Trading the stang for a ram

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Trading off the 14 v6 for a dodge HEMI in the morning. Can't wait for the insurance break for a DD. After crashing the 15 insurance went up too much. Now I have something to pull the 15 to the track and keep her under 300 a month on mileage. Yeah I did marry the 15 even though I slapped her around day 5 after she knocked me upside the head. Good news she is painted and lined up perfect again.





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I really doubt you insurance will go down. I have a 2012 Ram with the Hemi. I know every case is different, but I would be suprised if it didn't go up. Also, depends I guess on how new the Hemi is.
 

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Being 4 wheeldrive makes a difference in insurance costs as well, right? At least it used to be on those types of things.

Congrats on the truck purchase. You didn't want to get a F150?
 

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Being 4 wheeldrive makes a difference in insurance costs as well, right? At least it used to be on those types of things.

Congrats on the truck purchase. You didn't want to get a F150?
I love the F-150....but the price is too damn high!!!
 
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Being 4 wheeldrive makes a difference in insurance costs as well, right? At least it used to be on those types of things.

Congrats on the truck purchase. You didn't want to get a F150?
nope to boxed looked,
 

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Trading off the 14 v6 for a dodge HEMI in the morning. Can't wait for the insurance break for a DD. After crashing the 15 insurance went up too much. Now I have something to pull the 15 to the track and keep her under 300 a month on mileage. Yeah I did marry the 15 even though I slapped her around day 5 after she knocked me upside the head. Good news she is painted and lined up perfect again.
Get the 8 speed !!! It's amazing !!
 
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I really doubt you insurance will go down. I have a 2012 Ram with the Hemi. I know every case is different, but I would be suprised if it didn't go up. Also, depends I guess on how new the Hemi is.
try 45 a month less over a base 14v6, medical kills the14.

And yes this gets me back to my insurance payment, gives a truck instead of two mustangs, 5.7 V8 with 395HO and 410TG with an automatic for daily driven, safer then the 14 mustang, I only drive 12 miles a day to work and back. Rest is pleasure and I'm on here a lot so go figure, and it's a new 14 off the lot that's never been test driven. Heck they took pictures of it today and re priced on the internet as it was lost in their inventory overall as it was listed over MSRP. Well not so more as it was sold way under invoice.
 

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Got the wife a '14 Ram 1500 Bighorn crewcab back in Dec '13. She loves it, I like driving it, and the 5.7 manages 19.2mpg. So win win for everyone.
 
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Being 4 wheeldrive makes a difference in insurance costs as well, right? At least it used to be on those types of things.

Congrats on the truck purchase. You didn't want to get a F150?
let's say after waiting 8 weeks for parts I will never buy another FORD. The old CEO Alan would help a common man like me in a worse situation, the new CEO Mark only send my email to a VP to chew me out because he thought I was a assistant plant manager at Ford.

Yeah Ford can Kiss my rear end chocolate starfish style. I want buy another but will just keep the 15, heck it's great. :ford::frusty::frusty::frusty::frusty:
 

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I pay 413 every 6 months for my 2012 Ram 1500 Hemi. I pay 421 for my 2015 Mustang EB. If it's really that much cheaper for you a month it really suprises me, but like I said earlier, every situation is different I guess!!!
 

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