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5 Things to Know About the 2015 Ram 1500 Video | Edmunds.com

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  • boxer22boxer22 Member Posts: 3
    You forgot to mention they are extremely unreliable.
    I work it the car repair industry and Dodge products are notoriously unreliable vehicles, that are poorly built.
  • meteor10meteor10 Member Posts: 59
    But in comparison with competitors does it still look like an unreliable car?
  • steverstever Guest Posts: 52,454
    All cars are pretty reliable these days. I've put about 19,000 miles on an '09 Grand Caravan that I picked up back in April. So now it's up to 144,000 miles and so far so good. Just a brake job on the rear.
  • boxer22boxer22 Member Posts: 3
    You either get a great dodge product or a lemon there is no in between. You are rolling the dice when ever you buy one.
  • gmdodgeboygmdodgeboy Member Posts: 4
    I was a die hard Chevy truck guy for nearly 2 decades. I had V8 gas and turbo motors in trucks and SUVs. I made the switch to a 2014 Dodge Ram 1500 Crew Cab Big Horn Edition with the Hemi in November 2013 and have never looked back. After 24,000+ miles of mixed highway, city and country off road that it has been 100% reliable. The only service that I have needed outside of these fluid changes is updates to the radio software as I have the 8.4" touchscreen with Uconnect. I have never had a problem with my truck, get my fluids changed and tires rotated as scheduled. This truck is comfortable in every situation with excellent power and amazing features. All of my Chevy trucks had the intermediate steering shaft issues, tie rod end issues and numerous problems that the dealer told me "That part should never have failed..." I blew out transmission cooling lines at 80,000 miles. Inner tie rod ends at 50,000 miles, full gauge cluster failure at 90,000 miles and what lead me to sell many of my vehicles was full steering box failure at 100,000 miles. The Big 3 basically produce the same trucks now with the same reliability. It is just becoming the difference in interior options and style that make the difference.
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