The Dodge Durango isn’t exactly a young whippersnapper, considering it’s been on the market since 1998 (with the exception of that brief year between 2009 and 2011 when Dodge decided to do a much-needed redesign. It stepped backward in size for the third-gen model, dipping back to the midsized segment after a brief run as a full-sized model during the lifecycle of the second generation. The third generation is actually getting a little long in the tooth as well, and we expected a new-gen model for 2018. Instead, Dodge graced us with the 2018 Durango SRT. At first, this was a bit of a disappointment until we realized that it also comes complete with a 6.4-liter, Hemi, V-8 that’s good for 475 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque, making it the fasted SUV in its class. Even with a curb weight of 5,510 pounds, it can hit the 60-mph sprint in 4.4 seconds and the quarter mile in just 12 seconds. And, despite the fact that it wasn’t completely redesigned for 2018, it still looks pretty damn good with the sportier exterior and interior, all courtesy of the SRT badge.