Has the gas mileage of a V8. 3.3L to
small. I had to buy a high performance
air filter and exhaust to help with
the "get up". I liked the compact
style, because I'm able to get in
tighter more remote spots, than the
bigger trucks. Even though the rear
seating is cramped, my buddies and I
dealt with it just fine, during the
Climbs up(with stock tires)with no
problems, and some pretty steep
inclines. I had to have my steering
stoppers regreased, because they were
squeaking/creeking on sharp U-turns
w/bumps. Brakes started to make a high
pitch squeak noise, when going 20-30
mph. Brake pads were fine, the discs
needed to be resurfaced.
300w fosgate stereo, and 6 cd changer.
The longbed is a nice feature that
other compact crews and some full crews
4.0 V6 engine. Open it up, pleeaase!
raise suspension just a tad. Improve
on gas mileage. Increase rear seating
just a smidge.
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