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We have had this vehicle for 3 months now and since day one its been acting up. I was a Dodge lover and now I really regret buying this POS. No one seems to know what the problem is and I'm tired of spending more money to attempt to get it fixed.
- Heather C.,
Macungie, PA, US
This is a Dakota, not a full size truck, not a 4x4, and with the V8 it will pass anything on the highway.... Well, except the gas station. It takes $20 of full every other day to take my son to school, a total of under 30 miles, each day. The factory paper work lists it at 16 hwy. I'd smile if it was even close. Dodge did a horrible job giving MPG estimates.
- Paul A.,
Hartsville, TN, US
My 2005 Dodge Dakota gets 9 mpg of gas, the rpm's rev and there is no pick up. Which is very dangerous when driving on the highway. I brought my vehicle to the Dodge dealership and a private mechanic, they tested it diagnostically and nothing came up as being wrong with it. Dodge suggested a tune up for $350.00. My truck is 2 years old it has 39,000 miles on it. I should not need a tune up!!!
- Lynnette R.,
Wilmington, MA, US