T Plus AWD $60,270 +$1,030
R/T Premium RWD $61,770 +$1,030
R/T Premium AWD $63,770 +$1,030
Citadel RWD $55,670 +$1,030
Citadel AWD $57,670 +$1,030
SRT392 $74,995 +$1,280
SRT 392 Plus $80,995 +$1,280
SRT 392 Premium $86,200 +$1,280
SRT HELLCAT $95,995 +$1,390
SRT HELLCAT Plus $101,995 +$1,390
SRT HELLCAT Premium $107,200 +$1,390

Alongside these pricing adjustments, Dodge has introduced notable enhancements to the 2024 Durango lineup:

  • The Citadel trim is now eligible for the Tow N’ Go Package, previously limited to the R/T trim. This package combines towing capabilities from the Trailer Tow Group with luxury and performance features, such as an adaptive suspension, SRT performance exhaust, Brembo® brakes, and more. This option increases the Citadel’s towing capacity from 7,400 to 8,700 lbs and costs $4,995, making towing and luxury integration more accessible.
  • Standardizing Blind-Spot Monitoring (BSM) across the entire lineup enhances safety features. Additionally, the Trailer Tow Group now incorporates BSM with Trailer Detect, augmenting safety measures during towing.
  • The SXT, GT, and R/T trims receive upgraded versions in Plus and/or Premium variants. Interestingly, the Citadel trim does not fall into this enhanced upgrade category.
2024 Dodge Durango SRT HELLCAT in Triple Nickel. (Dodge).

Furthermore, initial expectations hinted at the base Durango SRT HELLCAT possibly being phased out for the 2024 model year. However, it remains available in the current lineup, joining the Plus and Premium packages. Still, the entry-level HELLCAT pushes the six-figure mark when the destination is added, a costly price to pay, but if you want to get your hands on a 710-horsepower Durango, this may be your last chance.

You can check out the 2024 specifications for each Durango model on Dodge’s Build & Price configurator on Dodge.com, as it has recently been updated.

Robert S. Miller

Robert S. Miller is a diehard Mopar enthusiast who lives and breathes all that is Mopar. The Michigander is not only the Editor for MoparInsiders.com, 5thGenRams.com, and HDRams.com but an automotive photographer. He is an avid fan of offshore powerboat racing, which he travels the country to take part in.

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You would think at those new prices they can fix the leaks in the tail lights that have been an issue since the racetrack tail light were added.

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Last call 2.0 how is that working in Jefferson... does the Carriers work with both the Durango and WL74?

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Same architecture and engines (3.6 & 5.7) from the 2011 launch. Stellantis (CDJR) & the UAW are a Joke. I hope they file for Bankruptcy.

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That’s a good chunk of money! My 2018 RT AWD has had most of the standard issues. Replaced the racetrack tail lights, replaced the touch screen for my U connect, water pump is leaking and now my power driver seat won’t slide forward. Still love it and would (and probably will) buy another one soon.

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