Picked up my first Dodge/Ram a few days ago. Has the less desirable 4.7 V8 and is a 4x2 but will suit my explorations fine and was really affordable.
2013 w/ 20k on the clock.
Big trucks have sure come a long way from the 60-80's that I'm familiar with. It rides like a Cadillac.
The ongoing trend of streamline and smoothed over angles, though I understand the purpose, is just a bummer to me. Take the new Ridgeline as another example.
I wouldn't bet money on it. But here's to hoping.
Pic is from the last get your hopes up concept.
Honestly it looked perfect. Inside was mint. No wear or worn marks interior or exterior.
I found a thread on the 4Runner forum called "What did you pay for yours" that's been pretty eye opening. $36 for a new TE sounds amazing! It's numbers like that, that make the used market seem all the...
I checked it out in person New Year's Day. It's a beautiful truck, but I noticed the multiple transfers as well. As mentioned here when spending this much money it gets sketchy real fast if anything sticks out as fishy.
I'm not married to KDSS. And as much as I'd like to think I'd need crawl control and terrain select on every one of my outings that's definetly not the case. Which would make a new 2016 nicely optioned SR5 4x4 in the $36-37k range a viable option. Normally I'm a fan of new due to knowing the...