Ford Ram and Silverado how they are seen

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    I’d pick a Ram limited in a heartbeat over any of the big three. The Silverado is horrible, the high country looks much better in person. But still. I do t know what they were thinking 12F63025-269B-48C5-ADDB-22AE07F88468.jpeg
     
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    FORD for me fiat dodge is junk, and chevy sucks. :crackup::cwl:
     
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    I think Chevy should’ve kept the squared off wheel wells. Other than that the new Silverado has grown on me.

    Ram has stepped up but I’m leery of Chrysler products period. I had a Ram Rebel as a rental and it was a very nice truck and the quality has come a long way. My dad has gotten lucky with his Ram, 04, has over 200k and no major failures other than basically needing to rebuild the front suspension. I had two Jeeps (97 and 04) and I don’t even have to speak on the quality of them. I’d consider a newer Grand Cherokee but that’s about it... and the Charger/Challenger.
     
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    Chevy got on a really f'd up design streak with this, and it's been downhill ever since. I've liked the Dodge since way back when started looking like a mini-semi truck. I think it looks really good now. The F-150 has had a few misses along the way (hated the grille-bumper integration on this generation's grille), but overall it's been a good looking truck for decades. Silverado.JPG F150.JPG
     
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