This truck is no hot rod. But than again, what 5000lb SUV is for $35,000? You can drag race a Mustang GT and win however.
Overall, I like the truck. Little repairs that keep occurring do shake my confidence.
Now, I have read a lot of reviews on this site where people complain about bad gas mileage. People, come on... when you purchased the vehicle, the window sticker plainly states the these trucks, and they ARE trucks, get between 12 and 16 miles per gallon. You're talking about a vehicle that weighs between 4700 and 5200 pounds. I don't know if you've ever tried to push it, but it's not easy. Also, most of them have all wheel drive. Most cars, even top end models, only have one set of wheels to worry about pushing (or pulling). You have TWO!! Another issue, most of you have a BIG V-8 engine. That's 5.9 liters and 360 cubic inches that are working under there. Those 3 variables don't (and can't) combine to result in good gas mileage. But then again, you all knew that when you bought them. Right?
My last comment deals with ergonomics. You should all know what that is. The seats are great, the leather is thick and high quality, the handling is wonderful for a vehicle this big, it's surprisingly quick, and an absolute blast to drive. Chrysler vehicles are great to drive these days, but none of that matters when it's in the shop.