Cars named after geographical locations are often a favorite choice for automotive marketing departments. The choices are many for names based on mountains, cities, states, and even oceans. Nearly all car companies had at least one car named after some geographical location that has some connection with the history or the product.
Amongst dozens of such vehicles, some were successful and some not. We handpicked 25 of the best and most famous examples of cars named after geographical locations right here.
25. Dodge Durango
The Durango is a well-known full-size family SUV that is quite popular on the North American market due to its versatility. Introduced in 1999, it is still in production in its third generation. The first two generations, produced from 1993-2003 and 2004-2009, were based on Dodge Dakota chassis. As a result, they had strong underpinnings and a ladder-type chassis (via Auto Evolution).