2000 Dodge Dakota
196,735 Miles
$6,969

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2000 Dodge Dakota
131,363 Miles
$3,905

Pierre, SD
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48,000 Miles
$6,990

Big Lake, MN
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2000 Dodge Dakota
193,801 Miles
$2,995

Winona, MN
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2000 Dodge Dakota
129,814 Miles
$3,488

Cincinnati, OH
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2000 Dodge Dakota
151,236 Miles
$4,995

Hilo, HI
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2000 Dodge Dakota
122,420 Miles
$2,995

Fostoria, OH
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2000 Dodge Dakota
146,135 Miles
$8,999

Cut Bank, MT
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2000 Dodge Dakota
79,949 Miles
$7,499

Charlotte, NC
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2000 Dodge Dakota
105,269 Miles
$6,488

Thomaston, GA
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157,506 Miles
$5,950

Mc Cook, NE
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2000 Dodge Dakota
109,949 Miles
$6,798

Rockford, IL
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2000 Dodge Dakota
130,072 Miles
$6,995

Spokane, WA
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2000 Dodge Dakota
144,236 Miles
$5,999

Aberdeen, SD
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2000 Dodge Dakota
128,570 Miles
$2,999

Aberdeen, SD
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2000 Dodge Dakota
149,647 Miles
$5,240

Layton, UT
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2000 Dodge Dakota
42,549 Miles
$12,999

Lawrenceville, GA
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2000 Dodge Dakota
203,548 Miles
$3,400

Milwaukee, WI
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$2,950

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99,807 Miles
$4,995

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2000 Dodge Dakota Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0

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2000 Dodge Dakota - Workhorse of the family

Stacy
Mastic Beach, New York
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
I owned a Dodge Dakota for over ten years. I bought it as a hand-me-down from my dad, who had taken pretty good care of it for several years. It drove beautifully, even though it was a pickup, it still had maneuverability, great pickup (0-60) and was not an incredible gas hog, although it did eat more gas than a car. I used her for more than five different moves from house-to-house, dragging anything from washers and dryers to couches with no problem at all. In fact, I have to comment on the four-wheel drive, which helped me in the very worst of snow conditions. I can recall one time when I pulled a police car from a snow-filled embankment with very little trouble at all. I had a lined bed, which also helped in keeping the truck looking great while hauling anything from groceries to s... (more)
Story
I took her to the beach, where she powered through sand dunes with the ease of a tiger. She was awesome at the beach, never getting stuck, practically driving into the surf and back out with no trouble at all.
Pros
Great 0-60 speed, incredible horsepower, four-wheel drive in slick conditions, wonderful looking, gave you a bird's eye view of the road, and intimidated other drivers into getting out of the way. I can't say more good things about the Dakota. She looked great and drove well for 20 years and continues to be a workhorse today. Also, I should mention, that it was very easy to work on her engine, the underside was quite easy to get to, and working on the wheels and undercarriage were a breeze.
Cons
The Dakota was a little bit of a gas hog. She was not for short or even long, really. IF you wanted to go out for groceries every day or drive her to back and forth to work, you might choose something a little more environmentally friendly. I saved her for the real jobs, like moving things, which is where she shined.

2000 Dodge Dakota - Old enough to drive itself

Dorothy
Converse, Texas
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
Love this truck! This truck has been going strong for 17 years. I've travelled from California to North Carolina and many points in between. The interior materials are of lesser quality, but durable. The V8 engine requires little beyond regular maintenance. No issues with the transmission. It gets better fuel economy than a full size truck. The paint has held up remarkably well given the age and abuse it's been put through.
Story
I took off on a weekend trip from San Antonio to El Paso, Texas. Since I had a lot of time to kill, I planned the trip using all dirt roads. I filled up the Jerry Cans, tossed a few jugs of water in the bed and cracked open a Red Bull and got to it. Rolling through Texas hill country out to the Western Mountains was a beautiful, breathtaking experience that I would recommend for anyone. The Da... (more)
Pros
Classic styling, high reliability, good off-road and foul weather performance. Handles well on and off-road. There is still a large after market for accessories and parts. Many internet forums have a wealth of information are still active. The truck is easily accessible for routine maintenance and repairs. The body is starting to give way to rust, but that can be expected after a few winters in northeast Ohio.
Cons
The bed is too short for many things you would do in a full size. The factory sound system is lackluster, but upgrading the head unit and speakers is an easy task. The factory ash tray/coin holder breaks easily and falls out. These trucks have a problem with a linkage falling loose from the transfer case. It easily fixed with a $12 part from the dealership, but it had to be special ordered.

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