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Old 01-02-2013, 11:17 AM   #21
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I will not buy a Nissan.

I just got out of my Tundra, and am seriously considering getting another. I loved my truck, and it looked great, ran great, quiet, and VERY smooth. Everyone who rode in it, said it was the best riding truck they've ever been in.
I've only ever personally driven Nissans. The Tundra wasn't mine, I've just used it some.

Nissan has yet to let me down. My little 11 year old Sentra is still going strong with very little mechanical work ever done to it outside of the body work done after an accident.
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I just think the inside of the Titan is hideous....
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My .02 cents.

I have a 2004 Dodge Ram I bought new, it has well over 100K miles and I have never had any issues with it whatsoever. I did the normal maintenance on it and it runs super smooth and it is a 4x4 quad cab.

I am actually looking for a new truck myself and will be purchasing one in the next year and with the way this truck ran with all I did to it I am 99% sure I am getting a 2013 Ram.

The 2013 Ram is also Motor Trend Truck of the Year and with the increased fuel mileage and the Ram Box it is pretty darn sweet. It also now has air suspension and a lot of other options that make it very hard to beat.

Should definitely at least give it a look.
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My .02 cents.

I have a 2004 Dodge Ram I bought new, it has well over 100K miles and I have never had any issues with it whatsoever. I did the normal maintenance on it and it runs super smooth and it is a 4x4 quad cab.

I am actually looking for a new truck myself and will be purchasing one in the next year and with the way this truck ran with all I did to it I am 99% sure I am getting a 2013 Ram.

The 2013 Ram is also Motor Trend Truck of the Year and with the increased fuel mileage and the Ram Box it is pretty darn sweet. It also now has air suspension and a lot of other options that make it very hard to beat.

Should definitely at least give it a look.
I appreciate the input! I like the looks of the new Ram, very sleek and stylish. Very comfy ride and plenty of room. Power is not a concern, as it has the same 5.7 that my Tundra had. My wife is the hard sell on the Ram. The 12's had some electrical issues, that I've been reading about, but, Chrysler has been known for electrical issues for YEARS, as I had an 01 Jeep Cherokee that my mom passed down to me. The radiator fan motor had some electrical short in it that no one could find or figure out, so it's sitting in my parents' front yard....I drove an 11 Ram Laramie and LOVED it. it was priced right and looks great...the wife on the other hand, hates em.
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I have a chevy Duramax diesel. If you are not going to pull anything heavy you will not need the diesel. Excellent engines and transmissions but a lot of truck.
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If you go the diesel route, Cummins all the way. I'm a Ford guy, but you can't kill a Cummins, and I love that. Diesel can be a bitch in short routes, but if you get in a lot of stop-and-go traffic, and plan on doing any towing in the future, it'll be your best friend. Diesel's can be troublesome WHEN they need work, but if you take care of it and keep up with maintenance, it'll last damn near forever.

If you want the gas route, either the new F-150 or 250 is great. That 6.2L (if you're a V8 guy) is stout. If you want the EcoBoost route on the 150, it's a very respectable 365 horse, so it's not far from the 6.2, and it's better on fuel.

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My .02 Cents. Used to own a Ford Lightning (I know, its not a "real truck") and sold it a few years back when premium was 5 bucks a gallon for Honda Civic. While the Civic was great for getting me to and from work, just didn't feel right in it, and drove my wifes Tahoe whenever we were going around town.

I just bought a Dodge Ram Quad cab, Hemi powered with the Big Horn package. It has amazing ride, interior is amazing (I agree, the Chevy's have a lot lacking in the interior) and the power is top of the line (the sound is also amazing, even better when I switch out the muffler). As for the poster above me that was saying the RamBox was a selling point...DO NOT GET IT. While the idea of the Rambox is "cool", All it really does is steal a VERY LARGE portion of your bed space.

Get the rambox, you can store a whole bunch of mess in the sides of the bed, but you won't be able to put a 4-wheeler, jetski, couch, etc in the bed.
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A Tundra might be your best bet. I'd rather buy a Toyota over a GM or Ford any day. They are more reliable - or at least everybody that I know that owns a Toyota has been very happy with their purchase and have had their cars for years.
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toyota

i have a ford, good truck, eats batteries, stiff ride, four wheel drive makes a wack wack wack noise, haz never been stuck in the mud
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Lol, my uncle was bragging about having bought an American car in the ninetys, pissed him off when I showed him the assembled in Mexico sticker on the inside of his wife's new ford, it's not that simple anymore, there's a kia or hyundai pland in alabama, a Honda (granted its Honda ATvs and not cars) and BMW plant in SC. both of which ate traditionally considered "imports"
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i think tundra is assembled in Indiana/Texas
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Everyone talking about the interior of chevy butisnt their entire interior being redone. Inthe the 2013 maybe it is the 14 model
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their whole Silverado is being redone in 14, inside and out. Looks like they combined some of the stylings from the Colorado and the older Silverado, and took some inspiration from Tundra and Ford.
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Everyone talking about the interior of chevy butisnt their entire interior being redone. Inthe the 2013 maybe it is the 14 model
Yeah, the 2014 gm truck interior (especially) the dash layout, looks suspiciously like the current ford dash
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I agree. Just called State Farm to get my settlement, and they are now saying they're not totaling my Tundra. They valued it at $26k, and said damage so far estimated less than $8k. I'm leary of this, as I could clearly see the rear axle and drive shaft were busted and broken...
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I agree. Just called State Farm to get my settlement, and they are now saying they're not totaling my Tundra. They valued it at $26k, and said damage so far estimated less than $8k. I'm leary of this, as I could clearly see the rear axle and drive shaft were busted and broken...
Do you have an appraisal provision. I had this on my el camino. It allowed me to get an outside appraisal. Were you there at the visual exam. You are entitled to be there to point on things that "accidently overlook". What kind of rental coverage do u have? Get the most expensive rental car covered because rental fees also count to the total loss. Edmunds has a thing on their site called true value appraiser ( i think). Dispute the value. However rear axles and drive shaft arent structural. If the frame isnt bent 26k is gonna be hard to get to. Several years ago my best friend wrecked a truck while in west va. Truck was 2 years old and third wreck, second major, in six months and they put a whole new frame, both rear quarter panels, bith rear doors, front pass door and front driver fender, front fascia. He played ping pong off guard rails on both side of the mountain. they had his truck for four months. Couldnt believe it wasnt totald. His rental coverage only lasted a week. Kept it from total losd
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Do you have an appraisal provision. I had this on my el camino. It allowed me to get an outside appraisal. Were you there at the visual exam. You are entitled to be there to point on things that "accidently overlook". What kind of rental coverage do u have? Get the most expensive rental car covered because rental fees also count to the total loss. Edmunds has a thing on their site called true value appraiser ( i think). Dispute the value. However rear axles and drive shaft arent structural. If the frame isnt bent 26k is gonna be hard to get to. Several years ago my best friend wrecked a truck while in west va. Truck was 2 years old and third wreck, second major, in six months and they put a whole new frame, both rear quarter panels, bith rear doors, front pass door and front driver fender, front fascia. He played ping pong off guard rails on both side of the mountain. they had his truck for four months. Couldnt believe it wasnt totald. His rental coverage only lasted a week. Kept it from total losd
I wasn't driving the truck. It was parked and someone else is at fault. We are dealing with everything through the other party's insurance. We got a nice rental, 13 Explorer all the bells and whistles, but it aint my truck! You know? I wasn't at the appraisal because it happened in Union, and I live in Summerville, impossible. They are towing the truck down here to get checked out by a certified Toyota Collision center and I will be there when that one takes place. I don't really need to dispute the value, as they got it pretty spot on as far as the truck's worth. We were hoping to get out of it around what they initially quoted, now they are going back, saying it isn't totaled. I am just ready to get this over with. Get MY truck back or get a new one.
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I wasn't driving the truck. It was parked and someone else is at fault. We are dealing with everything through the other party's insurance. We got a nice rental, 13 Explorer all the bells and whistles, but it aint my truck! You know? I wasn't at the appraisal because it happened in Union, and I live in Summerville, impossible. They are towing the truck down here to get checked out by a certified Toyota Collision center and I will be there when that one takes place. I don't really need to dispute the value, as they got it pretty spot on as far as the truck's worth. We were hoping to get out of it around what they initially quoted, now they are going back, saying it isn't totaled. I am just ready to get this over with. Get MY truck back or get a new one.
I feel you my truck is 98. And i dont want a different one. Have replaced tranny and motor and should have replaced the truck at some point. But it was more economical at those points to fix since it was paid off. At least that is what i told my wife but man i just wanted my truck
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So, I talked with State Farm again yesterday. They are really dropping the ball. Towed it down here to a dealer in North Charleston. The lady from State Farm told me they would have to put it on a lift to inspect the underside of the truck and get an estimate for that. The guy who did it, said they still haven't put it on a lift, and he is still only estimating at $8k. He stated that they wouldn't put it on a lift until they were ready to start the work. Then he gives me the great news. They're going to use used parts to fix my truck. I told him no way. So it looks like we're in for a fight. My truck was bought in February 10, brand new. It only had 32,000 miles on it. Super clean, as I take very good, meticulous care of my vehicles. So, there's no way I'm letting them use used parts for my truck. They have to restore to OEM, and they could use parts as far back as 07 for that truck. He said he would email me a list of things, and estimated cost, but he hasn't done that yet. So we're going down today to look at the truck and see what they're going to decide. I hate insurance companies with a passion!
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