The latest Jeep Grand Cherokee can handle the rigors of Moab while also delivering every day luxury. And it's now more flexible than ever thanks to both two- and three-row versions on offer. We've just taken a spin in the two-row.

Aston Martin's DBX has only been out a year but is already accounting for roughly one out of every two sales. No surprise then that Aston Martin is working on additional variants of the DBX, with the first of these new variants revealed as a mild-hybrid.

A new Dodge Durango based on the body-on-frame platform of the full-size Wagoneer could be coming. The Durango is a vehicle Stellantis will want to keep in its lineup, considering it is on track to reach over 60,000 sales this year, and that's in the U.S. alone.

You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.

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