I posted about this in another thread. I test drove both a 68rfe 2500 and a aisin when they first arrived at the dealership by me. I felt the Aisin was noticeably more powerful then the 68rfe. That being said, the 68rfe felt pretty good too. I drove the 68rfe first and was surprised by how well it drove. The aisin felt to me like it pulled harder. I looked down at the speedometer and ws doing around 55 mph in a 40 zone in no time. Both trucks had a tad bit of lag but is improved over the 18's and under. Hope that helps.Did anybody get a chance to compare the driving characteristics on the normal hp motor to the new 1000 tq HO?
I have a Aisin in my current 2014 and it has limited my tuning options to the point where I was probably going to look closer at the standard motor. But my biggest complaint is the dead pedal and throttle response which appear to be much improved on both motors.
Sticker was 75,500. I got them down to 65,700. Which is basically Invoice. $6500 down They did key protection and the 8 yr/84000 mile warranty for 990/month. Which is more than our mortgage but I dont regret it even slightly. This thing really is a freight train.I wonder why no one is talking about how much they paid and what the payment is???:shock:
Sorry I missed the question by such a long period of time. Saw another answer and will echo it.Other than the transmission issue you just noted, are those Ecodiesels worth a damn when it comes to fuel economy (unloaded, highway miles)?