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2010 Dodge Ram 3500

Posted in Dodge on January 14th, 2010 by admin – Comments Off
2010 Dodge Ram 3500


It was in 2009, the light-duty Dodge Ram 1500 pickup truck got itself overhauled by Chrysler to make it more advantageous for the customers. 2010 is for Dodge Ram 3500, the heavy duty pickup truck perfectly suitable for the people looking for power and maximum utility. The overhauling is designed to be exhaustive. The heavy duty Dodge Ram 3500 will come out in 2010 as a brand new truck with new look in exteriors and interiors. Aerodynamically optimal exterior is going to save you much and give you much power. The front axle and suspension are other important components strengthened to cater the requirements of snowplow prep packages for winter work. Freeway hop is assured to be smooth with the new hydraulic body mounts under the cabin.


Dodge Ram 3500 in 2010 rolls out with a new four-door crew cab consisting of bigger back doors. It will also have more rear passenger space compared with the smaller four-door Quad Cab. Added to these, there will be a new 8-foot cargo box option and it makes the Dodge Ram heavy duty truck more impressive for fifth-wheel towing.


Dodge Ram will be powered by the 6.7-liter Cummins six-cylinder diesel and Hemi V-8 powertrains. Ram 3500 heavy-duty pickups have the same types of headlamps and fenders as in Dodge Ram 1500, but the grille is larger to maintain the engine cool while towing big trailers. The front bumper has an aggressive look.


Sculpted fenders stamped into the sides of the cargo box in Dodge Ram 3500 replaces the plastic snap-on rear fenders with dual rear wheels in earlier Ram HDs. The new fenders make the truck more appealing and look modern. 2010 Doge Ram 3500 comes in regular cab and Mega Cab models. Better towing is assured with the revised external rearview mirrors. The mirrors can be pivoted vertically or horizontally. Turn signals are now integrated in the cab.


Interior features require special mention. The new additions include integrated trailer brake controller, which can eliminate the need for a separate kit to control a trailer’s electric brakes to achieve improved towing control. Improved seating facilitates comfortable driving during the long distance travels. There are many optional features as well. These include navigation, power-adjustable pedals and Sirius Backseat TV with three channels of programming. Assessing the merits and utilities of Dodge Ram 3500 comes out in 2010, you will absolutely become happy. Maximum gross vehicle weight for 3500 DRW is 12,200 pounds (6.7-liter) and Maximum payload capacity for Regular cab 3500 DRW is 5,110 pounds.

Dodge Dakota 2010

Posted in Dodge on November 16th, 2009 by admin – Comments Off
Dodge Dakota 2010


Dodge Dakota 2010 comes as the best medium pickup truck, perfectly suitable for the truck consumers looking for a truck not top small or too big. Exquisitely styled exterior, imposing towing and hauling capabilities and the amazing interior accommodations make Dakota in front of other competitors in the market. Dodge Dakota comes without a regular cab, but it comes with extended cab or crew cab only versions with a shared 131-inch wheelbase. The crew cab has a bed of 5’ 3” long and the extended cab has the cargo box of 6’4” long.
Dodge Dakota 2010 imege


The specialty and most worth features of Dakota are its size and capability. Dodge Dakota is one among two medium sized trucks with V-8 engine of 4.7 liters. The base version has a V-6 engine of 3.7 liters. ST, Laramie and Big Horn/Lone Star are three trim versions of these cabs. 4X4 models come with the special off-road package TRX4. The towing capacity of the V-8 models is 5, 500 pounds minimum and 7, 250 pounds maximum.
Dodge Dakota 2010

Riding Comfort

Dodge Dakota 2010 comes with more features to improve riding comfort and improved look. It will be on road with new front and rear suspension guaranteeing improved handling and better ride quality. Importantly the additional features come without sacrificing payload or towing capacities. Dodge Dakota now will have only four speed automatic transmissions in V-6 version and five speed transmissions in V-8. Maximum gross weight of the vehicle is 6,010 pounds and it has the maximum payload capacity of 1,750-1,810 pounds for extended cab. 22 gallons fuel tank, 7.9 inches maximum ground clearance, approach angle of 21.8 degrees and 22.6 degree departure angle are the important technical details of this truck. Laramie and Bighorn/Lonestar come in Bedliner standard. Fender flares, skid plates, sliding rear window and front tow hooks are available with TRX4. Extended cabs also have sliding windows. Laramie has added feature of 18-inch alloy wheels.


The exterior appearance of Dodge Dakota is well appealing with crisp edges and the stylish adornments. The finish of the exterior is praise worthy with glossy paints and stickers. Front end is aggressive, chiseled wheel flares of the cargo bed, dual position tail gate, big mirrors of size 6” x 9” and monochromatic finish or chrome grille make the Dodge Dakota more attractive and eye catching.
Dodge Dakota 2010


Nice touches and inviting finish make the Dodge Dakota aesthetic to relax drives. Heated leather seating, extra storage facilities and white-face electroluminescent gauges are all making the interior of the Dakota superb. Six-CD audio system with alpine 276-watt is standard accessory in Laramie and available in BH/LS and TRX4. The solid chassis and the rigid body structure make Dodge Dakota safer. This compact truck has received National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s five star ratings in front impact crash tests. Side curtain airbags and four-wheel antilock brakes are optional.
Dodge Dakota 2010
If you look at the Dodge Dakota 2010, you will feel that the grandeur features are inviting and the price quoted are very moderate for such a medium sized truck.
Dodge Dakota 2010 picture


  • Maximum gross vehicle weight rating: 6,010 pounds
  • Maximum payload capacity: 1,750-1,810 pounds (Extended Cab 4×2 V-6 auto)
  • Maximum towing capacity: 5,800-7,250 pounds (Extended Cab 4×2 V-8)
  • Fuel tank capacity: 22 gallons
  • Axle ratio: 3.55:1, 3.92:1
  • Transfer case low range: 2.72:1
  • Crawl ratio: 40.85:1 (manual with 3.55:1 axle), 31.79:1 (five-speed auto with 3.92:1 axle)
  • Minimum ground clearance: 7.9 inches
  • Approach angle: 21.9 degrees
  • Departure angle: 22.6 degrees (4×2), 22.5 degrees (4×4)
  • Ramp breakover: 19.9 degrees (4×2), 19.6 degrees (4×4)
  • Cargo-bed load height: 31.9 inches
  • Cargo floor length: 6.4 feet (Extended Cab), 5.3 feet (Crew Cab)
  • Cargo floor width: 59.6 inches
  • Cargo floor width at wheel well: 45.2 inches
  • Cargo bed depth: 17.6 inches