2015 Dodge Dakota reviews
There has been no report about the first appearance of 2015 Dodge Dakota. However, we hope that this mid-size pick-up truck will hit the market until the end of this year so that it can be seen on the streets around the world. One thing for sure. It will continue production at the Toluca assembly plant in Mexico.
What will the interior be like of the 2015 Dodge Dakota?
Inside the cabin of 2015 Dodge Dakota there will be three rows of seats to welcome up to eight passengers. Hopefully, the seats will be very comfortable and covered with good quality materials. Moreover, the dashboard of this new-generation pick-up will be supplied with the latest technology elements to make the trip more enjoyable. What’s more, we can await plenty of safety features.
What will change in the exterior of the 2015 Dodge Dakota?
We assume that the construction of this mid-range American will be much lighter because of employing more aluminium and steel. Some of the refreshments that we can expect from the outside are upgraded aerodynamics and more elegant lines. Furthermore, we hope that its headlights will obtain revised and more modern look, as well as its grille. Also, it is very likely that there will be more chrome details.
What engines will be put under the hood of the 2015 Dodge Dakota?
We still don’t dispose of the information about the power unit which will be placed inside this brand-new American. However, there have been some rumours about using the same powertrain as in the previous model. Thus, the first choice would be a 3.7L V6 that is capable of producing 210 hp. The second option would be a 4.7L generating 230 hp. As for the transmission, there will be either a 5-speed automatic or a 6-speed manual gearbox. The fuel economy of these powertrains is believed to reach 30 mpg.
How much will the 2015 Dodge Dakota cost?
Unluckily, neither this information is available for now. But despite this fact, we assume that the cost of this upcoming model will be similar to the price of its forerunner. Stay tuned for any new data concerning this new truck.