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How Many Engines Are Available for the 2021 Dodge Durango?

Performance Specs of the 2021 Dodge Durango Engines

The Dodge Durango has continued to provide exceptional and exciting performance for many years. While most people don’t consider SUVs to provide high levels of power, this model breaks that stereotype. The 2021 Dodge Durango continues to provide the high-powered performance we’ve come to know and love with its four available engines. How much power do these engines provide? Keep reading as we explore the performance specs of the 2021 Dodge Durango engines.

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Ram’s 2021 Power Wagon 75th Anniversary Edition

There is a significant amount of history rooted in the Dodge Power Wagon, the first one being produced all the way back in 1945, at the conclusion of the second World War. It’s been 75 years since this truck was introduced, and to commemorate this Dodge has revealed the 2021 Ram 2500 Power Wagon 75th Anniversary edition. Let’s take a look at the special features this truck has.

When looking at this truck you’ll find a multitude of homages dedicated to honoring the Power Wagon’s heritage. There’s multiple badges featured all over this vehicle that say “Power Wagon 75 Years of Service” and “Power Wagon 75.” You can find these badges on the door, the door inserts, and on the seats, while the grille of this truck has been fitted with a back mesh that has a gunmetal-finish Ram badge. The Power Wagon has been seated on beadlock-capable 17-inch wheels that are wrapped in 33-inch tires. Performance wise, this Anniversary Edition truck presents a 410-hp 6.4-liter V-8 engine, with a 1,466-pound payload capacity and the ability to tow up to 9,910 pounds. 

The 75th Anniversary Edition Power Wagon is a very impressive truck that has high attention to detail that you can find all over the vehicle. Many great features are present, which make this truck feel like a complete, and awesome package. Expect the Power Wagon to be available for purchase at the end of the year for $66,945. 

2021 Ram 1500 white exterior front fascia parked in field next to herd of cows

What Safety Features Are Available for the 2021 Ram 1500?

If you’re looking for a truck that can handle all of your towing jobs and driving adventures, look no further than the 2021 Ram 1500. Not only does this pickup truck provide exceptional performance, but it also provides a safe driving experience. When doing a job or going on an adventure, safety is one of the most important things. To see how you can feel more confident on the road, keep reading as we explore the available safety features of the 2021 Ram 1500.

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“Built to Serve Edition” Ram 1500

Ram has created the “Built To Serve Edition” line of 1500 trucks. This line commemorates each branch of the United States Armed Forces, and the latest to be released is the U.S. Air Force edition. September 18th was the Air Force’s 73rd birthday, so this special edition truck is coming out right on time. Let’s take a look at some of the great features that the Built To Serve 1500 Air Force Edition offers.

The first thing you’ll see is an aeronautical-inspired theme with Billet Silver and Anvil exterior color options, as well as a black interior and black upholstery with Light Diesel Gray accent stitching. These colors are meant to pay tribute to the Air Force while also looking incredible. The United States flag is included as a decal, as well as a “Built To Serve” decal on both of the rear quarter panels. An all-black grille and surround, black-bezel premium lightning, black bumpers, and 20-inch aluminum wheels with a Technical Gray finish are also featured. Other accents, such as black badges, dual four-inch black exhaust tips, and black wheel-to-wheel side steps really bring this blacked-out design together and bring this special edition truck to the next level.

Dodge wanted to make the Air Force Edition and all the other Built To Serve Edition’s to have personalization available. “Built To Serve” embroidered velcro panels are featured on the front seat, and also on the front of each seat’s inboard shoulder panel. This makes it so owners can apply their own patches, whether that may be patches from the military, or any other patches that you want. 

The Built To Serve Edition 1500 trucks are available with all body styles and powertrains. The package will be an additional $2795 premium to the cost of the Ram 1500. If you want to express your patriotism as well as drive a great truck, the Built To Serve package is perfect for you.