"Bigger, bolder and tougher." That's how Dodge described its Dakota pickup truck, as redesigned for 2005. A V-6 is standard, but the Dakota can be fitted with either of two V-8s, and Club Cab and Quad Cab models are offered. Dakotas are available with rear- or four-wheel drive in three trim ... Read Full Report
Formerly a modest, utilitarian midsize pickup, Dodge Dakota has grown into a pretty formidable truck. Dakota now sports aggressive big-rig styling lifted from the full-size Ram, and it's just a smidge smaller than full- size. It can be ordered with a choice of several beefy V-8 engines, just like the big boys. The four-wheel-drive Quad Cab Laramie that I drove is the top-drawer model, a ... Read full review for the 2007 Dodge Dakota
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The truck drives nice, runs good, never breaks down its a good truck, I like the size of the truck not to big not to small just right. It gets about 15-16 mpg city and highway wich is not to bad for t... Read Full Review
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