2007 Dodge Dakota continues to deliver best-in-class torque, towing
capacity and interior space. With versatile body styles and powerful
engines – including the only V-8 engines available in the
mid-size pickup truck segment – Dodge Dakota delivers bold
pickup styling and capability.
2007 Dodge Dakota offers its 4.7-liter V8 engine with standard E85
compatibility, earning the Flexible Fuel Vehicle (FFV) designation
that provides customers the option of operating their Dakota on
ethanol, gasoline or a mixture of the two.
addition, Dodge Dakota features a new standard dual-position tailgate,
allowing customers more options when using the pickup bed for hauling
materials; optional remote start; Tip Start; a one-touch lane-change
signal; YES Essentials stain-resistant fabric; and new 18-inch wheels
Dakota’s grille conveys a powerful and prominent brand statement
with its signature Dodge crosshair as the focal point. The sharply
defined, large hood-mounted grille descends into the front bumper,
creating a strong visual effect. An air dam below the front fascia
completes the bold look, reducing air flow under the vehicle and
Club Cab and Dakota Quad Cab models feature more interior room than
all other midsize pickups. The Dodge Dakota Quad Cab offers the
most interior space and is the only four-door model in its class
to offer six-passenger seating.
Dakota’s capability advantage continues with more room between
the wheel wells, compared with the competition, and maintains its
bed-wall height for easy loading. The Dodge Dakota Club Cab features
a 6-foot, 6-inch bed, and the Dakota Quad Cab a 5-foot, 3-inch bed.
new for 2007:
position tailgate becomes standard equipment on all models and provides
increased functionality for cargo bed hauling
exterior color offerings include Brilliant Black and Electric Blue
Essentials® Stain resistant, odor resistant, anti-static seat
fabric becomes standard cloth on SLT model and is packaged with
ST model seat upgrade
accessory delay ensures power function, including radio, continues
for period of time after vehicle is keyed off
engine upgraded to include Electronic Throttle Control (ETC) and
Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) capability
engine becomes flexible-fuel capable (E85)
current, tip start ignition
chrome clad wheel becomes available on SLT and Laramie models
black painted aluminum wheels offered as stand-alone option
remote start becomes stand-alone option on SLT and Laramie models
lane change feature enables one-touch capability
seat belt reminder
painted aluminum wheel is packaged with Sport Appearance Group,
which is optional on SLT and Laramie models
accent package available on SLT and Laramie models includes chrome
tubular side steps, fuel filler door, hood deflector and exhaust
Dodge Dakota achieves a best-in-class tow rating of 7,150 lbs. and
a Gross Combined Weight Rating (GCWR) of 11,700 lbs.
two V-8 offerings, the 2007 Dodge Dakota dominates the mid-size
pickup truck segment in torque and towing. The 4.7-liter V-8 Magnum
is rated at 230 horsepower and 290 lb.-ft. of torque, while the
4.7-liter High Output Magnum V-8 provides even more performance
with 260 horsepower and 310 lb.-ft. of torque.
3.7-liter Magnum V6 rated at 210 horsepower and 235 lb.-ft. of torque
is a segment-exclusive standard feature on the 2007 Dodge Dakota.