2008 Dodge Dakota
132,708 Miles
$12,098

Windsor, CO
Track Price Check Availability

2004 Dodge Dakota
101,072 Miles
$7,990

Luverne, MN
Track Price Check Availability

2008 Dodge Dakota
61,466 Miles
$15,490

Devine, TX
Track Price Check Availability

2010 Dodge Dakota
85,001 Miles
$16,985

Lawrenceburg, IN
Track Price Check Availability

2002 Dodge Dakota
176,400 Miles
$3,991

Brooklyn Park, MN
Track Price Check Availability

2003 Dodge Dakota
131,488 Miles
$8,650

Dyersville, IA
Track Price Check Availability

2009 Dodge Dakota
40,338 Miles
$19,995

Medford, OR
Track Price Check Availability

2006 Dodge Dakota
77,490 Miles
$9,000

Casper, WY
Track Price Check Availability

2004 Dodge Dakota
132,016 Miles
$7,998

Virden, IL
Track Price Check Availability

2002 Dodge Dakota
118,396 Miles
$9,490

Pekin, IL
Track Price Check Availability

1993 Dodge Dakota
201,778 Miles
$3,990

Pekin, IL
Track Price Check Availability

2002 Dodge Dakota
133,289 Miles
$4,990

Pekin, IL
Track Price Check Availability

2008 Dodge Dakota
94,955 Miles
$13,495

Shoreline, WA
Track Price Check Availability

2004 Dodge Dakota
41,812 Miles
$12,995

Oak Ridge, TN
Track Price Check Availability

2009 Dodge Dakota
55,398 Miles
$15,888

Los Banos, CA
Track Price Check Availability

2005 Dodge Dakota
114,833 Miles
$7,977

Havelock, NC
Track Price Check Availability

2004 Dodge Dakota
149,917 Miles
$6,995

Collinsville, IL
Track Price Check Availability

2009 Dodge Dakota
28,726 Miles
$20,295

Farmington, NM
Track Price Check Availability

2007 Dodge Dakota
86,160 Miles
$13,000

Falls City, NE
Track Price Check Availability

2005 Dodge Dakota
105,376 Miles
$11,999

Puyallup, WA
Track Price Check Availability

Dodge Dakota Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.9
Style
4.1
Comfort
3.9
Fuel Economy
2.7
Maintenance
3.9

Dodge Dakota Pricing Analysis

Active Listings
Mileage

May 2017 Nationwide Dodge Dakota Prices

Dodge Dakota Owner Ratings & Reviews

2000 Dodge Dakota - A look I love, plenty of motor, and so practical for daily life

Bardstown, Kentucky
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Maintenance
2.0
I truly love the look of the 2000 Dodge Dakota Quad Cab with the XLT package. I particularly love the styling of the wheel well protrusions, particularly for the front wheels. I love the look of the front grill. The truck's profile is pleasing to the eye. The particular truck I have was bought used, and the previous owner had the vehicle stripped of all identifying markers except the symbol that says "V8 Magnum." The clean look, dark tinted windows, spray on bed liner, lowered suspension, and premium alloy wheels give this truck a high-end look. I also love the practicality of the truck. As a father of five, the quad cab is much needed and often used. I found the back seat floor board to be surprisingly spacious. While one sacrifices some bed space because of the four doors, the bed s... (more)
Title
I remember several occasions in the driveway of our home with my son, using the tailgate as a work table for my miter saw as we built the playhouse for my children to use.
Pros
I truly love the look of the body style, particularly the wheel well protrusions, front grill, and shape of the hood. I love the spacious nature of the quad cab. I have also found the rear seats lifting up to be a very nice perk. I have been able to store things under them or lift them up to allow for transport of larger items in the back of the cab. I like the power of the V8 Magnum, 4.7L engine. Plenty of get up and go and power to tow trailers and/or boating equipment.
Cons
I have been disappointed with the nature and frequency of break downs and other mechanical issues with the truck. The steering and tire rod issue came to be a problem too early in the truck's life, in my opinion. I also had the tail pipe break loose from the muffler, again, I believe earlier than should be expected. The factory sound system in the truck leaves something to be desired as well - really lacks bass responsiveness.

2005 Dodge Dakota - Disappointed

Elizabethtown, North Carolina
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
2.0
When I first purchased this vehicle I was extremely happy with it. It had about 30,000 miles and ran perfectly. The interior was real nice, electronic windows, locks and mirrors all worked perfectly. About a year into driving the vehicle the panels holding the window and lock switches popped out of the door. I had to essentially glue them back into place. The plastic finish on all the interior panels began to come loose and tear, the driver seat fabric began to rip as well. All of this was with less than 50,000 miles on the vehicle. About a year after I began to have a lot of random issues with the truck. The first thing I had to fix was an airbag sensor in the passenger seat that was causing the vehicle to register an air bag warning. Several months later it developed an exhaust leak ... (more)
Title
Finding an empty stretch of highway and seeing how fast I can get this little thing up to 100mph. I was surprised how quickly it could do it
Pros
Look, it's a sleek looking vehicle Power, even with a V8 4.7L engine this truck will get up and go quick Towing capacity, I haven't found anything this truck couldn't pull that I needed it to.
Cons
A lot of minor issues, seems to nickel and dime you to death with a $200 repair 4 times a year or so. Small Bed - Not much room at all in the bed of this truck to carry items. A mattress will not fit with the tailgate up. The back seats are so small, only children can fit

1991 Dodge Dakota - Best little truck ever

Tucson, Arizona
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
I bought the truck from a friend 10 years ago for under two thousand dollars. I have added about one hundred thousand miles since I signed the title in my name. It has been a great truck for it being my first truck. It is a v-8 so it always has had great get up and go. Bench seat is perfect for just my son and I.
Title
My son and I finding hills to drive and dip in and out of. Driving road trip (with my son) almost lost in Colorado, and she did awesome, got us safe there and back safe and sound.
Pros
It is close to becoming a historical vehicle. Very easy to maintain, and yes since I am a woman I can say that because yes I have changed my oil, and then some. My little Dakota has been all throughout my state of Arizona where heat is sometimes a factor with car performance, but not my baby. She had held together very well, even when a mini van changed lines into me. She got front side driver panel damaged some, and the mini van lets just say, complete side slider door will never open again for the van.
Cons
The extended cab to fit 5 people would have been nice, along with the rear sliding window. But like I said it used when I purchased it off a friend. Not really any cons, as long I keep her oil clean and pay attention to any small noises, and know her insides and out, to detect any prevailing dangers, or any tuning up needed before its too late and make thing a large repair bill.