Crappy trailer hauler
Well at first it started to become sluggish when pulling a trailer. And with only one horse in the trailer, the performance was cut nearly in half. When not pulling a trailer, the gas mileage was about the same. There was no city or hwy. difference. It got roughly 15.6 mpg. The heated seats would not turn on. The brakes, transmission, front end, rear axle seals, and the front seats had to be replaced at 28000 miles. Also, the computer would not reset and wouldn't ever "activate" the self-leveling suspension.
Good truck for just driving. Crappy fuel mileage, Nice Looks, but yet loud. Good, and comfortable truck. Mechanics Dream.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 7th April, 2003