1992 Dodge Ramcharger 318 / 5.2L from North America


The best, most reliable SUV out there


Rebuilt transmission around 110,000 miles.

In-tank fuel pump replaced around 100,000 miles.

Replace connector between steering shaft and gear box around 110,000 miles.

Engine fire (caused by pinhole leak in fuel line on fuel rail. Fire snuffed fairly quickly, thus limiting serious damage.

Engine controller computer replaced.

Replaced radiator around 120,000 miles.

Replaced hood release cable around 168,000 miles.

General Comments:

A solid, reliable, dependable, low-maintenance SUV.

This is the third Ramcharger I have owned.

This is the first 4X4 I've owned. The other two (1988 and 1990) were also excellent trucks.

These vehicles are not your luxurious SUV's. Mine has no power windows, locks, cruise control, etc. Only power steer, brakes and intermittent windshield wipers. This basic vehicle is short on the ergonomic comforts of more late-year SUVs, but the basic simplicity means very few things have broken on this vehicle. And what breaks can be fairly easily repaired by a shadetree mechanic. The 3 Ramchargers I have owned have been the most reliable vehicles I've owned, along with a 1973 Dodge Dart.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 14th June, 2003

1992 Dodge Ramcharger LE 318 magnum from North America


Best vehicle I have ever owned


Other than some small rust spots on the quarters, nothing has gone wrong.

General Comments:

Vehicle is rigid, but that's to be expected.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 7th February, 2003

19th Apr 2004, 16:01

Yeah man I managed to stick a 426 hemi into this truck, and man this is the meanest truck I ever laid eyes on. plus it has a 4 speed 4wd. nice uh.