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2015 Ram 1500 Crew Cab Laramie 4dr Crew Cab 6.3 ft SB (5.7L 8cyl 8A)
2015 Ram 1500 Crew Cab Big Horn 4dr Crew Cab 4WD 6.3 ft SB (5.7L 8cyl 8A)
This is the second NEW ram truck we have owned. The first was a 2011 4x4 crew cab that we loved but was part of the huge recall where the back ends need replaced, which really put a bad taste in our mouth since we had been driving this truck pulling campers and boats for many years with children on trips, knowing they should have recalled this years ago and knowing we weren't "safe" was a bad feeling. Dealership said it would be 8-10 weeks without our truck to repair, really?? So we traded it in! Bought a new 2015 4x4 big horn with the longer bed, love it!! But each time we started it up a big cloud of white smoke blew out the tale pipes. We contacted salesman, who said to put first 1000 miles on it and if it's still did it to bring it in. At 5,000 miles husband does first oil change and only 2 quarts of oil comes out (it holds 7 quarts)!!! We take it to dealership explain this, they hook it up and say "it has to be water vapor, nothing's wrong with truck". We continue to drive it, we are adding a quart of oil every 1000-1500 miles! That's a lot of oil this truck is burning!! We now have 10,000 miles and decide they are going to figure this out. We take it in to dealer, nothing leaking oil outside engine so they mark the oil level and tell us to drive it 1,000 miles and bring it back in so they can "document how much it's burning then send a request to Chrysler dodge fiat to see if they will allow them to replace or repair engine". So now we play their game... I think it's ridiculous! We pay $45,000 for a brand new truck that burns oil like a 20 year old truck?!?! Just to be told they may or may not fix the problem... As much as we have loved our 2 ram trucks, if they don't fix this under warranty, it will be the last dodge Chrysler anything we own!!!!
2015 Ram 1500 Crew Cab Outdoorsman 4dr Crew Cab 5.6 ft SB (3.6L 6cyl 8A)
Not our first Ram. Had the hemi last round and loved it other than the cheap street tires they use.
This one tho, seriously? The shifter is a knob on the dash? Horrible! Hate it. Its a truck, a truck needs a shifter. Also the rear temp controls are bad design. Again... Horrible choice of rubber for a truck tire.
All in all space wise, looks , reliabilty are good. But that dash shifter? Godawful.
2015 Ram 1500 Crew Cab Big Horn 4dr Crew Cab 4WD 5.6 ft SB (3.6L 6cyl 8A)
Just passed 8,000 on my Ecodiesel, and I am very impressed with this truck so far. The truck is exciting to drive with seemingly endless torque and plenty of horsepower combined with amazing fuel economy and luxury. I've had no major issues; this is the 2nd Ram truck I've owned and been very happy with both of them. I would recommend the Ecodiesel without hesitation. With the Ecodiesel being a newer platform for Ram, I hope my satisfaction continues and this proves to be a smart and worthwhile purchase. As of now, I will say it has been the best all around vehicle I have owned.
Update 7/2/16: I just passed 20,000. This truck is an engineering marvel! 27.4 miles per gallon was my all-time average yesterday. It fluctuates a little of course, but it's a lot of fun to see it hitting that kind of gas mileage. How Ram can maintain this much torque and power, with a vehicle as heavy as it is and get that kind of gas mileage is truly amazing to me. Highly recommend this truck.
2015 Ram 1500 Crew Cab Lone Star 4dr Crew Cab 5.6 ft SB (3.6L 6cyl 8A)
I was in love with this truck. It had everything I need in a truck: great ride, towing, and fuel efficiency. All was great until I was driving home from an out-of-state trip. About 200 miles from home, in the middle of nowhere, my engine died on the interstate while I was do about 65. Fortunately, I pulled over safely and contacted roadside assistance. It was a Saturday. Their solution, as per their contract, was to tow me to the nearest dealer, in a small town. The dealership was already closed for the day and would be closed on Sunday. I had to be at work on Monday, so this wasn't an option for me. Fiat Chrylser America couldn't help me; their "roadside assistance" was to leave me stranded in a small down for days. I had to pay out-of-pocket myself for my Ram to be towed home so I could at least go to work.
It turned out to that the resonator blew. The local dealership held it for several days and returned it to me repaired. Two weeks later, my "low oil pressure light came on." I dropped it off at the dealership and after a day or two they called me back and told me there was metal in the oil pain. The engine disintegrated and I was told it would be replaced under warranty.
Today is day #30 without a truck. I have opened a case with Fiat Chrylser America and have talked to their customer-service representative once. She was very nice, but unfortunately I haven't received an update in about 10 days.
Overall, I regret purchasing this truck. I've spoke with other Ecodiesel owners on Ram forums and it seems I'm not alone when it comes to dead engines and difficulties with Fiat Chrylser America.
I will happily update this review if a happy-ending