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FEATURES | 8 out of 10
New for 2010 is Dodge's Crate 'N Go system, which includes collapsible and removable interior storage containers
Can be ordered in a variety of trim packages that should satisfy buyers of all types
Standard features on the 2010 Dodge Dakota are few at the low end of the price spectrum, but the expensive versions fare better than most mid-size trucks.
Base 2010 Dakota pickups have cloth upholstery; air conditioning; a CD player; cargo-bed utility rails; and on Crew Cabs, split-folding 60/40 rear seats. Higher trim levels add on standard cruise control; off-road trim; automatic headlamps; leather seating; and premium audio with Sirius service.
A navigation system with a music hard drive, dubbed MyGIG, is an option on some Dakotas, as are real-time traffic, an iPod adapter, and Bluetooth connectivity. Cars.com says that an "Alpine 276-watt, six-CD audio system" is available on some trims, while "Sirius Satellite Radio [is] standard" on others. ConsumerGuide adds the "uconnect multimedia suite," which features Dodge's MyGIG navigation system, is available and includes "traffic information, [an] iPod adapter," Bluetooth wireless cell phone integration, and a hard drive.
With Bluetooth, navigation, and satellite radio, the 2010 Dodge Dakota offers more entertaining features than most mid-size trucks.