People tell me these RAMs are all typically junk but in my case, I Just happened to get "a good one".I constantly receive a barrage of comments toward my truck on reliability, and still no problems what so ever since ive had it, just got to 100k miles and its been the most reliable vehicle ive ever owned.
Owned Fords and GMs, dealers aren't better then Ram dealers in my experience. You either have a good dealer or a bad one.This is my fourth Chrysler product, and we also have a Grand Cherokee, and all have been extremely reliable. I do wish the dealer network was a little better but not sure if our dealers are any different from Ford, GM, etc. I would do another Ram in a heartbeat as long as they don't make the new limited/rebel grille standard across the line.
We had a '92 Plymouth Grand Voyager that was around 275,000 miles on the original engine and transmission when my parents sold it in 2006. Mom just wanted a new vehicle but it was still going strong. I have no doubt it would have made it past 300,000 miles. Dad never liked the '06 odyssey that replaced it as much, he would always talk about how the Plymouth had better clearance for our camping trips.People tell me these RAMs are all typically junk but in my case, I Just happened to get "a good one".
I've also been told that Jeep Wrangler's are all rust-buckets, even though my 03 TJ is still solid as a rock.
Back in the 90's I had a Plymouth Voyager mini-van. In the ten trouble free years I drove it, multiple people told me what a junker all the Chrysler K-vehicles were.
When I was a kid, my Dad had a 1961 Plymouth Valiant. That sucker ran literally forever!
I guess in every single case I just happened to get "a good one" :smiley_thumbs_up: