6 months and 5K miles later no major
c/o. Happy from day 1 (low/no pressure
sales pitch) to now. Mine is loaded and
is more comfortable, and has more
features than my wife's Mercedes E-320
(no exaggeration). Definitely
a "gentleman's" truck. Wouldn't get it
to work on the farm (to many accessory
features that would have the potential
to break). But as far as towing
ability (boat) and driveablility
couldn't imagine a finer ride. Has the
auto-temp control, which the 2500
lacks, which is a big plus on road
trips (no constant knob turning).
Didn't think any other truck matched
this one, and still believe that.
POWER (previous SUV couldn't pass
downhill and strained when towing).
Comfort (heated seats make January
tolerable). Space, four full-sized
doors and plenty of rear passenger
Elevating arm rest (it's a little too
low). 275 tires, the standard 265's
seem a little overmatched. Sunvisor
with front and side shading. MPG's
stink, but I knew that going in.
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