I skeptical of this award. Being retired military, I need to see facts and figures or it didn't happen. In order to receive an award, there must be substantial evidence of effort or the award doesn't mean anything. Nowhere does the article list exactly what model/equipment they tested or if they even tested anything at all. Did they just take FCA's word that it gets a great 29 mpg, while most of the owners are NOT getting that? (I'm not just saying that because my truck is a lemon, others are not getting the mileage claimed). To be fair, what did Ram do that Ford or GM or Toyota or others not do? This is my opinion, but it reads as if they paraphrased much of the Ram sales info and brochures...just saying.
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