Used 2004 Dodge Truck Values

Select a used 2004 Dodge Truck model

(Model years 2018 - 1926 including exotics and classic cars)
A pickup truck that straddles the line between compact and mid-size, the 2004 Dodge Dakota is available with a 260 hp V8 making it one of the most powerful in its class.
The 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 is a full-size, 1/2-ton pickup truck that is available in four-door and two-door trims, and a choice between a 6.3ft or 8.0ft bed.
Available with a two-door regular cab or a four-door quad cab, the 2004 Dodge Ram 2500 is a full-size 3/4-ton pickup truck that offers greater towing ability and utility than the 1500.
The 2004 Dodge Ram 3500 is a full-size 1-ton pickup truck that can be equipped with single or dual rear wheels which allow it to offer towing and payload capacities fit for any job.
The fastest production truck on the planet, the 2004 Dodge Ram SRT-10 is a full-size two-door pickup truck that has taken the 500 hp V10 from the Viper and fit it under the hood.

For 2004, Dodge bids tribute to their recent heritage and welcomes new technology. With the Dodge minivan's 20th year on the market, special Anniversary Edition versions of the Caravan and Grand Caravan will be offered in 2004 as an extension of the SXT trim level. Undergoing its first major redesign, an all-new Dodge Durango enters 2004 as a longer sport utility vehicle with an eight-passenger occupancy. An iconic name in Dodge history, the HEMI is resurrected for 2004. The 2004 Dodge Ram now offers the potent 345-horsepower, 5.7-liter HEMI V-8. A revised Cummins diesel is also available on Ram 2500 and Ram 3500 models. Engine choice is also modified with the 2004 Dodge Dakota line adding a new 3.7-liter Magnum V-6 engine. No longer included in the Dodge line-up is the full-sized Ram Van. For buyers of factory-built sport compact cars, driving the Dodge Neon SRT-4 is enhanced by added engine output growing to 230 horsepower in 2004. Under the Uconnect banner, Dodge and other Chrysler Group vehicles can receive a dealer-installed hands-free communication system that includes one of the North American auto sector's first applications of Bluetooth technology.