Looks very sporty at the dealer, but
not so on the road. The only
possibility for performance is with the
v6 setup and the manual transmission.
I had the 4 with automatic. 'Xtreme'ly
poor performance. The build quality
was horrible. The rotors went bad after
20k miles, the transmission needed an
overhaul after 30k, and at 56k the
truck was having trouble starting. I
was very disappointed and after trading
in the truck (after ENORMOUS
depreciation-over 60% of original value
in 2.5 years and 56k miles) and
purchasing japanese, I will never buy
american again, the quality just
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My Xtreme has been a very fun truck to
drive and has a big opening for
aftermarket add-ons which i dropped
plenty of money into. The ride in my
truck is comfortable if you like the
sporty bumpy pick up truck style but i
didnt buy my Xtreme for the purpose of
comfort. The handling on my truck,
along with the new tires i installed,
allows me to keep up with a lot of
more expensive sports cars that. The
one downside of my truck is the fuel
economy, it sucks literally. I did
opt for the V6 and the automatic in my
truck and i must say that with a few
bolt-ons my truck is a rocket.
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