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Dodge Dakota Facts

Dodge Dakota Information

The following facts about the Dodge Dakota, manufactured by Daimler Chrysler, were retrieved from many sources. We only strive to point out major facts that could be most useful to our customers here.

Since being first introduced in 1987, the Dodge Dakota truck is known as the Dodge Ram's brother. To the right, and below, are some interesting facts about the Dodge Dakota.

The Dodge Dakota is classified as a mid-size pickup truck. The Dodge Dakota is body-on-frame constructed with leaf spring/live axle rear end.

The Dodge Ram is built in the Warren Truck Assembly in Warren, Michigan as of late 2006.

The Dodge Dakota was the first work truck to sport a rack and pinion system. Dodge Dakota is only offered in Club Cab or Quad Cab after 2006.

Dodge Dakota Truck Enthusiasts love to accessorize their trucks, here are ten of their favorite truck accessories categories:

For more information, visit our Dodge Dakota History section as well.

Sources: Wikipedia, Dodge

Dodge Dakota Truck

Produced By: Daimler Chrysler
Years: 1987 - Present
Class: Mid size pickup

Generation 1 - Dodge Dakota

Produced: 1987 - 1996
Body Type: 2-Door Hardtop / 2-Door Convertible
6.5 / 8 Ft Bed
Engine Size: 2.2L L4
2.5L L4
3.9L Magnum V6
5.2L Magnum V8

Generation 2 - Dodge Dakota

Produced: 1997 - 2004
Body Type: 2-Door / 4-Door
5.25 / 6.5 / 8 Ft Bed
Engine Size: 2.5L L4
3.7L Magnum / PowerTech V6
3.9L Magnum V6
4.7L Magnum / POwertech V8
5.2L Magnum V8
5.9L Magnum V8

Generation 3 - Dodge Dakota

Produced: 2005 - 2011
Body Type: 2-Door / 4-Door
5.33 / 6.5 Ft Bed
Engine Size: 3.7L Magnum / PowerTech V6
4.7L Magnum / PowerTech V8