2006 Dodge Ram 2500 Laramie on 2040-cars
Elgin, Arizona, United States
1 owner, Laramie package with 94K miles, leather, power sunroof, dual power heated seats, DVD player, navigation,
backup camera, rear air bags for towing, 6" Carlie lift, 37" new Toyo tires with 20" Moto Metal chrome wheels,
Bilstein shocks with reservoirs in front and on steering stabilizer, AMP Research electric running boards.
No leaks, 5.9 Cummins Megacab that just flat out works! This is just an incredibly clean truck that has been used
as a car. This truck is likely the nicest Dodge you will find out there. If you are fussy, meticulous, a neat
freak, or just borderline crazy about how clean you like your truck, this is one you need to see. Simply
exceptional condition, both mechanically and cosmetically. No 5th wheel or gooseneck ever installed. Inside of bed
Go to kelley blue book to see a value - put in the basic info and add your own options. I added power sliding rear
window, dual power seats, leather, hard tonneau cover, over size off road tires, oversize premium wheels 20"+, moon
roof, and running boards. It is no doubt an excellent condition truck. Value for a stock truck comes out to
Dodge Ram 2500 for Sale
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Auto blogThu, 14 Feb 2013
Chrysler has issued a recall of 278,222 light trucks and sport utility vehicles here in the United States. The reason: bad rear axles. Specifically, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the rear axle pinion nut may lack a necessary adhesive patch, which could cause the nut to loosen. If this happens, the axle can lock up, which could cause all sorts of havoc on the road.
This is an expansion of the rear axle recall announced in October of last year, where 44,300 Ram 1500 and Dodge Dakota models were being called in. At that time, 12 accidents had been reported due to the faulty axle pinion nut.
Affected vehicles include Ram 1500 trucks from the 2009 to 2012 model years, Dodge Dakota models from the 2009 to 2011 model years, and both the Chrysler Aspen and Dodge Durango SUV twins, both from the 2009 model year only.
One of the prime complaints against the Dodge Challenger is that, even in SRT8 guise, its 470 horsepower is responsible for hauling over 4,200 pounds of vehicle. For comparison, the 420 hp in the Ford Mustang GT only has to deal with 3,618 lbs. Things only get worse from there, as the higher-performance variants of both the Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro are far more powerful than an SRT8 without adding on much heft.
So what is Chrysler to do? The correct answer is add a whole lot more grunt to its hefty two-door and even the odds. That's where the all-new Hellcat engine comes into play. We reported on this engine in May, and suggested that the Hellcat, a supercharged powerplant based on a 6.4-liter V8, would easily generate 500 to 570 hp and could likely arrive boasting more than 600 ponies.
Chrysler's ace in its sleeve has now been spied testing, with a number of Hellcat-equipped Challengers running the potent new engine both in more urbanized areas and under the sun of Death Valley. The hoods on these testers have been raised to accommodate the engine, and that camouflage over the fascias of these prototypes is there to hide a larger air intake. We also note what appears to be a new split grille under wraps. As for power output, our spies are now suggesting a Viper-equalling 640 hp from the Hellcat-equipped cars.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, at least one man has reported that his 2007 Dodge Grand Caravan stalled unexpectedly on the highway shortly after being refueled. The unidentified man who contacted NHTSA regarding the issue cited as many as eight similar instances reported by other drivers.
NHTSA has announced that it will launch an inquiry into this issue, which could affect as many as 160,000 minivans from Dodge and Chrysler that were sold in 2007 (or more, if a problem is found that extends to additional models years, we'd assume). As of yet, there's no formal investigation, let alone a recall, on these vans, as the agency is merely determining if further action is needed.
Two months ago, Chrysler recalled nearly 700,000 vehicles, the majority of which were minivans, from the 2008-2010 model years to replace ignition switches after an investigation found that their weak springs and detent positions could fool a driver into thinking the car was in the "Run" position, when it's actually in the "Accessory" position.