Dodge Durango Brass Monkey and Anodized Platinum
“I’m Tim K and I get respect, your 60-month finance is what I expect.” This is not a direct quote attributable to Dodge chief Tim Kuniskis, but let’s pretend, upon the occasion of the launch of the Durango’s Brass Monkey and Anodized Platinum appearance packages, that it is.
The Anodized Platinum package, available on Citadel models, is a ride fit to carry Ali Baba and six of the forty thieves straight to Orange Julius, bearing as it does 20-inch “Satin Carbon” aluminum wheels, and a platinum-finished grille, fog-lamp bezels, door handles, badges, mirror caps, and lower sills. Just the thing for doing a hundred and twenty, plowing over mailboxes.
Opt for a Limited trim Durango and you can walk away with the Brass Monkey package, featuring 20-inch burnished Bronze aluminum wheels, gloss-black exterior badging and grille, and a Licensed to Ill–era monochrome paint job. It’s just the thing for rolling low and slow, blaring the Nuge’s “Home Bound” and singing along with former Detroit Piston Bill Laimbeer.
If you’ve hit it big after swiping a bailiff’s wallet and heading straight the OTB, the Anodized Platinum package will run you $1095 on top of the Citadel’s $41,970 price, while the Brass Monkey will add $995 to the Limited’s $37,490 bill. Feel like shopping? Head on down to Sergio’s Boutique.
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