Durango. The word brings to mind a large SUV packed with a family of 12, camping gear for six years and 25 hunting dogs that never fail to track your prey and retrieve your fresh kill - the ultimate tool for conquering all you survey. These are the remnants of the guts and glory left behind by RAM when it split off to become its own brand. In fact, it is the only vehicle left standing that represents the quintessential utilitarian side of Dodge. So it may come as a surprise that the name Durango is not exclusively synonymous with Dodge. In fact, before Durango was a Dodge, it was a Ford.