The word Durango evokes roughness, a macho attitude, and maybe an unshaven
cowhand smoking a hand-rolled cigarette in the glaring noon heat while perched atop a flea-bitten plug of a horse.
When Dodge gave the moniker that might be the tagline for a gritty
Western movie to its manly truck-wagon, it was clearly aiming for the first two.
Thoughtful style, cozy heated and cooled leather seats, and ample space for six or maybe
even seven people to relax reveal a gentler, more sensitive side behind that mannish visage