Former Dodge owner (was going to buy another) but Titan had better performance (acceleration, 4-wheel ABS) and way more features than similar Ram (R-F Stereo, pwr rear window, utili-trak bed/spray-in liner, rear sonar, rear panel storage). It would have cost an add'l $4k to get Ram to similar features and Titan was less to begin with. As for the Titan itself, the captainís chairs (and back seats) are very comfortable and there is tons of leg room in the back (not so much in the Ram). Gas mileage has been so-so, all city driving (including moderate hills) gets me 13.7-14.1 mpg but a truck is a truck. I havenít really done enough interstate miles to get a good evaluation of that mileage.
R-F speakers sound great, great acceleration (even at cruising), roomy cab (lift back seats up and have lots of room on floor for dogs to lay down), easy lift tailgate, fender storage is handy for straps etc, pwr rear window. Fits very nicely in garage (shorter bed), center console can hold folders.
Bleutooth is limited to specific phones, window/mirror controls are on top of the door panel vs. down by the door handle, garage door openers should be in overhead console (not mirror), stereo is broken up into component parts vs. one unit and display is dated (think digital alarm clock).
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