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When I left for deployment we were at 372, now the wife says we hit 2500. Less than 3 months until I can drive it again!!!

Glad to hear it is still going strong for so many, hopefully the new design follows that same path.
 

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When I left for deployment we were at 372, now the wife says we hit 2500. Less than 3 months until I can drive it again!!!

Glad to hear it is still going strong for so many, hopefully the new design follows that same path.
Well, I can speak for the Hemi as being very dependable. My wife's 06 charger R/T has 130,000 and has been unbeleivably dependable. If Dodge puts that same quality into the new D then it will be around a long time.
 

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Well, I can speak for the Hemi as being very dependable. My wife's 06 charger R/T had 130,000 and has been unbeleivably dependable. If Dodge puts that same quality into the new D than it will be around a long time.

I'm at 1500 after only a month. The car is great, love the hemi, but I'm less impressed with the tranny. I just hope it's reliable despite its quirks.
 

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197,000 on my 2005 Hemi Limited. Wheel bearings, Passenger side ball joints twice, a/c condensor once, two set of shocks (I like a nice ride), and regular maintenance. Starting to get rust - I will get fixed before winter as it worth it - it still looks GREAT!
 
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