Very good experience, no problem with test drives. Dealer is willing to work on the price.
best towing in class
by jtruck from Kentucky
March 31, 2018
Pulled my 42ft 5th wheel over the rocky mtns with ease!! couldn't even tell it was there. Very comfortable drive , we drove from Colorado to Kentucky and it was one of the smoothest rides I have every had.
Keith Fare did a great job in explaining everything to me....never thought I would be able to have a nice car. Thank you to everyone there...friendly fast and reliable
Went down at 28,000 miles
by Tina from Pattinson,MS
March 7, 2018
Got this 2016 3500 dually bighorn for towering a 5th wheel toy hauler. Made one trip and now it is stuck in a low gear . Will not go over 30. Only has 28,000 miles. Very disappointed. Will get it fixed and trade it for a Ford. Stay away for Ram .
Chris done an outstanding job of getting my truck in and getting it fixed, so I could get back on the road.
Strongest pulling truck on the market
by E.T. from Bullhead City, AZ
September 18, 2017
This truck is of no comparison. Out tows out performs all the rest. The ride comfort is just s good as the towing. Very comfortable and quiet. Has a spacious cab and offers many comfort and convenience options. Don't buy any other till you drive a RAM!
I took my car in without an appointment. They got my car in quickly. Shortly after I got home Dean called to let me know what the problem was and what it would cost to fix it. When the job was done today sent a car for me.
Drive/Tows like a Champ
by Coach from Golden Valley, MN
September 8, 2017
2016 3500 6.7 Turbodiesel Crewcab Big Horn standard bed 68RFE auto SRW. Upgraded from a 2500 for more payload and glad I did in case I upgrade the fifth-wheel. Currently towing a 12K # fiver. Just back from a 2-week trip to Gettysburg PA. Truck went up the Allegheny Mountains easily and down easier with the smart diesel exhaust brake. 6% grades down for 1/2 mile at a time and didn't touch the brakes. Love saving my pads. Plenty of grunt and tow haul with stout brakes saved our bacon when a semi pulled out without signal 20 ft in front of us at 65 mph. She backed down on a dime. Came from a Chevy and hated to leave it but couldn't find a price close to the Ram for similar trim and options. Is also a daily driver. Been solid in Minnesota winters. IMO, Ram's plus over Chevy Silverado 3500 include integrated brake controller on right side of wheel rather than upper left. Dumb design. Same for lack of an interior DEF gauge, DEF tank behind passenger front tire and DEF fill requiring one to pop the hood. Really? Plenty of interior leg room and the Ram has a tight turning radius for a one ton. I think a better finish as well. Good sight-lines all around. Touch screen nav system easy to use. Decent apps. Drove both trucks and each were smooth riders, just couldn't justify the extra $5K for fewer features. If you like push start and want leather in a truck, the Laramie is a great choice as well. Happy with my Big Horn, she gets the job done and then some.
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