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Best Truck ever owned
by Long Time Dodge Owner from Centreville, VA | June 5, 2011
I bought a 97 Dodge Ram 2500 new and had this vehicle for 14 years before I sold it. It had 186000 miles on it when I sold it. I bought this truck for 18200.00 dollars new. I completed regular maintenance and only had one problem with this vehicle while I owned it. The fuel pump went out in 2010. I had it replaced, no more problem. This is a solid truck and I anticipate the next owner will get another 100K out of with no problem.