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Used Dodge RAM 3500 Laramie Limited for Sale

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2016 Dodge
RAM 3500

$50,998* 32K miles
CarMax Newport News
$149 Transfer to your store - VA to VA
$149 Transfer to your store - VA to VA
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Location: CarMax Newport News in Newport News, Virginia 23608
Description: Used 2016 Dodge RAM 3500 Laramie Limited for sale - $50,998, 32,412 miles with Long Bed, 4WD/AWD, Diesel Engine, Leather Seats, Alpine Sound System, Satellite Radio Ready
Transmission: Automatic Color:White Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (5 reviews) Great Truck. Have had it for over 50K and not a lick of trouble. Unbelieveable MPG with a manual. Get a consistent 21.5 mpg around town and 20 on the highway. Even towing a large load have never posted less than 16.3 mpg. Power to spare in the hills of North Carolina. Super vehicle.

2016 Dodge
RAM 3500

$50,998* 36K miles
CarMax King of Prussia
Free Transfer to your store - PA to VA
Free Transfer to your store - PA to VA
Key Features
Location: CarMax King of Prussia in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19406
Description: Used 2016 Dodge RAM 3500 Laramie Limited for sale - $50,998, 36,553 miles with 4WD/AWD, Diesel Engine, Leather Seats, Alpine Sound System, Satellite Radio Ready, Parking Sensors
Transmission: Automatic Color:Black Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (5 reviews) I have owned three seperate Dodges and absolutely love the Cummins over the Powerstroke. I can say that since I currently own both. My wife drives a 2003 Excursion with a Powerstroke but the engine has had nothing but problems. I have replaced the alternator twice, injectors, powersteering pump, gear box, and the thing constantly leaks fuel. Other than the engine, the Ford is holding up in other areas. My current truck is a 07 Dodge 3/4 Ton with the 5.9L and has 126,000 miles. I don't really pay too much attention to fuel mileage b/c I need pullin power to transport heavy loads over the divide. That was until I started test driving the new Dodges. Wow! They are impressive for pulling power but boy do they drink down the fuel! The model I test drove averaged just over 10 around town and we hooked her up to my horse trailer and pulled her down the road a bit and averaged around 10 1/2 mpg. Plenty of power for sure and a really nice ride. Not so sure I am willing to eat the fuel costs at this point as the difference is very noticable from my old 'Red. Might wait until Cummins fine tunes the fuel efficiency a bit better. Other than that, I tend to notice that the Dodge front end tends to go to heck around 90,000 miles and the rest of the truck falls apart soon thereafter. The engine will last for a good 300,000 miles but the front end and suspension repairs will drive you to the bank. My wife's Fords always hold up much better with the exception of the engine.

Reviews for Dodge RAM 3500

Overall Rating

4.7 out of 5(20 reviews)

Luv those Cummins

I have owned three seperate Dodges and absolutely love the Cummins over the Powerstroke. I can say that since I currently own both. My wife drives a 2003 Excursion with a Powerstroke but the engine has had nothing but problems. I have replaced the alternator twice, injectors, powersteering pump, gear box, and the thing constantly leaks fuel. Other than the engine, the Ford is holding up in other areas. My current truck is a 07 Dodge 3/4 Ton with the 5.9L and has 126,000 miles. I don't really pay too much attention to fuel mileage b/c I need pullin power to transport heavy loads over the divide. That was until I started test driving the new Dodges. Wow! They are impressive for pulling power but boy do they drink down the fuel! The model I test drove averaged just over 10 around town and we hooked her up to my horse trailer and pulled her down the road a bit and averaged around 10 1/2 mpg. Plenty of power for sure and a really nice ride. Not so sure I am willing to eat the fuel costs at this point as the difference is very noticable from my old 'Red. Might wait until Cummins fine tunes the fuel efficiency a bit better. Other than that, I tend to notice that the Dodge front end tends to go to heck around 90,000 miles and the rest of the truck falls apart soon thereafter. The engine will last for a good 300,000 miles but the front end and suspension repairs will drive you to the bank. My wife's Fords always hold up much better with the exception of the engine.

- rcpainthorse, 2007 Dodge RAM 3500

Love our 2008 Dodge RAM 3500 Resistol

We had been looking for a 2008/9 Dodge RAM 3500 Resistol for a while now but there are few out there and even fewer for sale. I happened upon this 2008 in the CARMAX Naperville IL store. I contacted our Indianapolis store and with one phone call got the truck transferred to the Indianapolis store. The truck was everything and more we were hoping for. It was in amazing shape for a 2008. Super clean inside, one very very minor ding on the tailgate but other than that it was in showroom shape. The mileage was amazingly low (18,000 miles) for a 2008. We LOVE our 2008 Dodge RAM 3500 Resistol. Of the few of these trucks we found for sale, this truck was the best of the best. We feel very lucky to have this great vehicle!!!

- Dawn, 2008 Dodge RAM 3500

Power Galore

Great Truck. Have had it for over 50K and not a lick of trouble. Unbelieveable MPG with a manual. Get a consistent 21.5 mpg around town and 20 on the highway. Even towing a large load have never posted less than 16.3 mpg. Power to spare in the hills of North Carolina. Super vehicle.

- RSM, 2006 Dodge RAM 3500

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