Having one Ram 2500 Quad Cab with 4WD and a turbo diesel engine just doesn’t cut it in some families. Take Andreus H. of Jamestown, New York. He and his wife get to call two Ram Trucks their own. Here’s their story of Real People, Real Trucks.
In 2007, after researching what the market had to offer, the choice was clear. I purchased my 2003 Ram 2500 Quad Cab with 4WD and a Cummins turbo diesel powerhouse. This truck has been very good to me. Reliability, power, and economy all in one package. Currently I use my truck as a daily driver, and when vacation time comes I hook it up to my fifth wheel camper and travel down any highway with confidence.
Recently my wife purchased a new three-horse slant gooseneck trailer, and when she went to look for a rig, she already knew what she wanted. She purchased a 2004 Ram 2500 Quad Cab with a Cummins turbo diesel. Her truck is still like new with only 78k miles on it while mine is just broken in with 144k miles.
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