Well, the more we look at newer Durango's, the more we are thinking that we will simply keep the one we have. Will wait for awhile on a new engine, but will have the new headlights we bought installed. We did find a 2014 Dodge Citadel V-8, for $21,000, that has all of the "bells and whistles" that are nice, including navigational system and backup camera, but no tow package. When we bought our 2005 Durango SLT Magnum 4.7L, in Dec. 2005, we had a tow package installed. But, what our Durango has is a "Tow" button on the gear shift. When pushed, the engine automatically goes into "tow" performance. The 2014 doesn't have this button or, as already stated, no tow package. When I asked about installing a tow package, the salesman told me over the phone that he didn't know if a tow package could be installed. Have to have a tow package to pull our 20' Cuddy Cabin with a rather large I/O 5.7L V-8 engine, sitting on a 27' dual-axle trailer.