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.