2018 Dodge Dakota: The Latest Desirable Pickup Trucks For 2018

Mar 25, 2017 09:15 AM EDT | Anthony Hunter

The all-new 2018 Dodge Dakota is one of the newest pickup truck for 2018 created by Chrysler Company. The first model was introduced in 1987 and still continues to be developed with modern twists and techniques.

The Dakota is a top class track special for those who wants the combination of convenience and power. The upcoming truck for 2018 is going to be the fourth generation model with a medium size and a vehicle that has a powerful performance and excellent designs. So for all Dodge fans who are curious to get some information about the upcoming car, here are a few essential things to the overall specs of the 2018 Dodge Dakota.

Aside from the exterior offering many interesting features, the interior will also offer the same from the usual and common upgrades. Since the truck is a unique one, the designer doesn't want to go for radical changes and instead keep its original design. According to the latest info, the new Dakota is going to be created on a unibody platform. It's said that its look will be similar to the coolest Ridgeline models from Honda.

One the inside, it's going to be bigger with more facilities and advantages. The seats will be made of high-quality materials. The inside will be equipped with some modern tools such as high-end audio player, multi-functional steering wheel, and cruise control and safety systems.

The details for the engine of the new Dakota remains unknown. However, it is known that the car's engine will carry a 3.7-liter V6 power. The engine can produce up to 210 hp. The engine will be mated with an automatic five-speed transmission or six-speed manual transmission.  It is said that the automaker is currently working hard to remake a more efficient truck at the rate of 30 mpg.

The new 2018 Dodge Dakota is expected to make its world debut at the last quarter of 2018. The price of new Dakota is expected to start from $25,000 for the standard model and $60,000 for higher trims.


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