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Old 04-03-2016, 12:57 PM
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SHO Rod, do you have a SHO?


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Old 08-15-2016, 06:21 PM
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2014 DD R/T - 98500 approx. No probs. Considering SC for next year.
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Old 08-16-2016, 09:39 AM
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Sorry, I only have 26K miles on my 2012 R/T D.

Looks like I still have a lot of driving to do/go to catchup.
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Old 08-16-2016, 06:04 PM
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SHO Rod, do you have a SHO?


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Oops, I guess I don't check this thread enough. Up until April I had a 2011 SHO with the Performance Package and a performance tune. Fun car, but I babied it and after 6 years of ownership (bought new in May 2010 as a 2011 model) I barely had 16k on the odometer. I enjoy the Durango enough that I decided to sell the SHO and free up some garage space.

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Old 08-17-2016, 10:12 AM
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Yup, just bought the Wife a 2015 (non PP) and like you said a fun car.


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Old 08-17-2016, 10:22 AM
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Oops, I guess I don't check this thread enough. Up until April I had a 2011 SHO with the Performance Package and a performance tune. Fun car, but I babied it and after 6 years of ownership (bought new in May 2010 as a 2011 model) I barely had 16k on the odometer. I enjoy the Durango enough that I decided to sell the SHO and free up some garage space.

-Rod

Whew, saved by a lower mileage D.

You have way more fun miles ahead of you.
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Old 08-19-2016, 07:24 PM
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Me? 156,000 miles.
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Old 08-28-2016, 11:24 AM
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Only 65K on my 2013 Crew. just replaced tires, and I replaced the rear brake rotors and pads about 5K ago, but I consider that routine maintenance. Otherwise just the recalls, though I will admit this alternator burning up and taking out batteries or computers is a little concerning.
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Old 03-04-2017, 09:01 PM
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Always fun to resurrect an old thread, give it new life, her a nice sense of accomplishment!

Anyway, so I've got a 2012 Crew Durango, 5.7L AWD. I bought when it was about 9 months old and had roughly 12,000 miles on it. Just turned 103,000 this week!!

Whilst I love the vehicle, she had not been without her problems. Let's call a spade a spade, it has consistently ranked at the bottom of Consumer Reports expected reliability scale. Say what you will, I'd say they were pretty spot on, but again, still love it!!

So things that I've dealt with (dates are approx cause I can't remember anything):
  • Drunk POS side swiped me on the driver side - 23,000 miles (The nice uninsured driver policy covered it)
  • New tires - 48,000 ($800)
  • Water Pump - 55,000 miles (covered under extended warranty)
  • Right rear self leveling shock mount broke - 71,000 miles ($1100 STUPID EXPENSIVE!!)
  • Right rear body-to-frame bolt sheared (This was caused by a substandard repair during the side swipe body work. It was REALLY weird when it happened, don't recommend) - 77,000 miles (Covered under original claim)
  • Both catalytic converters fail, indication was a inefficiency code for each separate bank. - Codes popped approx. 3,000 miles apart, first one at 88,000 ($1500 installed)
  • Lift gate actuator failed - 95,000 miles ($350)
I have run BND Automotive QuantumBlue oil in the motor since I bought it. I've run upwards of 14,000 miles change intervals and pull oil samples every time. And every time the oil comes back clean as a whistle. I'll probably be shortening those durations now that she's part three first third of her life. Also have kept up on all the scheduled maintenance and fluid changes, to include the damned copper tipped sparkle plugs every 30,000 miles! Dudes, that is a $300 job if you have a shop do it!! Luckily the access to all 16 is easy peasy, lemon squeezie!!

Again, love the vehicle, gonna keep it as long as I can!!!
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Old 03-05-2017, 11:04 PM
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'11 Durango Crew with V6 and 96,000 miles. Besides one encounter with a deer, rock to the windshield and recalls, I have recently replaced front left wheel bearing, rear main bearing seal (partly covered by loyalty warranty), and going in this week to replace front right wheel bearing. I like the vehicle despite these bearing issues. Great tow vehicle and long distance road trip vehicle. Planning on keeping it for a few more years......maybe.
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