Dodge Dakota Extended Cab Trucks

Dodge Dakota Extended Cab

About Dodge Dakota Extended Cab

After Dodge redesigned the Dakota in 2008, the popular mid-size truck could no longer be tagged as a "mini-Ram". The Dakota's apparent success proves its buyers probably disdain today's bulked-up full-sized pickups, preferring a leaner exterior. With little compromise in interior room or workhorse ability, the Dakota delivers a trimmer package that makes it easier to negotiate congested city traffic and crowded parking lots. Yet the Dakota remains roomier and more potent than its smaller competitors. The Dakota comes in four distinct trim levels. Each is available with either aft-hinged rear doors – called Extended Cab – or the four conventional doors of the Crew Cab. Most are available with either rear-wheel or conventional four-wheel drive. Standard is a capable 210-horsepower V6, while an impressive 302-horsepower V8 is available.

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2010 Dodge Dakota Extended Cab
What's new for 2010?
2010 Dodge Dakota Extended Cab

The addition of Tokico shock modules and Arvin springs help improve an already notable ride.

2009 Dodge Dakota Extended Cab
What's new for 2009?
2009 Dodge Dakota Extended Cab

Two new names, Big Horn and Lone Star, replace the SXT trims, while the SLT, Sport and TRX 4x2 are dropped. New standard features include a tilt steering wheel on ST trims, while cloth bucket seats and 18-inch aluminum wheels are made standard on all Laramie models.

2008 Dodge Dakota Extended Cab
What's new for 2008?
2008 Dodge Dakota Extended Cab

A completely restyled front end, a more functional and attractive interior and radical improvements to its optional 4.7-liter V8 highlight changes for the 2008 Dodge Dakota.

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