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7 Things To Hate About The 6.7 Cummins Powered 2018 Ram

In the new car market, there is certainly a lot to love. Manufacturers are learning ...

In the new car market, there is certainly a lot to love. Manufacturers are learning and improving each and every year. However, with these improved vehicles still comes a bottom line. Keeping the cost low is still very much a factor which can inhibit quality. At times, this could leave something to be desired.

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Sometimes, there are also things that are overlooked in pulling vehicles together. When combined with personal preference, we don’t think that there will ever be a vehicle that everyone agrees is perfect. In fact, even with some of our favorites, it can be interesting to pick them apart and debate where they could be better.

This time, the topic of discussion is none other than a diesel-powered truck. Diesel trucks seem to be one of the hottest topics on the market today so what could possibly be bad to say about the 2018 Ram 2500? It seems like the 6.7 Cummins has put together quite a good reputation.

How does the truck hold up around it, though? Mopar vehicles have come a very long way in a lot of what they have put in place with their vehicles. After all, they used to have quite the sullen reputation when it came to quality. In this era, though, it looks like they’ve made a recovery.

This particular truck owner still has a bone to pick with the manufacturer, though. Some of these complaints seem to be pretty valid. Others might be a bit out in left field, though.

While our host does certainly have a lot to say about a couple of things that he isn’t a fan of on his new truck, it seems like he appreciates the ride overall. We get the feeling that his grumblings might just start a little bit of controversy, though.

What do you think of the collection of factors that this truck owner wants to change on the 18 Ram?

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