Ram pickups were introduced to the world in 2010 when Dodge Ram split into separate entities - "Dodge" and "Ram".
The Ram Dakota, previously known as Dodge Dakota, was still around for a few years after having it's name changed. Keep reading to find out more about the Ram Dakota generations.
In its last two years of production (2010-2011), the Dodge Dakota was renamed "Ram Dakota". This third generation Dakota comes in in extended cab and crew cab styles.
Although Ram is technically a young brand, the Ram 1500 has been around for many years. It will be some time before people stop calling their Ram pickup a "Dodge Ram" as some people still refer to their fourth generation Ram pickup as a "Dodge Ram" - old habits die hard. Read on to learn more about what you drive.
In this generation, the Ram 1500 comes in regular cab, Quad cab, and crew cab styles.
A heavier duty variant of the Ram 1500 the Ram 2500 and 3500 have been around just as long as the Ram 1500 and were previously known as "Dodge Ram" trucks. Read on to learn more about the Ram 2500 and 3500.
In this generation, Ram 2500 and 3500 trucks come in regular cab, crew cab, and mega cab styles.
Looking for Dodge Ram cab style information? Check out the Dodge Ram Cab Style Guide.