I couldn't have said it better myself. As cool as they are, for that price why wouldn't you get a decently loaded 2500 diesel? And iirc , the mileage isn't really that good so for what someone would be doing with a 1500, why bother with the expensive diesel when you can get a comparable gas job a lot cheaper and probably cost about the same in fuel costs?
Re: Dodge 1/2 Ton Diesel in reply to T in NE, 06-05-2014 21:50:54
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To stay in warranty the dealer here says that it's right at $195.00 to change the oil and filter :shock: That right there is a game-changer :!: I wasn't planning on trading my 5.9 anyway so they can go pack sand on that one!
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