The new Mitsubishi Raider might be based on the Dodge Dakota, but thanks to some advanced design at Mitsubishi's design HQ in Cypress, California, most people wouldn't know it. The Raider, which went on sale this week, has an exterior that is all new, with the exception of the pickup bed, glass and roof. The interior is the same structure, but Mitsubishi uses all different materials.

The Raider starts just under $19,200 for the LS extended-cab RWD model and tops out at $30,675 for its XLS crew cab, which has automatic transmission and a V8.

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