1990 Dodge Dakota Regular Cab LE 2dr Regular Cab LB
My dad bought the 90 dakota back in 1998. Just recently in 09 did the truck become undrivable due to a electrical fire under the hood. Up until then the entire family used this truck. It always was ready to go. The paint did fade and peel requiring a new paint job. Other than that the truck was very durable. It oulasted alot of other vehicles the family has had over the years. I would recommend this truck to anyone.
The tuck had alot or power and for the most part was very fuiel efficient.
Better paint. The paint the factory put out was defective. Every dakota i have seen with the two tone paint blue n silver has had a bad paint job.
This truck is a top quality truck.
It's not quite a compact truck and not
quite a full size truck, therefore
it's a mid-size. It can haul more
than my friends 1998 Ford F-150 and
it's more reliable. The only bad
thing about it is it's transmission.
It's transmission went around 74,000
miles and now i have 80,000 miles on
it. I would recommend this truck
because it's fun and reliable.
I like all of the chrome on it and the
fact that it has about 135
horsepower. It has a great paint
scheme to it too.
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