2018 Dodge Dakota is a medium-sized Chrysler Ram pickup truck. Since its introduction until 2009, it has been marketed by Dodge. The Dodge Dakota was introduced in 1986 as a 1987 model with the redesigned Dodge Ram 50. The Dakota was named for the North American Truck of the year for 2000. The Dakota has always been ranked above the compact Ford and Chevrolet Ranger S-10, but below the Dodge Ram pickups, like himself. 2018 Dakota is of classic design, with the body construction in the frame and a rear end of the spring blade/drive axle. The Dodge Dakota is the first medium-sized pickup with an optional V8 engine. A notable feature was the Dakota rack and pinion, a first for work trucks.
2018 Dodge Dakota Characteristics
Dakota models are 94 mm wide by 69 mm wide and feature a new front and rear suspension and rack and pinion. The new generation of the model also returned to the five-legged six-legged wheels of the previous generation due to time and cost saving measures. The Dakota is built on the Warren Mount Truck field in Warren, Michigan.
In addition to a renewal of the Dakota style, this generation was not offered in the regular cabin model. Configurations only the club cabin and a cabin patio were available. The Dodge Dakota R/T in service at the end of 2005 for the 2006 model years, but only cosmetic changes. Despite the name “R/T”, which means “road and track”, the new Dakota R/T was simply an optional package, featuring a non-functional hood spoon, a unique group of gauge and side style bands Sticks hockey. The package was available on two and four wheeled wheels.
2018 Dodge Dakota Models
2018 Dodge Dakota ST served as a basic Dakota model. Notably the following: steel wheels sixteen inch tires sixteen inch bearing surfaces with vinyl windows and manual locks, an A / MF / M stereo with a single disc CD and take audio input assist its system Four speakers, air conditioning and a 3.7L Power-Tech V6 engine, which was the only engine available on the ST model.
The Dakota SLT served as an “intermediate level” model. 2018 Dodge models have added to the following basic ST model: sixteen-inch sports alloy rims, fabric seat surfaces, and power window locks and door lock with remote control aperture. The SLT was available with an engine offered in the Dakota. A Big Horn or Lonestar pack is also available for the SLT model, which includes the “added value” features, as well as a 2018 Dakota SXT package that added a grille with a color key, front bumper with bumper Color and rear seats and fabric sports surfaces.
The 2018 Dakota Laramie, also known as Laramie SLT, was the “high-end” Dakota model. He added the following model “TSL” midlevel: chrome alloy wheels covered with seventeen-inch seven-inch stereo A / MF / M tires with a six-disc CD / MP3 changer on the auxiliary audio card input, Infinity audio system amplified six speakers, seats on surfaces with leather seats, electric front seats, security system, five-speed automatic transmission and 4.7L engine-based “Tech “V8, although the high-performance version of the same engine is also available in Laramie SLT or Laramie.
2018 Dodge Dakota Engine
A V6 and two V8 engines are available: The standard engine is a 3.7L V6 Magnum; Both engines are 4.7 liter V8 Magnum V8 standard and V8 high performance or HO. V6 3.7L produces 210 horsepower (160 kW) and 235 lb ft (319 Nm) of torque. The standard 4.7-liter V8 output produces 230 horsepower (170 kW) and 295 ft·lb (400 Nm) torque. The 4.7-liter high-performance V8 produces 260 horsepower (190 kW) and 310 lb·ft (420 N·m) of torque. Both the 3.7 L and 4.7 L standard output L V8 was available with a six-speed manual transmission in 2005 and 2006. For 2007, this option was removed in 2018 Dodge Dakota V8 models.