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Just a thought, but.....why would anyone buy a vehicle without driving it and knowing about all those things beforehand. I have owned many new and used cars and trucks and I drove every one of them (with the exception of a few antiques) and if anything was wrong and I bought it anyway, it was my fault.Report it
Umm, bluetooth is an option, you just didn't pick a truck equipped with it. 16 MPG is fine for a 5.7 V8, but your truck (unless you drive it with a lead foot or have the 4.2 gearing) will easily hit 20 MPG (my 5.7 with 3.92 rear got 21 MPG on my last highway trip). Paint isn't up to Mercedes-Benz levels, but is no worse than Ford or GM and looks fine for a domestic pickup truck. Again if your particular truck had a poor paint job, why did you pick that particular truck? The eco mode (8-4 cylinder) is fantastic. There is very little change in sound and the switch from 8 to 4 cylinders is smooth and nearly imperceptible, but the fuel economy gains are quite noticeable. Ford F150 is a better truck, but it sure isn't $7000 better, which is how much more I would have had to pay to get an F150 equipped comparably to my Ram 1500 Express.Report it
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