Specially designed front and rear crumple zones help absorb impact energy and redirec it away from passengers to reduce the risk of injury.
A solid structure built with high-strength steel is the foundation of the body and frame. Substantial roof strength and steel safety frame construction help protect the passenger compartment in the event of an accident.
Active front head restraints move during a rear-end collision to decrease the space between the headrest and head, helping reduce the risk of head and spinal injuries to front seat passengers.
Advanced multistage driver and front passenger airbags, supplemental full-length side curtain airbags for all outboard passengers, front seat-mounted side airbags and a driver-side knee blocker airbag all come standard.
Available Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking uses radar sensors to detect when your vehicle may be approaching another vehicle too quickly. When the system detects a potentially hazardous situation, it alerts you by sounding a chime and displaying a visual message in the instrument panel and may apply a brake jerk to warn you of a potential collision so you can respond to the situation. If you don’t respond and the risk of a collision continues, the brakes will bring the vehicle to a full stop
Being stranded on the road can be really annoying. Fortunately, in the event you become stranded, we've equipped the Dodge Durango with available services to help resolve the situation. With available Uconnect® Access Roadside Assistance, one push of the “ASSIST” button located in the mirror summons the Dodge roadside assistance provider to help you with gas, a tire change, a battery jumpstart or towing to the nearest Chrysler, Jeep®, Dodge or Ram vehicle dealer. In an emergency situation, Uconnect Access Emergency Assistance connects you directly to the police, the fire department or the Emergency Medical Service (EMS) dispatcher when you push the 9-1-1 button.
Available Blind Spot Monitoring helps keep you aware of vehicles outside your peripheral vision, assisting you in making lane changes. Strategically placed sensors warn you with a visual indicator in the corresponding exterior mirror of potential hazards that enter your blind spot zone.
You’re driving on a wet or icy road, and you feel confident because Electronic Stability Control(ESC) is monitoring your steering input and vehicle motion to help ensure your vehicle stays put. During extreme steering maneuvers, if ESC detects a difference between your steering input and the vehicle's movement, it applies the brakes and reduces engine throttle (if necessary) to help you maintain directional control.
Available rain-sensing wipers detect moisture on the windshield and, if the wipers have been placed in one of the delay positions, will activate automatically. You don’t have to take your hands off the wheel to adjust the wiper controls as the rain level changes.