SUV. Sport Utility Vehicle. Three simple words that so many car makers seem to have forgotten. Over the years the SUV has been declining. Slowly starting to act more like a glorified minivan than a sport utility vehicle. Sure, most SUV owners don’t take their SUVs off-roading but wouldn’t it be nice to know that you could?
The Dodge Durango has been in hibernation for quite some time now, but it is back and looks and performs better than ever. Zero to sixty is done in just 9.2 seconds thanks to the optional 360 horsepower V8 engine. That’s a pretty impressive time for a car that boasts best-in-class towing capacity at 7,400 pounds.
If you’re concerned about your gas bill with this true SUV, don’t be. The Dodge Durango gets an impressive 16 mpg in the city and 22 on the highway.