The Dodge Durango Citadel Anodized Platinum appearance package will start arriving on dealership lots in April.

The Dodge Durango Citadel Anodized Platinum appearance package will start arriving on dealership lots in April. 

Dodge | January 17 2017

Dodge Durango Brings Platinum Highlights Inside

Open the door to the 2017 Dodge Durango Citadel with the new Anodized Platinum appearance package and you open the door to a refined, upscale look and feel that spreads across the entire interior of the spacious three-row performance SUV.

This package is loaded with luxury features, including a new hand-wrapped instrument panel with silver accent stitching. The Citadel Anodized Platinum appearance package also features Nappa leather-covered seats in either Sepia or Black with the Dodge stripes stitched into the front seatbacks and standard second-row captain’s chairs. Platinum Chrome and Anodized Gunmetal accents are also found throughout the cabin.

This new interior trim compliments the exterior Citadel Anodized Platinum appearance package that adds Platinum Chrome accents to the SUV’s 20-inch wheels, grille, lower sills, door handles, mirror caps, fog lamp bezels and badging.

The Citadel Anodized Platinum appearance package is currently available to order for an additional $3,695 and will start arriving on dealership lots in April of this year.

Seeing is believing. So, here’s Andrea Deliz, Dodge Durango product manager, to give you a guided tour of the Citadel Anodized Platinum interior package:

 

Dale Jewett

Do you know your blood type? Mine is 100 octane (not your standard blood bank classification). At any given moment, I’m thinking about cars – driving one, fixing one, buying one or (in my dreams) restoring one. So I love to tell stories that involve horsepower, brake and wheel diameters
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Do you know your blood type? Mine is 100 octane (not your standard blood bank classification). At any given moment, I’m thinking about cars – driving one, fixing one, buying one or (in my dreams) restoring one. So I love to tell stories that involve horsepower, brake and wheel diameters and 0-to-60 times – and the people who make it happen. Because behind every awesome vehicle are amazing people with vision and the desire to make it a reality. I cover Mopar, Dodge, SRT and motorsports for FCA Digital Media. I learned to drive on a 1973 Jeep CJ-5 with the rare Super Jeep option package and three-speed manual transmission. I still belong to the dwindling club of people who prefer to shift their own gears, and think the best way to drive is with the top down!