Autoblog reviews the 2011 Dodge Durango and has this to say –
Surprisingly, when the roads got twisty, the Durango’s new fully-independent suspension somehow masked at least a thousand pounds. The R/T carved a sharp line through corners. Unlike V6 Durangos that use an electro-hydraulic power steering system, the HEMI R/T uses a standard hydraulic steering rack-and-pinion unit. The feedback and information delivery through the wheel was surprisingly helpful and full of life. This made the R/T genuinely entertaining on roads better suited to a Lotus Elise.
A Durango that handles well? Color me impressed.
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