The Durango offers serious SUV performance and towing capability with fuel economy that's impressive for a vehicle of this type. It handles rides and drives surprisingly well. The Durango is closely related to the Jeep Grand Cherokee which is trendier but lacks the Durango's third row of seats.
Automakers unveiled numerous cars this week, most which are geared for the fast-growing Chinese market. But some of the sweet rides will also be sold in the U.S.
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