Walk Away, wait instead RUN as fast as you can. On May 13, 2020 we spent $70,000 on a brand-new Dodge Ram Cummins 2500. We drove this truck for 10 days before we discovered our first oil leak. Yes, the first one. Soon we had a 2nd, 3rd and a 4th leak. Then eventually it needed a whole new Cummins engine. This would mean that the entire front of the truck would have to be disassembled. We were told then that this repair would take only 6 hours. However, as we called around to other dealerships and talked to other mechanics, this repair should take at least 60 hours. In the meantime, the dealership also made a mistake on our loan process. We were told by the sales mgr that this was taken care of plus they would make the first month’s payment. It was a good thing we called the bank to confirm, this process took us several days and several calls to get this account cleared from the dealership’s mistakes. In addition, they never made a payment, if we didn’t call, we would have had a finance charge. After we complained we will say that they did eventually honor that first payment and mailed us a check several weeks later. After feeling very less confident from the loan process and in the quality of repairs we called the dealership back to inform them that we do not want the truck and tried to discuss the buyback program. We were only offered $2,000 for compensation, or 54,000 for a trade on a $70,000 truck. That is a huge loss on a truck that we drove for 10 days. LOL, we were not even offered an additional warranty or even a free oil change for the problems. $2,000 dollars is not even a touch of the depression that has occurred because this truck was taken apart. We understand that people make mistakes, we understand that a lemon truck can happen. But how this dealership handled this is inexcusable. We should not be expected to take a 70,000 truck that requires an extensive repair. We should not have had to spend hours correcting mistakes that they made on the sale. At this point, Diehl was given many opportunities to discuss this situation and to correct it. I would never deal with a dealership that does not back up their product or to say the least that doesn’t even offer a free oil change for all of their mistakes or even a curtesy call to see how things are going.