Dodge Dakota- Straddled Between a Compact and Full-Size Pickup

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The 2010 Dodge Dakota comes to us as a great choice for a truck buyer who doesn't need a full size rig. Although this may be true, the Dakota's high price and its somewhat in the middle approach puts some critics and buyers off. Either way, the pickup is available as an Extended or Crew Cab style, and for 2010 it gets a slightly revised suspension as well as some new colors.

The 2010 Dakota is powered by a 3.7-liter Magnum V6 engine that makes 210 horsepower. The Dakota's styling isn't as popular, and in general the truck is quite generic and forgettable. The Dakota has available seating for up to six passengers, and has class-leading passenger capacity, an ergonomic design and a large cargo capacity. The downside to the interior is that the comfort and material quality continues to disappoint.

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