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 |  Apr 08 2014, 4:35 PM

4. Three Usable Rows


Unlike a many three-row crossovers, the Durango has three completely usable rows of seats. Instead of sacrificing space in the second or third row of seating to add space to the other, Dodge has been able to design a vehicle that can fit six or seven passengers in relative comfort. Second-row passengers enjoy 38.6 inches of legroom, while third row passengers still have 31.5. The third row is also positioned slightly higher than the second row in a theatre style layout that allows passengers back there to see out of the front window. This gives the illusion of more space for passengers trapped in the back.

Depending on how many passengers are in the vehicle, the Durango can haul between 17.2 cubic feet all the way up to 84.5 cubic feet of cargo. If there are passengers in the vehicle, make sure they have ample arm strength as we found all four doors are unusually heavy to close.