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The Dakota is a popular mid-size truck from Dodge. It has been sold since 1987 despite considerable criticism from magazine reviewers.
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The Dakota has been around for 20 years, yet it has only been nominated for North American Truck of the Year once, in 2000. There are only so many trucks in that category, yet the Dakota has just one nomination. It has body-on-frame construction with a live axle rear end. It was also the first work truck to feature rack and pinion steering. With a V8 engine option, it is the only mid-size truck with that choice. The first generation of this truck included a special edition Shelby Dakota, which carried the name of famed car builder/designer Carroll Shelby. Four wheel drive was only available on the V6 versions of these early Dakotas, not on the straight 4s. The sport package sold first in 1988 offered 2wd or 4wd. It the 1990s it began to look more like the larger Ram trucks, and in the late 90s it adopted the Durango platform. Since 2005, it has gone back to its own platform. You can find plenty of these trucks on the used market, and despite poor reviews on some years they are still very hard working trucks. I would never recommend buying one new, but you can find a used truck on eBay for very cheap, and it should last you a while. In addition, tons of cheap Dakota parts are all over the market (once again, EBAY!).
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