Is the Dodge 5.2 engine a good engine?


Is the Dodge 5.2 engine a good engine?

5.2 Magnum Reliability The 5.2 Magnum used in Dodge trucks and Jeeps is a pretty solid engine. It doesn’t suffer cylinder head cracks to the same extent that the 5.9 Magnum does. Additionally, the internals and major engine components seem to be fairly strong and adequate for good longevity at stock power levels.

How much is Dodge Dakota 1997?

1997 Dodge Dakota Value – $470-$4,134 | Edmunds.

How much horsepower can you get out of a 318?

A street-worthy 318 can easily make 400 horsepower, about what a lot of street 360s put out.

Is a 1997 Dodge Dakota a 4 wheel drive?

The Used 1997 Dodge Dakota comes with rear wheel drive, and four wheel drive. Available transmissions include: 5-speed manual.

What is the curb weight 1997 Dodge Dakota?

1852 lbs
Weight Information

Gross Combined Wt Rating 5400 lbs
Curb Weight – Front 1852 lbs
Maximum Payload Capacity 1277.00 lbs
Total Option Weight 0.00 lbs
Curb Weight – Rear 1421 lbs

How much horsepower can a 318 make?

Is a Dakota a good truck?

The Dakota is a good, reliable truck. I’ve now owned examples from all three “generations”: a ’93, an ’04 and this ’06. It’s the only one in it’s class that has an available V-8 and it has the highest towing capacity in class.

How much HP does a 1997 Dodge Dakota have?

120 to 220 hp1997 Dodge Dakota / Horsepower

What transmission does a 97 Dodge Dakota have?

A 5-speed manual transmission was standard; 4-speed automatic optional only with the V6 or V8.

What size gas tank does a 1997 Dodge Dakota have?

22.0 gal
Used 1997 Dodge Dakota SLT Specs & Features

Fuel & MPG
EPA mileage est. (cty/hwy) 15/20 MPG
Combined MPG 17 MPG
Range in miles (cty/hwy) 330.0/440.0 mi.
Fuel tank capacity 22.0 gal.