The website CarComplaints is reporting that the 2011 Dodge Durango has received the highest number of complaints.

among all of the third-generation Durangos, complaints were not received. This particular model year distinguishes out because to issues with low mileage and high servicing expenditures throughout the year. The

2011 model year has been the subject of complaints from more than 150 individuals regarding issues with the power. The TIMP does not always function properly on this kind, and as a result, the vehicle does not start. Our

meticulously maintained 2011 Dodge Durango Citadel did not begin behaving normally. was the owner of the vehicle till it had around 52,000 miles on it. In the beginning, it was only a modest and occurred on chilly mornings throughout the winter. It has expanded throughout the course of time. In every

instance in which I use the remote to start the vehicle, it goes all the way up, and then after a few period of time, it switches off. When we attempt to start the car manually, the problem will become even more severe; according to one owner of a Durango, the vehicle will become "stuck" in the turning stage and will never turn

over completely. In most cases, this problem manifests itself in the first I have had a 2011 Dodge Durango for a few years.