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Dodge Dakota

The Dodge Dakota is a full sized pickup truck. If you have daily tasks to do that require a pickup truck, then this small truck is dexterous and have the capability to carry out jobs beyond its capabilities. Dodge sure created something special by splitting the difference, producing a vehicle that can handle most full sized tasks without surrendering the ease of an everyday compact. Dodge seems to have partly succeeded its mission by inhabiting a comfortable niche market. Even with its success, Dodge Dakota has no direct competitor attraction. This has been the company's fourth try at coming up with a smaller pickup that is viable and it succeeded.

Dodge introduced the first generation of Dakota models in 1987 through 1996. The 1987 version has two wheelbases; one is 123.9 inches and the other is 111.9 inches. You can opt for a 8 foot bed or 6.5 foot bed that come in three varying trim levels; namely the standard base, the LE base and the SE base. The model had a traditional cab with two doors, which, at the time, was the single one that was offered. The vehicles power was from one of the following: a 2.2 liter or 3.9 liter. You could have access to both options with a manual five speed transmission or automatic three speed transmission. This vehicle had a four wheel drive. However, at the time, buyers were encouraged to upgrade to the V6 engine, in an attempt to add Dodge Dakota performance parts.

Later in 1990, Dodge improved the Dakota model by adding extended cabs with a long frame and a wheelbase of 130.9 inches. It had a spacious rear seat that looked like a bench. However, it lacked a second pair of doors for that ease and convenience in getting in and out of the vehicle. In the first year of manufacturer, this model was only available in a two wheel drive. It came with one extra horsepower and received popularity, even amidst viable competition. In 1998, there were some changes to the standard Dakota model, but not as much. Dodge placed its concentration on the launch of the Durango SUV, which looked similar in appearance as the Dakota model. The new 1998 model had a huge 5.9 liter and could go as much as 60 miles per hour in only seven seconds. So, it was faster and had superior engine capabilities.

The third generation of Dodge Dakota came onto the marketplace in the year 2005. This version boasts an improved style with its flared fenders and huge grille. It was obvious that this came from inspiration from the Dakota's bigger brother, which was the RAM Series pickup truck. This new model was macho in style and had a strong platform with a coiled front suspension, boxed frame and three selections in engines. It had 3.7 liter and two V8 engines. There has not been much change in the 2007 model, but the 2008 upgraded its power. If you have a Dodge Dakota model and you need body parts, PartsGeek.com has Dodge Dakota parts catalog where you can make your choice.



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Reviewer: Mike

Fast delivery, item was very well priced and fit perfect!


Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Rusty

Perfect fit for the Dakota!

1998 Dodge Dakota Tailgate Support Cable

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Richard

Just what I needed.

1989 Dodge Dakota Bypass Hose

Somewhat Satisfied
Reviewer: Ben

Product was fine. Fit like a glove. No Problems.

Delivery time was a little slower than most internet items I have ordered.


Very Satisfied
Reviewer: ticker

just like oem parts very good fit

2004 Dodge Dakota Tail Light Assembly

Somewhat Satisfied
Reviewer: jose roman

Cool product, fast delivery right part a little bit hard to adjust the beam but yes you are able to do so I would recommended. 2000 4x4 dakota :)