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Hey all, I'm working on getting a diesel ram and hopefully will have one around thanksgiving or so (was told prices go down around then) Right now I have a Jeep Grand Cherokee ltd. that I really like but has had problems since I got it. The dealership I got it from were jerks and I think it had problems when they got it. The day after I got it the check engine light came on, they jerked me around for 3 months just turning the light off saying "jeeps sometimes have this problem" turns out that it had problems with a cylinder and was $1500 to fix. After arguing with them for a few weeks we got them to pay for it. It was fine for a few weeks then the light comes on for engine coolant being low. That ended up needing the radiator replaced and I decided to go to a dodge dealer to get it fixed since I was sick of the guys I got it from (bought it at a VW dealership that also has a chrysler dealer in another city) Well the guys at the Dodge dealer were very helpful and fixed it. The price to fix it was over what they qouted, so after I told them that he actually dropped it down a few hundred dollars to help us out. I have always liked the Ram and hopefully it works out that I get it....but I really like the customer service at the dealership. Anyways, now the check engine light came on again and the Jeep has emission problems so we decided not to fix it and just get something before I need to go for emissions. The guy at the dealer said I should lease a Ram and then buy it. I'm wondering if this is good advice or if it would be better to just finance it. I'm looking forward to becoming a part of this board and have been learning all I can from posts here the past few days.
 

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welcome to dodgetalk. :D
 

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Welcome to DodgeTalk.

Try asking the lease & purchase question in off topic. I've always just bought my vehicles and kept them for many years - lots longer than the typical buyer.
 

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Welcome! I look forward to the day I get a cummins!
 

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