All-Star Dodge Dealer is pleased to announce that automotive critics agree that in its last year of production in the U.S., the 2011 Ram Dakota is a good dependable workhorse for those who need towing, hauling, and power but have no use for a full-size truck. With the Ram Dakota’s utilitarian design it also makes it ideal for everyday commuting, especially when combined with a starting price in the middle of its class relative to other compact pickup trucks.
Dodge, Ram’s parent company, considers the Dakota the first mid-size pickup truck, automotive reviewers agree saying the Dakota is the founder of the mid-size pickup truck, but by now most manufacturers have tried to catch up and added similar models to their lineups. The 2011 Dakota stands out in comparison to the competition with its largest towing capacity of all compact pickups. “When it comes to towing, the 2011 Dodge Dakota is still top dog among midsize pickups,” says Edmunds.com.
Most auto industry reviewers agree that the Dakota is a good vehicle for consumers who need a truck to be a truck. It can tow more weight than any other compact or midsize pickup truck (best-in-class towing when properly equipped) , thanks to its impressive V8 engine, and has relatively good off-road performance Test drivers reports showed many were pleased by some innovative storage functions and safety features that are now standard. The 2011 Ram Dakota is a good workhorse of a small truck, with its large towing capacity, innovative storage options, and optional V8 engine.
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