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Re: New Ram V6

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03-17-2013 10:20:25

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Around 8, and the hemi pulls 25,000 just fine, try one out in the powerwagon with the 4:56 rearend there wild.

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03-17-2013 10:44:05

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 Re: New Ram V6 in reply to G1355, 03-17-2013 10:20:25  
Now we're talking about 2 different things. You're talking about a 3/4 ton with 4.56 gears vs a 1/2 ton Eco-Boost with 3.55 or 3.73 gears. A 5.7 with 4.56 gears will NEVER EVER break 15mpg.Don't argue with me on this, there are reports all over the internet about 12-13 being average. An Eco-boost with 3.73 gears will get 20+mpg and have all sorts of power. This guy wants a truck that will get good mileage. A powerwagon does not fit the bill. A regular cab 4x4 Eco-Boost costs around 30-32,000. The Powerwagon is 48,000 base price. You can get a 6spd manual with a Cummins for aobut $1,000 more. No argument about that being more truck than the Eco-Boost.

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03-17-2013 15:52:37

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 Re: New Ram V6 in reply to farmer boy, 03-17-2013 10:44:05  
Ya I know its more truck, and the powerwagon option is 7400 and the cummins is 6500, and look at the picture above, I can get16-17 all day long diving it 60 taking it easy on it, if you keep your foot in all the time, it probebly does get 13 but that's not what I get or how I drive. I know what I get mpg, I drive one every day, and have figured it with paper and pencil to.

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