Originally Posted by eggs5p
This is worst than talking politics !!! Not very helpful...
Got me confuses more than anything else, and didn't convince me to cash out an extra 10 000$.
I'm pulling 5 months of the year , mostly on flat land...no mountains.
So I gas I'll stay with gas for now.
The math makes sense. $10,000 more for the truck, 60-80% of that $10,000 you will get back when you sell it, easier to get fuel when your on the road with your trailer pulling into truck bays at truck stops, fuel seems to be more expensive but considering you will you will get more then a 50% increase in MPG fuel is cheaper, and you can't beat the performance. Even if you tow only 5 times a year if a few of them are longer trips well worth it.