2008 Dodge Ram 2500Dick - Colorado Springs, CO10/30/2012
Our 2008 Dodge Ram 2500 purchased September 2012 has become our favorite vehicle to drive. This truck looks and feels like it is brand new. It is a pleasure to drive, with a very quiet ride (especially for a diesel engine). It tows our 32" travel trailer very nicely, and the tow package takes the credit. But we are planning on our next trip across the plains for Thanks giving to take our new truck with the 4-wheel drive, just in case it snows.
Everything in it is well thought out and details matter. There are a few little things that you would expect in a truck at the highest trim level. For example, power folding mirrors. This truck has wide mirrors for towing and it would be nice to fit into a parking spot and fold the side mirrors with the push of a button. Similarly, front parking sensors and mud flaps would be appreciated. These are options that don't cost a lot more but should be standard features for the top of the line Longhorn Laramie Ram.
Dodge diesel, the only way to go!
2008 Dodge Ram 2500Coyoteman - Las Vegas Nv.06/18/2012
I bought a 2008 Dodge Ram 2500 with the 6.7 Cummins diesel, to pull a very large trailer. My F150 Ford just wouldn't get the job done on the hills. This truck will pull my trailer up the side of a building if I wanted! Great truck! So far, I would buy another one in a heart beat. If you need to pull, go Dodge, go diesel.
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