Dodge pickups entered the market in 1917. Early on they donned the Ram head badge as a hood ornament. However, the name "Dodge Ram" was not used until 1981 (it was previously called "The Adventurer"). Eventually in 2010, Chrysler split Dodge Ram into separate entities - "Dodge" and "Ram" - we will review their cab styles separately, although they share the same cab-style types.
The Dodge Dakota gets its name from the Sioux word for "friend". Keep reading to find out more about each Dodge Dakota generation.
The first generation of Dodge Dakota trucks comes in three styles: regular cab, convertible, and Club cab.
The regular cab, Club cab, and Quad cab are the only styles available for the second generation of Dodge Dakota trucks.
In its last two years of production (2010-2011), the Dodge Dakota was renamed "Ram Dakota" which you can view in the Ram cab style guide. This third generation Dodge Dakota is built in Club cab and Quad cab styles.
The Dodge Ram has been around for many years. Even though Dodge and Ram split into two divisions for 2010 with the trucks now being called "Ram" trucks. Read on to learn more about your Dodge Ram 1500 and it's cab styles.
The first generation of Dodge Ram 1500 is available in three styles: regular cab, Club cab, and Quad cab.
The second generation of Dodge Ram 1500 is available in regular, Quad, and Mega cab styles.
This generation was only available in 2009 before Dodge Ram split into just"Dodge" and "Ram" in 2010. In 2009 the Dodge Ram 1500 comes in regular cab, Quad cab, and crew cab styles.
A heavier duty variant of the Dodge Ram 1500 the Dodge Ram 2500 and 3500 have been around just as long as the Dodge Ram 1500 and they like to take on the tougher jobs. Read on to learn more about the Dodge Ram 2500 and 3500.
The first generation of Dodge Ram 2500 and 3500 is available in three styles: regular cab, Club cab, and Quad cab.
The second generation of Dodge Ram 2500 and 3500 are available in regular, Quad, and Mega cab styles.
Looking for Ram (previously Dodge Ram) cab style information? Check out the Ram Cab Style Guide.