Originally Posted by Cummins12V98
Do your self a favor test drive a LongHorn. Our Die hard KingRanch friends could not stop commenting on the ride and the quality of the interior.
Trouble with Rams is that they don't have nearly as good of a dealer base as Ford and General Motors. And Ram dealers are seldom been in business as long or have a business as stable as the Ford and GM dealers.
I've always been able to get a better deal on Fords and GM's because they have so many other good selling vehicles to pay the rent. Ram dealers have to charge relatively high prices on pickups and Jeeps to make up for all the "dog" cars their factory forces them to stock.
My 2003 3/4 ton diesel truck does a great job with a tuner, and I have no need to pay $40K cash difference to buy a new truck. At 120K miles, my engine just got broken in.