If you have your VON and your Vin you can go to Dodge.com and then select owners, then order tracking. Enter your information and you will see your status.
Not really sir mine was in D1 for 9 months...Well, to update my own thread....Got a VIN today. In "D" status, so no dates available. I guess once it moves to D1 things happen quickly.
Crap. Now I gotta figure out what I am gonna do with my 2019. I wonder if my wife will let me keep both. After all, they will be different colors.....
I will start holding my breath right now for the credit for my spare tire deletion...I assume that you meant to be funny but you have hit upon the truth. Dodge has many parts/accessories to get rid of before the new Durango next year. If they sell too many base models, Dodge will be stuck with all those extra sunroofs or whatever. If people go ahead with the red leather so they can get the HK sound system (for example) and then Dodge runs out of the HKs, all they will get is a credit. Perhaps.
Personally, all I want is the base model but I have a feeling it will never be allowed for sale. I hope I am wrong...
Everyone at my wife's workplace really liked the Red interior with the Octane Red exterior. We like it but to each their own...I have never regretted my red interior. It was done tastefully and have enjoyed it. Not to mention all the positive comments I get from people when they see it.
I would not put to much faith on what you are seeing on the Website nor did my dealer know or so they said just all of a sudden I get an email saying "hey guess what?? Your Durango has arrived!" that was a week prior to what was printed on the website.Another update: delivery now estimated at March 20th. Perfect. I think I will be out of town on a business trip....
It is actually not that bad my 2022 stickered for $82,440 it is pretty loaded but I did not add second row consol or the upgraded brakes or stripes.This is true, but the Hellcat was a "one-off" in 2021 and is a "one-off" in 2023. the Durango SRT 392, which is what I am talking about, had a base MSRP in 2019 of $62,995; in 2023 the base MSRP is $70,690. 10-12% price increase in 4 model years is not, IMO, a significant increase compared to the rest of the market. The fact that you can't buy one for $70,690, and that you have to spend (if you can get one) ~$77K for a Plus or ~$83K for a Premium, is how they get ya....
Plum Crazy Purple has completely debunked this theory, go and check it out you will see I am correct.Lighter colors like white and silver result in faster cars. You see, darker colors absorb photons and thus make the cars heavier and slower. Lighter colors (and especially lighter metallics) like white and silver reflect photons and the cars are thus lighter and faster. And, in some cases, the reflected photons can actually give a slight forward "push" to SUV's due to the increased painted surface area of the liftgate, resulting in even more speed.
That's my story and I'm sticking with it!
Interesting may I ask why?If not too late, I STRONGLY recommend NOT undercoating it.....
WE had our Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT for 10 years and it was my wife's DD and saw plenty of salt in that 10-year time period. It was garage kept and I was religious about keeping it clean even in the winter. There was zero rust on the under side when we traded it in.It has been know that if the surface is not properly prepped or if the coating isn't applied correctly, water can get between the surface and coating. Or the coating can block body drain holes.
What the heck??? Just like 2022, no lightweight package even though it is listed on the option sheet.Received a call today from my dealer salesman that the order bank had opened for the base model 2023 DD SRT 392!
I went down there to order it in Vapor Gray. Unfortunately (for me) only the 2022 colors could be ordered - Destroyer Gray, white, red, black. I asked the manager to confirm that was he looking at the 2023 colors. Yes.
I walked out.
I think once they had sufficient orders to make the more profitable high optioned models their attention is now on looking at available parts inventory and cleaning out these part bins. If I was in charge of the P&L and my bonus was tagged to getting the most out of what I had to work with this is what I would be doing. Remember, this is it for JNAP, they would really like to have as much gone as possible before they turn off the lights sometime the week of 12/22/2023.Damn...so we did get bamboozled. When I ordered my 2023 in late November, all the local dealers (Northern Virginia) assured me that they had limited allocations and were going to sell every single one (well I spoke to about 4 dealers; 2 of them told me that their allocations were all sold already, and the other 2 were looking for well above MSRP). I negotiated down to MSRP, and felt like I got a deal. If they are now accepting orders for base models....there must be allocations left.....:-(
Congrats... I can't wait to see your Lightwieght Package, I tried so hard to order this for my 2022 DDSRT...Okay, for you guys who've been waiting like me, I was finally able to order an SRT 392 in base trim today.
- Destroyer Gray
- Black suede and leather seats
- Black Package
- Lightweight Performance Package
- Pirelli P-Zeros
Pissed I can't order the sunroof, Harmon-Kardon and Premium Interior Group, but at least I don't have to live with those red seats.
Order away, boys. No telling how long the window will remain open.