The most popular cars in Europe, by far, are the small hatches, running on little diesels with stick-shifts, which are able to easily make their way through undersized streets and alleys, avoid punitive engine-size taxes, and sip expensive fuel rather than gulping it down. Yet, the most popular Chrysler vehicle in Europe now appears to be the relatively large Fiat Freemont, also known as the Dodge Journey. This fact may be one reason why Fiat allegedly intends to bring over the Dodge Durango, albeit with the smaller 3-liter engine mentioned earlier this week. The timetable for the Durango is uncertain, but it would almost certainly be a niche vehicle, given that it is a moderately high-end vehicle even in the United States, with pricing varying from $29,495 to $39,995 depending on model (without including options). The combination of size, luxurious interior, and relative economy with the eight-speed automatic may..
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