That being said, I really liked the Dodge. The extra displacement of the Hemi was obvious and very fun to drive. I learned it had the 8 speed transmission which made the torque band available whenever you needed it. It was also equipped with a heavy duty sway bar and the sucker took turns like a champ. I actually raced a couple of turbo-ed up ricers on a road trip that Hatfield and I took. Even running it like I did, we still squeaked out 20 mpg.
Ruination......if you want me to read ur reviews, well you gotta do better the 'i like dem dar flicky-doo hand chifters'
Ruination wrote:If only you knew what I do to rental cars.
-88- wrote:Yea on second thought, you just go ahead & keep that to yourself.
N law wrote:The talk about the Ford that von rented made me think of this topic which came up yesterday. The all new aluminum body F150. Sure, its lightweight, but can you afford to repair a panel? Will insurance go up on the number 1 best selling truck? Again, engineers changing things just to change things.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/joannmuller ... pair-bill/
-88- wrote:Jacked it up? Your musings are better then any of ruination's contributions
Ruination wrote:I think all new car interiors are crappy these days
Cronk wrote:Now that's more like it guys!
Here is the Silverado Iceberg edition. Picked up a bit of ice on the trip back to work. Wondered why the temp gauge was a bit above average.
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