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2006 Dodge Dakota OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Roger
Roger
Clinton, Arkansas
5.0
Best truck ever!
I bought this truck used. It was a dealer special where one of the salesmen drove it a while. It was in like new condition. It gets great gas mileage for a four-wheel drive truck. I average about 18 miles to the gallon. The truck is very durable. The features on this model are top of the line. I had to replace the manifold exhaust gasket on the drivers side. That is the only major repair I have done. The comfort of this truck is amazing. It rides like a Cadillac. I paid cash for it. The original price was very reasonable. The club cab is small. The seats are very uncomfortable. You have to have someone open the doors for you when you're sitting in the back because of the way the door handles are designed.
Pittsboro, Indiana
5.0
Solid, no frills daily driver,
This truck has been really reliable, I purchased it with 59,000 miles when it was 6 years old (2012) and I've owned now for 5 years and it has 108,000 miles on it. The only work that has been done to the truck has been typical maintenance such as brakes and struts. I was looking for a quad cab four wheel drive pickup, and this one was within my budget. I had done reviews and found that this model was very reliable, and it has not disappointed. This is not the truck for someone who likes bells and whistles though, it's just a plain daily driver. It has power windows, mirrors, and seats. Otherwise, it is lacking things like leather seats and a backup camera. Still, I enjoy it quite a bit. It beginning to start to "bubble" (rust forming under the surface) over the rear tires. This is very common in Indiana, where we use quite a bit of salt on our roads. For 11 years and 108,000 miles it's actually pretty good to only now starting to rust. One final note, this truck's biggest weakness is fuel economy, even thought it's a midsize it only gets 16 mpg.