I drive 25k+ miles a year so I spend a decent amount of time behind the wheel. The ride and seats are extremely comfortable, and I never get sore while driving. I have the v6 with the 8 speed, and average around 21 on the highway.Towing an 18ft fishing boat average around 15. I prefer the v6 over the hemi, the v6 is quieter, takes low octane gas (hemi takes midgrade), and much lower cost to maintain. Truck has never been in the shop other than oil changes.
I would recommended since I am satisfied with the truck performance, handling, power, space and price! I would not recommended because the fact is Dodge truck's we're petite congrats transmission problems Dodge/Chrysler have not taken responbsibility or steps to call for a national recall to fix a makfunctioning manufacturing product! Shame on them. The service department staff at Woodbridge fix any necessary issue at no cost to me, the truck has been running without a glut and I praise their service.!
my truck came with everything but leather.Has nav ,park assist ,and wi-fi you name it its on it .Plenty under seat and floor storage. 3.0 liter 6 cylinder sips diesel. Loads of power. If I ever buy another diesel I would order longer bed.Mine is 5'7" would like an 8'.
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