"I bought this truck used 2 years ago and I love it. I drive this vehicle everyday to and from work. Not only does it look good, but it is very practical. Other than a spray in bed liner, I have put no money into this truck except for routine maintenance. I have hauled mulch, top soil, yard waste, furniture, etc. Great truck for the money."
Cons: "ABS on rear wheels only. Cup holder for passenger."
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"Bought this vehicle new and have been very pleased. This is the most comfortable riding truck that I have ever owned. Have had no repairs other than normal maintenance. Body is attractive and gets compliments. If you are considering this vehicle, I believe that you will not be sorry."
"Too many recalls, too many repairs. Middle front drink holder knocks over drinks. Large turning radius. Has been in the shop at least 20 times since purchase. I'm original owner, glad I bought extended warranty."
"This truck is great for hauling small to medium loads, lumber, lawn care, building supplies. Runs great, easy to drive and a very nice interior for the price point. Have had no maint. issues at all, no leaks, no hassles..."
"I really like this truck. I bought it used with 13K miles. I was worried about a truck because of gas mileage but it is really good. 20mpg hwy. I have been stopped a dozen times by people asking what it is and saying they really like it.
Nice body style,
Gas mileage is good,
Room for 6 (5 comfortably),
Little loose in the backend on bumps,
NOT good on ice,
Foot room when getting out of the backseat is cramped,
They don't make them anymore."
"This has been a good truck for me.
Bought it new for half the sticker price due to manufacture spiff's and the like.
Only one thing to truly complain about and that's the Dodge parts.
My shifter broke off in my hand due to a flaw in the steel goose neck (which is part of the transmission) the shifter screws to. Not really a big deal, things happen. The broken piece had the Dodge logo and part number on it so I headed for the local Dodge dealership for replacement. There I learned that the small steel goose-neck the shifter attaches to was part of the top of the transmission and would have to be purchased with a complete new transmission top-end for $1800.00. So typical of anything Dodge related.
I told the Dodge parts room boys what they could do with that and had a machinist make a adapter for the shifter to screw to for a few bucks and all was well.
Not so bad considering the low quality of American made auto parts today. This has been my only problem with this truck and suspect it to be a rare occurrence."