The truck rides very smooth and
comfortable, for a truck. It also
handles really well in the snow, in 4
wheel drive, and does not suck up the
gas. I had a 2001 Dakota with the
smaller tires and rims which created
spinning wheels all the time, my new
Dakota has the bigger rims and tires
and was definitely a worth while
investment. Over all the truck is fun
to drive, costs about the same price as
a decent car but is a lot safer.
Everything about the truck I enjoy. You
can just look at the exterior of the
truck and see how well built it is, it
does not look cheap like some other
models do. You also get the same
feeling when you drive it, it drives
If anything could be done on Dodge's
part to gain better gas mileage, it
would be an investment for the future.
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