2008 RAM 1500 ST 3.7L Magnum V6 PS2
Lol. I'm not employed by ford but I am employed by an outside contractor that makes and assembles components for automakers worldwide. Our (at the facility I'm employed at) contract is building interior components (seat sets) for the kansas city ford assembly plant. I am a dodge guy through and through and have had great luck with them. it does somewhat burn my ass that he is calling dodge a fiat import; he obviously is oblivious to the fact that many of the components on his beloved fords are manufactured in other countries. This is why they are called assembly plants and not manufacturing plants. He obviously didn't know how to properly fix his truck or it wouldn't have broke again. I have always said cars are mechanical and therefore prone to failure. On another note a once die hard ford super duty power stroke guy at work traded his ford in for a dodge because he got tired of his ford being in the shop all the time.^ lol
He's probably on the chevy forum by now complaining about how the last 4 silverado's he's had have been total junk!
Maybe he's employed by ford...
Can't say it any better than that...I have always said cars are mechanical and therefore prone to failure. On another note a once die hard ford super duty power stroke guy at work traded his ford in for a dodge because he got tired of his ford being in the shop all the time.
I don't believe I'll ever buy a new vehicle, however, the express is the exception if I ever were to. Can't beat the value with that truck...The way i look at it every vehicle needs repairing sooner or later so waaaaaah. Second i had a 2002 Dodge ram 1500 with 94,000 miles on it and at 60,000 i had to get a new transmission, at 80 i had to replace the entire front end, coolant hoses, new radiator and a new drive shaft. So i finally went with a New 20111 dodger ram express this way if something brakes the dealer pays for it, so my friends my advice go new