Is there a V8 Dodge Dakota?

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Is there a V8 Dodge Dakota?

The Dakota is built at the Warren Truck Assembly plant in Warren, Michigan. A V6 and two V8 engines were available: The standard engine is a 3.7 L Magnum V6; the two 4.7 L V8 engines are the standard Magnum V8 and the V8 High Output or HO.

Is a Dodge Dakota Sport a good truck?

The Dakota is a good, reliable truck. I’ve now owned examples from all three “generations”: a ’93, an ’04 and this ’06. It’s the only one in it’s class that has an available V-8 and it has the highest towing capacity in class.

How much can a Dodge Dakota V8 pull?

Towing and Hauling The Dakota can tow up to 7,250 pounds when properly equipped, which is well ahead of many competitors.

How much does a 1997 Dakota weigh?

4,480 to 5,480 lbs1997 Dodge Dakota / Gross vehicle weight rating

How much can a 97 Dodge Dakota tow?

2,000 to 4,100 lbs1997 Dodge Dakota / Towing capacity

How much weight can a 1997 Dodge Dakota carry?

Used 1997 Dodge Dakota Specs & Features

Ground clearance 7.6 in.
Curb weight 4,018 lbs.
Maximum towing capacity 3,800 lbs.
Maximum payload 1,450.0 lbs.

How much weight can a 1997 Dodge Dakota hold?

Where can I find the specs of a 1997 Dodge Dakota?

Research the 1997 Dodge Dakota at and find specs, pricing, MPG, safety data, photos, videos, reviews and local inventory. Opens website in a new tab

What kind of transmission does a 97 Dodge Dakota have?

Great little truck November 26, 2017 By Karak Owns this car My 97 Dakota 4×4 has the 5.2L V8 and NV3500 manual transmission with 266,000 miles on it. The only oddball mechanical issues I?ve encountered are the valve cover bolts like to work themselves loose after awhile and the transmission has always been a bit quirky.

What kind of engine does the Ford Dakota have?

If you want some serious power, the Dakota comes with a 5.2-liter V-8 boasting 230 maximum horsepower and 300 pound-feet of torque. There’s also a decent four-cylinder for the economy-minded.

Is the Dodge Dakota the baby Ram?

Dodge’s baby Ram, the newly redesigned Dakota, is a perfect case in point. Once a squared-off critter, neither big nor small, the Dakota now sports the rugged good looks of a Marlboro cowboy and the sophistication of a New York stockbroker.