NASHVILLE – DaimlerChrysler AG’s Dodge division appears to have good reason to feel confident about the all-new ’05 Dakota small pickup it is launching this fall. Like most of Dodge’s increasingly popular – and increasingly competitive – truck models, the new Dakota has more than its share of enticing features. ’05 Dakota is all new and $1,000 cheaper. High on the list is a price that is $1,000 less than a comparable version of the outgoing Dakota. Dodge engineers say reducing the ...
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