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Value for Money if you keep it.
by Dutchman from London, ON | May 2, 2013
Bought one of the last 2010's in 2011. 4cyl 5Sp is great for commuting and trips to Home Depot. With incentives purchase Price NEW was 10K less than chev/toy/nissan and 20k less than a F150. Not the truck i would have bought based on emotion, but a great value that made sense. After 2 years it has been solid and reliable. The ride is stiff, but not bad. Fully recommend it if you want value for money and don't need to show off with the latest and greatest.
Ok truck not much bells and whistles and not much power but what'd you expect. Bad part is how much the truck value depreciates after a couple of years, they don't hold their value at all they pretty much drop in half. Bought mine new in 08 for 14k, can barely get 7k with super low miles. Trying to trade it in at a dealer is a joke as well. I guess I'll just keep it.