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2014 Ram 1500 EcoDiesel FOR SALE

19396 Views 17 Replies 10 Participants Last post by  Hershey
On July 26th I bought a 2014 EcoDiesel from Dwayne Lane's Dodge in Everett WA and to be honest it was one the worst experiences of my life...I left with the truck but the treatment I received as a customer was so disrespectful and emotionally draining it has left a terrible taste and I don't want anything to do with the truck so I'm selling it at a price below the dealer invoice...I complained to Chrysler about the verbal abuse and they are sending me a contract(?) for 16 oil changes but it has not arrived yet in the mail but I assume it's transferable. Enough of the background...there are as of today 230 miles on the truck I'm asking $46,000/firm( I have clear Title...also in mail) and I live in Washington State on the Olympic Penisula. You can Google the VIN 1C6RR7TMXES396400 and get some info on the truck or email me thru this web site. It has the Nav radio and 4-Corner Air Suspension, Rear Camera and Park Assist Group.

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you are selling a perfectly good truck bc the dealer left a bad taste in your mouth?? seems a bit childish. However good luck with sale.

I say keep the truck and never go back to that dealer. They are not a chyrsler owned dealer. All dodge dealers are independent.
i had a really bad experiance with my local dealer. Needless to say iv bought my last three from another one. Their rival. The truck was originally at the shitty one. I had my dealer buy it from them and sell it to me. Then went back to them and threw it in their face..

I love the ED and it has been a great truck so far. The best ride for a long road trip as well.. Dont sell it. You wont get what you paid off the lot.
I also know that chrysler has a feed back program for their dealers. Say Dwane Lane Ram gets several bad reports. Chrysler will deny them the ability to expand or sell other brand cars like SRT or JEEP
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