How many 1998 Dodge Dakota RT were made?

How many 1998 Dodge Dakota RT were made?

There were 379 built.

What years were the Dakota RT made?

The first generation of the Dakota was produced from 1986 through 1996 (for the 1987 to 1996 model years). It was slightly updated for the 1991 model year. Inline-four and V6 engines were offered along with either a five-speed manual or three-speed automatic transmission.

How much horsepower does a Dodge Dakota RT have?

250 hp
2003 Dodge Dakota R/T/Horsepower

How fast is a Dodge Dakota RT?

Performance. The Dakota R/T’s straight-line performance was quite impressive for a pickup truck. It could accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 6.9 seconds and complete a quarter-mile sprint in just a hair over 15 seconds.

How much horsepower does a 1999 Dodge Dakota RT have?

120 to 245 hp
1999 Dodge Dakota/Horsepower

What was the last year for the Dodge Dakota?

You may remember that the Dodge/Ram Dakota was last seen around the same time, as it was discontinued after the 2011 model year. Today, though, we’re happy to inform you that an all-new Ram Dakota will be coming back to Ram dealerships around the nation with a 2021 model.

How much can a 2000 Dodge Dakota tow?

6,100 to 6,700 lbs
2000 Dodge Dakota/Towing capacity

How much horsepower does a 2001 Dodge Dakota RT have?

120 to 250 hp
2001 Dodge Dakota/Horsepower

Can you put a Hemi in a Dodge Dakota?

Holley’s Gen III Hemi swap systems are the perfect solution to easily install a modern hemi engine into any 1997-2004 Dodge Dakota chassis. The available parts cover engine and transmission mounting, exhaust, drivetrain, fuel system, front accessory drives, and even engine management.

What are the worst years for Dodge Dakota?

The 2002 model is easily the worst Dodge Dakota out of all of them, and brakes are the leading trouble with this vehicle. Almost sixty-nine people reported brake problems with this model.

How long do 2000 Dodge Dakotas last?

Dodge Dakotas can last up to 200,000 miles or more with regular and timely maintenance. Those vehicles with an automatic transmission are unpredictable, unreliable, and often more trouble than they are worth.

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