Truck is as strong as an ox, and has plenty of power and get up and go. Even though from the factory she only had 245 hp, she can still beat in a race a 2002 quad cab z71. That's likely due to the off road rams of 2000 and 2001 having 4.10 gears compared to Chevys 3.73 they were using.
The cabin has tons of room and a wide center console.
The off road is the only way to go for a 4x4. With its 4.10 gears and LSD rear and extra ground clearance, it's the best 4x4 made in 2001 in my opinion. Not to mention the beefed up solid front axle.
The truck itself isn't that high tech, so I can work on it very easily. But then again, that causes it to be worse on fuel mileage, but also give more room to do performance mods without having any sensors needing to be replaced with high dollar aftermarket sensors.
Example: I can take the air filter housing off the truck and start it, whereas with a Chevy or Ford, you cannot due to having a mass air flow sensor in the way, which will not allow the truck to be started if the filter is removed.