Chrysler may still have a lot of work to do, but I think they're headed in the right direction with the Dodge Ram 1500. The 3 points that guided my decision in purchasing the Dodge Ram instead of the Ford and Chevy trucks were value, power, and design. The price of the Ram was way below Ford/Chevy. The power of Rams 390 hp Hemi with 407 lbs of torque humbles anything Ford/Chevy has to offer. Interior fit and finish of the Ram is good and the outstanding exterior design attracts jealous looks from Ford/Chevy truck owners. And with the rear coil spring suspension the Ram soaks up bumps without bucking you like a mechanical bull. This truck is a winner, even Truck of the Year in my book.
390 HP Hemi engine, Exterior design (angry looking grill garners respect of other drivers, people think 3x before cutting you off), massive and creative storage, price/value, choices, ability to turn on/off 4x4 drive, fuel economy is better than 4.7L, thanks for separating hood from grill.
Include bedliner, backup camera should be standard/affordable. Aftermarket bc only $60, put some real rims on truck standard not clads, improve interior with less plastic
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