Chrysler is recalling a small variety of Ram 1500 models due to a production issue that was employed early in the manufacture of them. Why doesn’t Ram spend more time working out problems at the production level?
Reports have surfaced that suggest the new V-6 engine slated for the Ram 1500 is already undergoing cylinder head problems that could/could not be related to its unique design and a ticking noise. Is the new Ram 1500 going to have long-term engine problems too?
What I’m about to say might sound like biased drivel, but I can prove it. Here goes:
> IF YOU’VE BOUGHT A 2012 RAM 1500, YOU’VE BOUGHT THE LEAST RELIABLE HALF TON ON THE ROAD
I know a few of you are hitting the “back” button on your browser right now, but hear me out. The two major quality and reliability authorities have found that Ram trucks have the worst quality and reliability ratings. There’s simply no logical justification for buying a truck made by Chrysler-Fiat (unless you work for the company and have to buy one) – at least if you’re concerned about reliability.