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Hello everyone,

I've been reading up on this forum and so far I've seen some very informative info being posted. I don't have a Rebel yet (hopefully soon). At the moment, I'm driving my 2010 Camaro SS. After driving the old man's brand new F-250 I fell in love with trucks again and I am trying to sell my car to fund the Rebel. I love the Rebel's aggressive grille and the beautiful interior. I test drove one last week and it was surprisingly smooth and it was pretty high (still would want to lift it with the BDS kit). Here in Miami lifted trucks and Jeeps are very much in style and I want something that stands out.

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Trucks do feel a lot more fun to drive simply because of the ride height. I'm curious if you are going to have a use for the towing capacity and bed capacity with the truck though. Do you like to off-road much? There is just an awfully big difference between a Camaro and a Ram Rebel.

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Trucks do feel a lot more fun to drive simply because of the ride height. I'm curious if you are going to have a use for the towing capacity and bed capacity with the truck though. Do you like to off-road much? There is just an awfully big difference between a Camaro and a Ram Rebel.

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I don't really plan on towing much (a boat once every three (3) months). I have never been offroading. You raise a valid point because a Camaro and a Ram are completely different. I just really like the ride height and comfort of a truck over my car now. I want something different and I really like the modification possibilities of the Rebel (lift, wheels, tires, aftermarket taillights/headlights, LEDs, bullbars/bumpers, winches, etc.). I love to modify cars and my Camaro is an example of my passion. I'm very interested in offroading or joining a group here in Miami, obviously easy trails though (I don't want to build a fully dedicated offroad vehicle either). What would you recommend I do before I decide to sell my car for the Rebel? I only have one car so I wouldn't be able to stay with both.

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Some dealers let you test drive vehicles for a whole day, sometimes an entire weekend. If you can go for a long test drive to really experience it, that will do a lot for you. That's what I would do, although i'm sure i'd end up getting the Rebel.

I'd just get my sports car fix every so often with a rental ;)
 

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My sport car fix

Maybe test drive it again to see if it's what you really want since you'll be trading one for the other.
When I need a sport car fix, I just uncover my corvette and take a ride with the top down. Life is good. :nerd:
 
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