Who has the most reliable factory automatic transmission?
Well, we are probably a few years out on replacing our trusty 13 year old F250.
The wife has never liked the 6spd and refuses to buy another one. I don't mind it, but towing with it, which is what we do is a bit tedious.
At this point we are leaning towards a Dmax Allison combo even though I really hate the truck attached to it.
I know the Allison is marketed well and I personally know of no failures myself although I am sure they have had their share.
I know the 2003 up Dodge autos have really improved over the 90s era Dodge autos.
I know the early Superduty auto trans was complete crap stock which is why I specifically looked for a 6spd at the time.
The reason I ask factory reliability is, I refuse to buy a truck and then have to sink thousands of dollars into a trans to make it tow worthy. That complete crap to me.
So, routine maintenance aside, who has the best transmission from say 2005 on?
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