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2008 Dodge Ram 1500 OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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patrick
patrick
Ladson, South Carolina
4.0
Trusty
I love my truck it is very dependable and has just the right bit of space on the inside and a long enough truck bed to get most jobs done. The truck is priced kind of high but much lower than other brands like Ford and Toyota. Its performance is about what you would expect for its price range (about $25000) which is good but not close to heavy duty. Over all I am content with my purchase and think that it is a reasonable buy for anyone looking for a truck for mid usage. Any one needing to move anything over 5000 lbs will need a Dodge Ram 2500 or higher for pulling, carrying on the truck bed is only about 1200 lbs. One last key thing about the truck is its gas usage which is very high. The average driver may get about 12 - 15 miles per gallon. This is a big let down but the truck is a 2008.
Trish
Trish
Alvarado, Texas
4.0
Good work truck.
This truck was purchased primarily for the lifetime warranty that was offered. The warranty covered all parts and labor on the transmission and engine on Dodge vehicles manufactured through 2008. However, for this warranty to be in effect, the truck had to be still owned by the original buyer. For this reason, I have not traded it in on a new vehicle. As the owner of a horse farm, I needed it to haul hay. The bed of the truck was big enough to hold a large round bale of hay without any problem. This was something that had to be purchased frequently for the horses. There was also enough power in the engine to pull a fully loaded two horse trailer. That would require it to handle several thousand pounds easily. The factory-installed bumper hitch was adequate for whatever we were pulling, and the electrical system hooked up and worked well with the lights on the trailer. The truck bed came with the heavy liner that protected the bed from being damaged, and consequently, the truck has continued to look nice. Now that it is getting older, I am hoping the warranty I bought it for will come in handy should I begin having any problems with the transmission or engine.