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Chrysler Recalls 278,000 Pickups And SUVs Over Loose Rear Axle Fastener Issue

Chrysler is conducting a voluntary safety recall of 278,000 of its pickup trucks and SUVs to fix potentially loose rear axle fasteners. This recall adds to a recall last... read more February 15, 2013 by 


 
2011 Dodge Dakota

After 24 Years, Dodge Halts Dakota Pickup Production

In 1987, Dodge launched a new pickup-truck segment with the introduction of its midsize Dakota pickup. Back then, it was a fresh idea, since many buyers found compact pickup... read more August 22, 2011 by  2


 
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2010 Dodge Dakota: Pickup Truck Review

Available in extended cab or crew cab design, the 2010 Dodge Dakota is a respectable choice for pickup truck. Although, it does have some flaws and there are complaints... read more August 23, 2010 by 


 
2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep Vehicles Get Stronger May Incentives

Chrysler today announced a more aggressive incentives program for May, including the potential for no-interest financing on much of its product line or cash-back offers of up... read more May 4, 2010 by  7


 
2010 Dodge Dakota 2WD Crew Cab ST Side Exterior View

2010 Dodge Dakota Laramie Crew Cab 4X2: Biggest, most powerful midsize pickup

The Dodge Dakota is the perfect size pickup for many buyers who are looking for both function and economy. The Dakota Crew Cab is big enough to haul 6 adults and their gear... read more April 23, 2010 by 


 
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