What Is the Difference Between Ram Crew Cab and Mega Cab?
Ram fanatics are more than familiar with the Quad Cab and Crew Cab, but what about the Mega Cab? The Mega Cab has been a part of the Ram family for more than a decade, but buyers new to the heavy-duty segment may be wondering what this mysterious cab style is all about. Here we’ll explore what the Ram Mega Cab entails, how it’s different from the brand’s Crew Cab and what perks the configuration has to offer.
What is a Mega Cab?
The Mega Cab is a four-door cab configuration available exclusively on Ram Heavy Duty 2500 and 3500 trucks. Though similar in many respects, the Mega Cab goes beyond what a Crew Cab can offer by extending the cab length to a whopping 11.1 inches. The Mega Cab offers up to 9.1 cubic feet of interior storage, which is notably more than the 3.4 cubic feet of interior storage seen in the Crew Cab. That’s about 5.7 cubic feet extra space stowed behind the rear seat!
Aside from the storage perks, the Mega Cab comes equipped with a set of reclining rear seats, making it a remarkable choice for traveling work crews or other drivers who need to take a large truck for long trips. The sole drawback of choosing the Mega Cab is that it can be paired only with the 6-foot, 4-inch bed. Other cab styles are available with a longer 8-foot bed. Mega Cab trucks are also only offered in 4×4 configurations.
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