A mid-size SUV that hasn't seen significant alteration since 2011, the Dodge Durango
It entered the market with real capabilities, a rear-wheel-drive architecture, and an optional 360-horsepower
HEMI V-8, whereas the majority of its contemporaries of a comparable size were transitioning to crossovers.
The same year, the Ford Explorer lost its V-8 and switched to front-wheel drive.
The Nissan Pathfinder came out a few years later.
In 2010, the Toyota 4Runner also lost its available V-8 (and impressive towing capability), even if it continued to keep loyal to its off-road heritage.
If you've recently been shopping for an SUV, you either went through sticker shock or gave up and accepted the exorbitant costs
Particularly if you desire a large SUV with three rows of seats and a large towing capacity, this is true.