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Old 04-15-2012, 11:50 AM
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hammer1 touched on the only issue I have, the occasional bump from the fuel in the tank. Other than that my truck has been great. I get 12mpg city and 19mpg hwy. I have 3000 miles on it and if I can get 14mpg city when its broken in I'll be happy.

One key item that is important is the price of the fuel, my Ram runs on 87. If the Ecoboost requires premium, 91 or so, it is like 11 cents a litre more here! That would wipe out the mileage gains would it not?

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