As I pull over for you guys here, I’m going to do a article review of my truck after one month of use. If you’re new to this channel, I’m a Ram guy who has had some bad experiences with a few units in 22.
Now, let’s get into the review. First off, I have to say that I’m really impressed with this truck. It’s a 2021 Ram 1500 Limited with the 5.7-liter Hemi V8 engine. The power and performance of this truck are outstanding. It’s smooth and quiet on the highway, and it has plenty of power for towing and hauling.
The interior of the truck is also impressive. The seats are comfortable and supportive, and the cabin is spacious and well-designed. The infotainment system is easy to use, and the sound system is excellent. I also appreciate the safety features, such as the blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert.
One thing that I really like about this truck is the air suspension. It makes the ride incredibly smooth, even on rough roads. It also allows me to adjust the ride height for different driving conditions, which is a nice feature.
In terms of fuel economy, I’m getting around 16-17 mpg in mixed driving. That’s not great, but it’s about what I expected for a truck of this size and power.
Overall, I’m really happy with this truck. It’s a great combination of power, performance, comfort, and style. If you’re in the market for a new truck, I would definitely recommend checking out the Ram 1500.
In this article, the speaker is testing out a new truck and sharing his real-world experience with his audience. He is joined by Benny and Isaac, who are helping him with the testing. The speaker gives a quick tour of the outside of the truck, showing off his new hot shot and the red star and lettering on his wheels.
He then pops the hood to show the audience the wiring and hoses under the hood, which he finds concerning. He notes that while it’s not uncommon for wiring to be exposed in trucks, he wishes it was hidden more tightly. He also mentions that Ram has a rocker panel wiring issue that has caused him headaches in the past.
The speaker likes the bench and storage room in the truck, which he finds useful as a father with kids. He takes the truck for a spin and notes that the TPMS sensors have different frequencies on them, but the bolt pattern is the same.
Overall, the speaker is sharing his experience with the new truck and giving his audience an honest review of its features and drawbacks. He is not trying to sell the truck, but rather provide valuable information to those who may be interested in purchasing it.
In this article, the speaker is discussing the appearance of their vehicle and some aftermarket modifications they have made. They note that there is a small poke in the mud flap, but overall the vehicle looks clean and the modifications are centered. They also mention that the front and rear track of the vehicle are different, which is unusual for Ford but common for Toyota Land Cruisers. The speaker has not made any changes to the suspension or removed any parts. Finally, they reveal that the tires on their vehicle are size 285 65 20.
In this article, the speaker discusses their experience with the 2023 Ford F-350 XLT. They mention that they love the way the truck performs, particularly in slick ice conditions. However, they are not a fan of the gimmicky electrical e-brake and prefer the traditional shifter over the newer dial shifters.
The speaker also notes that the Ford has an edge over the Ram when it comes to handling potholes and imperfections in the road when empty. However, when loaded, the suspension feels more stressed out. They plan to add airbags and a fuel tank to the truck to improve its performance when hauling loads.
In terms of interior comfort, the speaker notes that the Ford’s seats are more compact, giving the impression of a larger cab. They also mention that the Ford is quieter than the Ram.
The speaker is impressed with the Ford’s technological advancements, particularly its ability to adapt to different driving modes and loads. They also note that the fuel mileage is phenomenal, even when idling and driving around town.
Overall, the speaker is pleased with the 2023 Ford F-350 XLT and plans to use it for hot shot hauling.
In a recent article, the speaker shared their experience driving a pickup truck with a 500 horsepower and 1200 pounds of torque engine. They started the trip at 21 miles per gallon and gradually climbed to 24 miles per gallon. The truck had to do a regen and going through the pass brought it down to 2200, which was phenomenal fuel mileage for a vehicle of this caliber.
The speaker set the cruise at 74 miles per hour and estimated that they could put money on getting 21 miles per gallon, which is still impressive. They haven’t loaded the truck yet, so they can’t vouch for how it performs under a heavy load, but they plan to test it soon and update their viewers.
The speaker did note a few downsides to the truck, such as the exhaust brake mode display freezing on startup and the seat feeling like it’s dumping them off to the side. However, they found the seat to be comfortable overall, with a couchy, cushiony feel.
The speaker hasn’t committed to expanding their fleet with this truck yet, as they want to put more miles on it and understand how it operates. They plan to see what it would cost to set up a similar truck with basic necessities, as they believe they could save up to ten thousand dollars.
Overall, the speaker had a positive experience driving the pickup truck and plans to continue using it for hauling a gooseneck trailer. They haven’t refilled the DEF tank yet, but they’ve seen the truck start regening at 65 miles per hour and noted that the exhaust brake and turbo are consistent.