2006 Dodge Dakota
30,976 Miles
$19,995

Salem, OR
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2005 Dodge Dakota
118,520 Miles
$9,995

Boise, ID
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1999 Dodge Dakota
104,116 Miles
$6,496

Littleton, CO
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2005 Dodge Dakota
115,730 Miles
$6,988

Las Cruces, NM
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2005 Dodge Dakota
126,022 Miles
$8,987

Weiser, ID
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2006 Dodge Dakota
81,024 Miles
$11,900

Cedarburg, WI
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2010 Dodge Dakota
47,921 Miles
$15,888

Newark, DE
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2004 Dodge Dakota
55,176 Miles
$10,494

Newark, DE
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2005 Dodge Dakota
92,496 Miles
$8,878

New Britain, CT
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2003 Dodge Dakota
158,900 Miles
$8,995

Lake Wales, FL
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2002 Dodge Dakota
180,018 Miles
$3,995

Plainview, TX
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1993 Dodge Dakota
107,194 Miles
$4,990

Portland, OR
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2007 Dodge Dakota
113,862 Miles
$12,965

Cheyenne, WY
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2006 Dodge Dakota
92,111 Miles
$9,427

Springfield, OH
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2003 Dodge Dakota
107,622 Miles
$10,048

Westminster, CO
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2010 Dodge Dakota
51,096 Miles
$17,995

Beaverton, OR
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2002 Dodge Dakota
111,658 Miles
$2,795

Farmingdale, NY
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2004 Dodge Dakota
104,945 Miles
$9,995

Waukegan, IL
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2008 Dodge Dakota
89,506 Miles
$14,972

Northumberland, PA
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Dodge Dakota Buyer's Guide

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

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Dodge Dakota Owner Ratings & Reviews

2003 Dodge Dakota - Great 4 Door Truck

North Charleston, South Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
3.0
I purchased my 2003 Dodge a year ago, nervous because I had never owned or driven a Dodge, let alone a less than full size truck. The first think I noticed was the exceptional space in the back seat. I have two children and with car seats installed there is still room for a person to sit if necessary. I appreciate this as often times my youngest needs to be soothed. I also was very impressed with the overall driving experience. This truck handles like a car which I am very used to. It is easy to park and back up and this is normally a task for me. After driving only a car or large truck in the past this vehicle turned out easier to maneuver than either of the vehicles in the past. The truck is sharp looking, being black and we have added touches of chrome to add to the aesthetics. All ... (more)
Story
Pulling into the gas station and the young man walking up and telling me how good the truck looked
Pros
My favorite thing about this truck is how awesome it looks and how perfect it turned out to be for my family. The vehicle is timeless, it looks like a newer model truck even though it is over ten years old. I hate driving a vehicle that looks like it has aged or is out of date and this is just not the case with this Dodge. It is Black with touches of Chrome added to it and just looks sharp and clean. We have added aftermarket wheels that are chrome and black as well to complete the look. As far as the space is concerned, my family fits in this truck! We have two kids and there is room for ... (more)
Cons
There are a few things that could use some improvement on this model Dodge Dakota. First and foremost, the Air Conditioner. After service and recharge it still does not have the cooling we expected. The blower and vents are designed in a manner that the air is restricted or something and it takes a very long time for the vehicle to cool down. I really do have to start the vehicle before letting the kids in so that the back is cooler. Next is the Driver seat being narrow with the console down, and the handle to move the position of the seat being directly in the middle. This is a terrible i... (more)

1999 Dodge Dakota - It's rugged, has a ton of miles and runs strong.

Rahway, New Jersey
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
4.0
This Dodge pickup is a monster. It has a powerful V8 engine and is four-wheel drive capable. Within seconds, it can go from a two-wheel drive pickup to a four by four monster. My current truck has over 220,000 miles, yet it drives like I just pulled it fresh out of a dealer's lot. It has a six-foot bed which fits pretty much anything in it that you need for any type of work you do, whether it be home improvements or for the job site. Even having the bed loaded with gravel from front to back, the truck performed at a five-star level. The transmission is what people question the most on pickup trucks. However, I must say, this truck's transmission, still to this day, has never slipped or caused me any issues what so ever. Dodge made a keeper on this model pickup. From top to bottom this ... (more)
Story
One day I decided to go off-roading in my truck. It was raining out and I decided to drive up a hill which at the bottom had a river running along the side of it. I started to slide down the hill toward the water. I quickly shifted into four-wheel drive and before you know it, I started making my way back up the hill.
Pros
The Dodge Dakota pickup has a beautifully built 5.2 liter Magnum V-8 engine. Man, Magnum is the perfect word for this baby. The second you put your foot on the pedal you feel instant power. My particular truck is purple and is now known as Purple Thunder due to the rumble of that Magnum once the pedal is to the metal. Besides the wonderful engine, it has a near perfect transmission built in. The two work hand in hand with each other to make this truck not only powerful, but also a 4x4 beast. Within seconds, you can be ready to take on mud, snow, rivers, hills, ANYTHING in your path. I have... (more)
Cons
Dodge made a top notch pickup truck with the 1999 Dakota 4x4. Although the positives outweigh the negatives by a landslide, there are still some spots for concern. Gas mileage in this truck is by far its lowest grade. My truck has the automatic transmission built in, however with the manual transmission you may receive better results. While driving in the city you get about 12 miles per gallon on a good day and while driving on highways about 16. Now that number can vary depending on tire pressure, tune up, mileage, and so on. But even brand new, they advertise numbers just like I mentione... (more)

1995 Dodge Dakota - A solid truck for its age

East Point, Georgia
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
5.0
The 1995 Dodge Dakota is is one of the best used car investments I have ever made. Don't let the old age fool you, this truck is a beast. It drives so smooth and quiet that you wouldn't even know that it has a V8 in it. The truck has good gas mileage especially given that it's an almost 20 year old vehicle. I paid about three grand for this truck used with 100,350 already on it. Over the past 5 years I put about 108000 miles on it. In that entire time, it never needed any major repairs done. The three things I like most about this truck is that it can take a beating, is easy to repair, and is a very smooth ride. I use my Dakota mainly for transporting heavy equipment to construction sites. It may not be as good as a 2015 model Dakota but it gets the job done. Most of the repairs can... (more)
Story
I took my dodge to a small car show. I got lots of attention and many people made offers to buy it. Apparently, there are less than a few hundred of these specific models made. I ultimately turned them all down, but I felt absolutely wonderful on my drive home.
Pros
It is a smooth ride. The truck runs quiet when taken care of. It is very reliable and rarely has any major problems. Some of the things I love about this vehicle are the V8 engine, the custom Mark lll body kit, and the sporty feel it has when driving.
Cons
The gas mileage could be better. If you don't keep up the maintenance, you will definitely run into major problem Because of its old age. My model is a custom Mark III limited edition. Some of the interior parts like the wood dashboard, and ceiling lights are expensive and extremely hard to find. If you mess up the custom body kit you can forget it. The only way to repair that is to have it custom built at a body shop. Also, I've heard from mechanics that this model is very sensitive to the type of oil you put in it.