well, reading the bashing statements
from other people crack me up, i guess
they don't think that chevy and ford
have there problems. As far as the
brakes, they are made by "G.M." so
there's your problem. i agree the
brakes are defiently under par, but in
atlanta traffic there going to be a
issue. i've driven my truck very hard
for 80,000 miles now, bringing it to
the drag strip every weekend for about
2 years straight, and now every weekend
towing a 4,000 lb. car. As far as the
power goes, at least once a week i blow
a chevy away. I love my truck, and
wouldn't tell anyone not to buy one!
I've been very happy with this
vehicle. I originally bought it for
its looks. But after 5 years I'll say
I'm glad I have it for every other
reason too. It has everything you'll
ever need on a vehicle, passenger
room, hauling room and great comfort
Some of the best feature of the truck
have been its SIZE. Everything is a
bit bigger.....Center console, cup
holders, seats, mirrors......the list
Better feel for the road. I know it's
a truck but a better feel for the road
would be great.
My sister-in-law leased the truck new,
I purchased the truck with 35000. In
less than a year I have had to replace
plugs & wires twice, flushed the fuel
system twice (professionally),
installed a K&N Air filter, and
replaced the intake manifold gasket.
That was all to get rid of cylinder 8
misfires. The Front main seal was
leaking oil at 38000 miles. The rear
axle was shot at 37000 and the factory
made me pay $500 to replace verything.
The trim in the interior feels like
It's made of cheap plastic..oh, it is.
I thought the bigger 360 would have
some guts to it...not really. Im
going for a Chevy or GMC...soon.
I love the way this truck looks, but
its like the pretty & dumb girl. You
get past her looks pretty quick!
Chrysler should hire at least one
engineer. It's a big company