Not reliable enough to be called Super-Duty
-5 bad spark coils total
-bad upper and lower ball joints on one side
-tire rod end fell apart on one side
-Rear brake rotors had a bunch of big pieces fall out of them
-Did not come with back-up beeper or mud flaps, even though the dealer's state inspector said it they were required by law. I had to install them myself before the dealer would put a state inspection sticker on it.
-seat belt sensor wires broken at seat belt due to insufficient strain relief
-emergency brake sensor switch rarely works
-"door ajar" switch thinks that one door is open (it's not)
-front tires went at 30,000 miles (probably due to the bad tie-rod end)
-Couldn't believe the condition of the rear brake rotors. Truck is a dually, rarely used for anything heavy. Rear rotors should not wear out that fast, never mind fall apart.
-I have never replace an upper ball joint under 100,000 miles on anything before. This one was bad at 20,000.
-Other than the problems, I do like the power and size. Gas mileage is 13mpg, which is pretty much what I would expect.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 13th July, 2004