Bought a 2018 Ram 3500 in April of 2018 from a dealership out of state. Baxter is the closest dealership to me so it’s where we go for service. We have two new Ram diesels. So far, the 2018 has been in for service for over 40 days in total. The transmission was replaced at 4500 miles, the radio/navigation was replaced and will need replaced again, all 4 fender flares had to be reinstalled, the headlight keeps falling out of alignment, ball joints have too much play in them (Baxter says it’s within spec), fender paint doesn’t match from transport damage that was not disclosed when purchased new (different story that proves how FCA is a terrible company), there has been a hard shudder between 1-2 gear shift that has been present since the day I bought it. It gets worse with a heavy trailer. FCA claims it’s caused by a small lift on the pickup even though the dealership knew this issue was present before the lift was installed. The dealership claims that the shudder is normal. Baxter service was great up until this point. We went through arbitration and the dealership lied to FCA and the arbitration company about what was wrong with the pickup. They failed to mention many of the issues and the fact that the pickup was not fixed. They claimed it was in perfect working order and that nothing needed to be done. I would stay away from all FCA products and this dealership unless you want to fight to have warranty work done because you’re clearly going to need a warranty with FCA vehicles. Good luck!