Patience has landed the best truck on the road today. The 2009 Laramie crew cab is my 3rd Dodge and by far blows the doors in of all the others. Quiet interior lets you actually hear the Alpine stereo or the rumble of the dual exhaust. Comfortable leather seats with the center console is the way to go. Styling interior features with all the beels and whistles, added storage compartments throughout in the design are A+. The comfort of the ride is near flawless. No more wheel hop on the highway or spinning rear wheels in the rain with the coil suspension. Power everywhere - the performance of the hemi shows in increased fuel economy. Way too much to list for this review. Lifetimepowertrain!
Everything! Two tone leather bucket seat and console interior. Amped up sound system. Dimming rear view mirror. Remote start. Bluetooth. Exterior styling, two tone white and silver. Crew cab room for a Mastiff and Rotti. Dual exhaust. Extreemly comfortable ride. 12K off the list price! Deal done!
Comparing apples to apples. These are just little improvement suggestions to compete with Ford's King Ranch which my fiancee drives. My Dodge is way better though. The mirrors should be the power folding type. I've never been a fan of the Goodyear tires either. The bed should be minimum 6 foot.
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