Bought 2005 Turbo Cummins Dodge 2500 P/U. Turbo failed at 100,000 miles. Chrysler authorized warranty replacement. I was charged $200.00. Why??? Replacement turbo had bad oil seal which sucked the oil out of engine. Engine low oil light came on; shut engine down; physically checked dipstick-oil almost gone; I replaced oil; contacted Bonham who quickly replaced turbo (which had less than 10,000 mi.) with no questions. NO CHARGE. And said "EVERYTHING FINE." Approx. one month later low oil again came on-back to Bonham Chrylser. All they said, "no problem with turbo." What they did not say was the turbo with the bad oil seal that sucked the oil out of the engine did serious damage. I found this out when I took vehicle to a Cummins Specialist who did a crank case pressure check which indicated some sort of internal engine damage. Bonham Chrysler's excuse for not claiming responsibility for this problem was a "the air filter was a little dirty." I use a K&N Filter. Right now this repair is costing me over $7,000.00. Would I recommend Bonham Chrysler to anyone? NOT ON A BET. And, check other Chrysler Dealers to ensure that owner of Bonham is not the owner of them. Hopefully, Fiat will close this dealership down and maybe, just maybe, justice will be served.