In a case like that I would have asked them to see the black book value of your car wholesale price as recorded at the sales. All vehicles are one of each. This truck needs room to park so in city i. Five-year resale values should be roughly comparable to the Fords and better than the Rams. The front bumper has aggressive stamping. The new Laramie Longhorn is ultra-luxurious.
It also includes trailer-towing upgrades, interior and exterior convenience, lighting enhancements, all-terrain tires and underbody protection. The Laramie Longhorn also includes a unique two-tone paint job. Exhaust braking This system progressively restricts the diesel's exhaust — depending on speed and grade — to help slow the rig with added compression braking. Ride Comfort If bouncing around the farm in your Daddy's 1972 Dodge formed your opinion about how trucks should behave, you owe it to yourself to experience the smooth, comfortable ride afforded by the 2011 Ram Heavy Duty pickup trucks. He said he couldn't believe it because the truck looked so good and the brakes had almost no wear.
The single-piece chrome bumper wraps around the front fenders to give it a modern look and improved aerodynamics to help gas mileage. Mine was excellent with less than 10K miles. At least didn't on mine. Seems the dealers may be willing to give you a little more for trading up. . If you research the private party sales, they are slow to almost non-existant. They kept making up different stories about the status of the truck.
Given the new standard 36-gallon tank, you can theoretically drive up to 680 miles between fill-ups, which equates to almost 19 mpg on the highway unloaded. Unfortunately, I have to agree. The Laramie Longhorn model is new and the most luxurious Ram truck yet. This truck also qualifies for an extended warranty. Both Chrysler 300 that I was interested in were in bad condition.
Its fifth-wheel tow capability is 21,700 pounds, it can tow up to a 17,000-pound conventional load with its factory-installed hitch, and the Duramax is fully B20 biodiesel compatible. See the full carfax report for additional information and glossary of terms. First Chrysler had a change oil in the dashboard and smelled like cigarettes, which is currently one of the employees that work there. The modern technology will allow the vehicle to last longer and will be in better shape 40 years down the road than the '70 Challenger has held up in last 40 years, and it's undeniably the best looking modern pony car. Thanks Sirius for almost non stop music all across America and Canada. I was pleased to hear that. I would advise anyone buying this truck to look after it and it should do you well.
The carpet is protected by specially designed all-weather rubber mats with polished metal badging and removable carpet inserts. They sold it, but I have no idea what they actually got for it. Mpg is based on epa estimates for newly manufactured vehicles only. But who knows and admittedly, their re-sale value is holding up pretty well so there is hope :smileup: Click to expand. You are naive if you think that it limits production to maintain customer resale value.
Only work that was done, was normal maintenance at Dodge recommended intervals. I did change the oil and filter religiously at 10,000 miles since most driving was on Interstates. Chrysler is trying to pull itself out of a diastrous financial situation and will make as many cars as desired by dealers and consumers. Had a smog sensor at the turbo that went bad and had to be towed a half mile to repair shop. Ask us for more details! When I traded in on the Det Yellow, I got 28.
Vehicle Overview Last year, Chrysler overhauled the Ram 2500 and 3500 heavy-duty pickups with new exteriors and interiors. The market will pay what the market will pay. As much as I'd love to see it, I really can't see our Challengers becoming future classics please don't burn me at the stake. Not to be upstaged, Ram once again moves the bar, this time by introducing a newly-improved Cummins diesel. Only 1 problem on vacation, and the first real service work other than scheduled maintenance, since I bought the truck.
When I traded in on the Det Yellow, I got 28. Since purchase I have put on 15000 kms pulling a 10500 lbs 5th wheel on two trips between Alberta and Yuma. Had only 15k miles on it, runs like a champ, pulls like a beast, smoothest ride I've ever had in a truck it's only equal for comfort is the F-350 Kings Ranch 2005 edition. With my good luck with these trucks so far I would certainly buy another one. This means the dealership will make holdback percentage of invoice Chrysler holds and releases to the dealership after the sale to cover interest on the inventory, advertising, ect.
Sometimes Dealers will even offer better deals if you finance with a particular lending institution that they are associated with that gives them interest kickbacks. One last observation is pulling through mountains in hot weather is not a issue for engine heat or transmission hear. Wow, that dealership is trying to rip your head off. Actual rating will vary with driving conditions, habits, and vehicle condition. But who knows and admittedly, their re-sale value is holding up pretty well so there is hope :smileup: Unfortunately, I have to agree. Prices exclude tax, title, and license.