Not perfect, but what is.
first off, avoid the automatics they are prone to failure with high repair cost. So if you are considering one, its best to find one with a manual. I bought one of these a little over a month ago and uncovered some interesting problems like the drain holes in the rocker panels clogging and causing them to fill up with water and splash out a hole behind the kick panel on to the carpet. Another is that every fix requires lots of things to be removed such as front cv's for example, witch require removing more parts in the front end than is strictly necessary. Other problems include excessive frame rust so look out for that if you plan on getting one. so far the biggest problem with this truck is that every part is over engineered to the extent that it makes this truck out of reach for some DIY mechanics, and trust me your going to want to be a mechanic to own one. Also surprisingly good off road, its wheel base and ground clearance are perfect for putting around it the woods on rutted trails. So, if your up for a challenge repair wise, and want a good reliable and a bit left field 4X4, look no further.