by tice75 on Apr 18, 2009 Vehicle: 1991 Dodge Dakota
I am the second owner of this vehicle, but it has been in the family since new. The truck was lightly driven for the first 13 years, and then I've put on more regular miles (approx. 15k a year) since 2004. This truck is a rock and maintenance wise fairly inexpensive to own. The major work I've had done on it since I've owned it is a new drive shaft, new transfer case, and a new power control module.
by willy1 on Oct 10, 2003 Vehicle: 1991 Dodge Dakota
Such have been painted bright yellow
with green tailgate. Dodge Won't do any
thing. Sold it with 86000 miles
case,lifters,brakes every 6 mounths on
front,drive shaft out of balane,
Radiater Was a complete piece of junk.
Brought it new.Hardy ever used the 4
wheel drive and it still fell apart. I
was 49 years old when I got this junk
from dodge, Never another dodge product.
V6 and V8 engines get more power. The V6 is up considerably, from 125 to 180 horsepower. V8 models add a whopping 65 horsepower and 30 foot-pounds of torque. Four-wheel drive models can be equipped with an optional Off-Road Appearance package.
I am looking to buy a used Dakota, ranger or S-10 in the 1992-1993 range. I like to Dakota better but it seems to be a bit more expensive. Is there any thing I need to watch out for in these older D...