I've owned late models Chevy and Ford
pick ups and this Hemi Lariat has been
the tightest built to date. The bed
doesn't shake over railroad tracks, the
steering feel is good and it tracks
true. Heated seats are nice on cold
days and the HVAC system works well in
all weather. This truck has great
acceleration with the Hemi and the sound
of the exhaust reminds me of the late
60s. This is not a perfect truck, but I
don't regret my choice of the Dodge. I
have had no problems, either mechanical
or otherwise so far. The looks are
awsome and you have a commanding view of
everything around you.
The Hemi engine. I wanted a Hemi and it
continues to amaze it. The 20 inch
wheels make this the best handling of
the big trucks. I enjoy driving this
Better stereo systems, directional
indicators in the mirrors, reverse
sensors in the bumper and HID
headlights. The tailgate is
heavy and cumbersome to open and close.
An automatic dual zone climate system
and auto lights.
I have only had this truck a couple of
months but I love it. The 4.7 engine
is ok. I love the ride hight and the
looks of the truck. I drove the Ford
and Chevy also but the Dodge is better
looking and had more interior room.
Also the best value.
I love the four doors,exterior design
is great, the drink holder can hold
the biggest of drinks.
I think there should be some back
lighting on the cruise control, also
some sort of light on the cup holder
(hard to see where to put the coffee
early in the morning)
I thought the highway gas mileage at 11
mpg was the worst part of this 4x4
truck until the rear tire broke off the
axle while trying to drive over a 6"
curb. Then Dodge refused to warranty
the vehicle and charge me $3400 to
repair the axle. Needless to say, I
will never buy a Chrysler product
again. My 2002 FORD F350 is a great
The inside features are very well laid
out. The body style is attractive. Too
bad the vehicle is poorly built and
Dodge does not support it's cutomers!
Dodge needs to support it's customers
and build a truck a better truck.
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