I bought the Durango because it had 7
passenger seating and was NOT a mini-
van. I wanted the security of 4x4
since we have ice & snow 9 mo out of
the year. Turns out the Durango is
quite squirly on the ice, the rear end
swings out, and it comes standard with
4 ply tires which are no good in rural
areas or mixed dirt & pavement. Lots
of flats. Oh and no anti-lock braking
if the 4x4 is engaged.
7 passenger seating is great for kids
and when third seat not needed there
is lots of cargo space. Tows like a
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