Dakota is one of the oldest trucks in US market. This classic and legendary pickup has its wide base of fans. All of them were happy to hear that they can expect brand new 2018 Ram Dakota. More than 30 years truck is in hearts of its drivers, and with novelties and innovations coming for new season, seems like tradition continues. What makes it so special? First of all, convenient pickup is always good to work. Furthermore, quality of the parts provides durability. Finally, performance. New 2018 Ram Dakota, as always, gives a chance to tow a lot. Also, drive is smooth and interior comfortable.
2018 Ram Dakota exterior and interior
New 2018 Ram Dakota offers various cool features. For example, there are additions outside and inside the vehicle. Innovative infotainment and comfortable seats are highlights of cabin. Air conditioning system gets improvements. Also, dashboard and gauges will present a new look of its parts. Bold grille and big bumper are dominating pieces on front. Bed is larger, and access to is simpler. Also, cargo area now can offer more equipment. With them, big loads are safe in transport. Capacity of the bed is still unknown, but Dakota will be ready to transfer big stuff pretty easily.
2018 Ram Dakota drivetrain
Under the hood of the 2018 Ram Dakota is a 3.7-l V-6 drivetrain. Details about this truck are still secret. More information will be available as release date approaches. Until then, we can claim that transmission is going to be 5-speed automatic, with manual 6-pace gearbox as additional option. Fuel efficiency is another advantage of the pickup. New Dakota will achieve probably 30 mpg on highway. However, this number depends on maintenance, terrain and weather condition. It is more likely to drop about 20 mpg when heavy cargo is in the bed.
2018 Ram Dakota release date and price
Fans can see the 2018 Dodge Dakota probably early next year. After that, dealerships will offer the truck in mid-2018. Pricing is unknown at this point. Base models will probably cost $30,000. However, top of the range models, which can tow a lot more, will go over $50,000.