Though the Dodge Durango has long been classified as a midsize sport-utility vehicle, its designers actually made it a half-size larger in order to fill the niche between the midsize and full-size SUV classes. As such, the Durango is often just the right size for buyers who need more interior room and towing capability than a typical midsize SUV can deliver, but don't want to take on the bulk of a true full-sizer.
The Durango offers three rows of seating, a range of V6 and V8 engines and a choice of rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. Over the years, the Durango has been known for its confident handling and composed, comfortable ride. Inside, the Durango offers an attractive and upscale design, with class-competitive quality and features. The second and third rows offer enough room for most families.