The 2018 Dodge Durango SRT was created to go fast, look mean, and haul a gaggle of people. The muscle truck of three-row crossover SUVs has one more ace up its sleeve—or tucked between its rumbling tailpipes.
Shove a massive engine into a vehicle and sometimes it increases its capabilities across the board. The Durango SRT can tow up to 8,700 pounds.
Until the 2018 Ford Expedition came around, the Durango SRT was the unsung king of the three-row towing scene. Its J2807 SAE-certified (read: scientists and engineers have its back) tow rating tops the truck-based Chevrolet Tahoe and GMC Yukon twins and the Nissan Armada. That feat is impressive given every one of the competitors utilizes body-on-frame construction, while the Durango SRT features a more carlike unibody construction.
It’s that rigid unibody that helps give the Durango SRT sports car-like reflexes on a curvy road, too.
After taking a road trip