1996 Dodge Dakota Sport Club Cab 3.9L V6 from North America
Well worth the money!
The only parts that had to be replaced on this truck were replacing the tires every 50-60,000 miles.
Did have to replace the water pump at around 175,000 miles.
Other than that, just regular services, nothing costly.
This truck has a lot of miles on it, and the transmission and engine have never needed repair. That is pretty impressive for a vehicle to make it to 244,000 miles and still have its original engine and transmission running strong.
The truck is great in the snow, and the 4wd always works when I need it.
It gets decent gas mileage for a truck ranging from 15 to 21 miles per gallon on average.
It still has power, and I have no problems passing vehicles on hills.
Never had to replace wheel bearings, ball joints or anything of that nature.
Interior is comfortable seating up to 6 people.
Overall a good, solid truck. I am now a true believer in Dodge!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 4th February, 2009