What is the difference between a Dodge Dakota Club Cab and Quad Cab?

What is the difference between a Dodge Dakota Club Cab and Quad Cab?

Regular Cab: Provides two front doors and one row of seating for up to 3 people. Quad Cab: Provides two extra doors and an extra row of seating. Crew Cab: Like the quad, but with more passenger space and less cargo space.

Are 2002 Dodge Dakotas reliable?

The 2002 Dodge Dakota Reliability Rating is 3.5 out of 5. It ranks 19th out of 32 for all car brands.

What motor comes in a 2002 Dodge Dakota?

A 120-hp, 2.5-liter four-cylinder serves as the base engine for two-wheel-drive regular cabs and Club Cabs. Because it’s really too small for this truck, the four-cylinder power plant is seldomly used in the Dakota. Most other models have a 175-hp, 3.9-liter V-6 as standard equipment.

How much can a 2002 Dakota tow?

5,150 to 6,650 lbs2002 Dodge Dakota / Towing capacity

How do I know if I have a crew cab or quad cab?

Crew cabs have more interior space in the rear seats, which means more leg room and more comfortable seating. The rear seats of a crew cab have arm rests. The rear doors are larger than a quad cab so it’s easier to haul things if the rear seats are used for storage.

Which is bigger crew or quad cab?

Is a Crew Cab or Quad Cab Bigger? The RAM 1500 Crew Cab is larger than the Quad Cab. While both offer seating for up to six and four doors for easy access, the Crew Cab provides increased legroom for rear passengers to stretch out.

Is a 2002 Dodge Dakota good on gas?

Based on data from 119 vehicles, 7,439 fuel-ups and 1,843,643 miles of driving, the 2002 Dodge Dakota gets a combined Avg MPG of 15.13 with a 0.07 MPG margin of error. Below you can see a distribution of the fuel-ups with 327 outliers (4.21%) removed.

How much horsepower does a 2002 Dodge Dakota have?

175 to 250 hp2002 Dodge Dakota / Horsepower

What is the MPG on a 2002 Dodge Dakota?

Up to 18 city / 19 highway2002 Dodge Dakota / MPG

What size camper can a Dodge Dakota pull?

First, let us give you a quick answer: A Dodge Dakota with a 2.5 I-4 has a towing capacity of 2,000 – 2,500 pounds. A Dodge Dakota with a 3.7 V6 can tow 4,600 – 5,300 pounds, whereas a 3.9 V6 can tow 4,650 – 6,200 pounds.

Whats bigger quad cab or crew?

Is my truck a crew cab or extended cab?

Extended cabs have two rows of seats that have three seats each. Crew cabs will have six seats. Extended cabs may or may not have back doors. Regular cabs will not have back doors.