I bought this car from a local dealer as is with ~112K on it. They had put on new tires (which was cool) and cleaned it up good.
One thing I didn't like was they didn't tell me about the rear wiper not working or the fog lights not working... oh well, as is..is...as is.. my fault for not checking.
I hear a lot of people complaining about repairs.. you have to do a thing called "preventative maintenance". First thing I did when I got my truck was go to Goodyear (not affiliated)..they have a $40 fee for checking basically everything from bumper to bumper.
After their report of stuff they found wrong, their price to fix it was almost $2K. I didn't intend on them fixing it anyway as I have my own mechanic I've been going to for some time now.
I had a complete tune-up done, rear windshield motor replaced, fog lights fixed, everything greased that's supposed to get greased. He also removed part of a block heater that was on there and wasn't functional for me. All this was only just over $400.
Since then, I've changed the oil every 3 months since I don't drive it enough to put 3,000 miles on it using pennzoil, and let it warm up in the winter time for about 1 minute.
I've had the truck now for 7 months with absolutely NO problems. I've even put some performance into it.
I've got a cool air intake, dual exhaust and superchips programmer in it and it runs like a bat out of hell!
It gets 11.5MPG in the city and 14MPG on the highway which isn't bad and doesn't stray from the original manufacturer's markings.
All I can say is, if you take care of her, she'll take care of you! Actually read the manual if you've never owned a 4-WHEEL drive vehicle before because there's stuff you shouldn't do--like switch into 4WD on dry pavement.
Shouts to all the "D" owners out there.. take some pride in it and it won't let you down.