About every 6,000 miles expect front brake work. The first time, new pads, resurface rotors. Second time,new pads,new rotors, with explaination that all parts are not avail. Third time new pads, resurface rotors. Still no "parts" to correctlly fix. I suspect that in about 2,000 miles I'll be back again. Only this time I am going to make the dealer replace this vehicle under Florida's Lemon Law. Other than that it is a great truck
interior noise level, power, comfort
fix inherent brake problem, redesign shifter on column, too big, gets in way of radio controls when in drive
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