Two weeks ago we purchased an awesome white 2021 Durango RT. Since new my wife has complained of a hot smell, but I had never experienced it...until yesterday. She pulled into the driveway after a short roadtrip & there was smoke coming from under the hood & chassis. I crawled under & found fluid blown back on undercarriage. It was fairly clear & petroleum based. I popped the hood & checked the oil, brake fluid & antifreeze (all full), but there is no easy way to check the transmission without proper tools & a scanner. We called the dealership & they said to just drive it back in today. On the way I had more smoke & check engine light. 1/4 mile from dealership the transmission quit shifting. With only 200 miles on the vehicle, I’m sure that Dodge will take car of issue, but I’m concerned about long term effects on overheated transmission that was run extremely low on fluid? Anyone had similar experience? Will Dodge extend my transmission warranty? My wife is VERY concerned to say the least.