Although the Dodge Durango has three rows of seating and often serves as a family vehicle, it's not as docile or fuel-efficient as other midsize SUVs (and this is how Dodge owners like it). With its lineup of torque-rich V8 engines, the Durango has an irresistibly rebellious attitude and will easily tow a medium-size travel trailer when properly equipped. The base V6 engine provides a comparatively calmer performance. Available four-wheel-drive systems provide foul-weather capability. You'll also find key infotainment and safety technology. Overall, the Dodge Durango has much to offer, but its personality appeals most to consumers seeking a traditional SUV.