WardsAuto Names 2018 Dodge Durango SRT For Best UX
As vehicles become more advanced, automakers also need to make them user-friendly. Think of your grandma trying to learn how to use a smartphone. Yeah, a bit of trial-and-error and a lot of headaches. That’s why making technology user-friendly is important, and why Apple products are popular. So when the 2018 Dodge Durango SRT introduced an array of advanced technology that was easy to use, well, WardsAuto couldn’t help themselves and named the new Durango on their Wards 10 Best User Experience List for 2017.
_ WardsAuto is a trusted name in the auto industry. They’re all about delivering the latest news, data, and analysis for today’s world of automotive excellence. Like Kelley Blue Book (KBB), they’re always making lists to show off the best of the best, and a recent list was compiled for Best User Experience. WardsAuto picks the vehicles for this list by evaluating the overall user experience of 23 vehicles, rating them on user-friendliness, infotainment features, sound systems, vehicle connectivity, driver assistance technology, information/displays, system compatibility, and materials. The 2018 Dodge Durango SRT, as mentioned, made it to the list.
This round, the Durango SRT goes beyond the capabilities of a 475 horsepower, three-row SUV. Featuring the new Uconnect fourth-generation system, a class exclusive 8.4-inch touchscreen with multi-touch gestures, SRT Performance Pages, Apple CarPlay, and Google Android Auto, the new Durango is already showing off a bit. Plus, for those who want to take this SUV to the drag racing strip, they’ll enjoy the launch control featured as well.
“The Dodge Durango SRT presents a dazzling array of graphical elements, including a smoky SRT animation at startup and shutdown, a slick 3-D navigation map and an equally colorful TFT gauge cluster … An SRT button at the base of the center stack triggers a series of Performance Pages to help drivers tap into the vehicle’s prodigious performance and set the transmission, stability control, suspension, steering and all-wheel-drive systems to their liking.” – Tom Murphy, Senior Editor of WardsAuto.
* The new 2018 Dodge Durango SRT also accelerates from 0-60 mph in 4.4 seconds, has an 8700 pound towing capability, and more than 60 available safety and security features, including forward collision warning with crash mitigation, adaptive cruise control with stop, Blind-spot Monitoring (BSM) and Rear Cross Path (RCP) detection, and more. Interested in your own 2018 Dodge Durango? We have plenty in our inventory. *