2012 Dodge Ram 2500Kevin - San Antonio, TX07/19/2014
Rides like a car, not a truck. Very comfortable. Love the heated and air-conditioned seats. The cargo space available when you put the back seats down is incredible. There is enough room for two dog kennels and all of our luggage. The remote start feature is great too, you can start it from your house and when you get it it is ready to roll. The seats will either heat or cool, if it is cold, the steering wheel heats up. It really spoils you.
Great deal on a great truck
2015 Dodge Ram 2500Tyler Van Horne - Euless, TX12/31/2016
I upgraded from a 2007 Tundra 5.7, to this RAM 2500 with the 6.7 Cummins diesel. I have a travel trailer RV that I take out very often, and I wanted more power for safety especially accelerating on the highway, more stability, and more comfort options so my wife would enjoy the drives better. The Laramie package had everything we needed, and the next package up was the Bighorn which was about $10K more but I didn't feel at all like you got $10K worth of upgrades.
One thing that surprises me about this truck is how good on gas it is when not towing, for it's weight and engine size. I am seeing MPG in the 30's when not towing, 15 when towing.
I have never owned a Dodge(RAM) product before but I am happy with it.
Good for towing
2013 Dodge Ram 2500Tom Lewis - Visalia, CA04/09/2017
Transmission good in combination with Jake brake and my fifth wheel
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