2023 Ram 2500 Interior and Cargo

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2023 2500 Interior

In all our reviews, Ram's latest trucks have impressed us with their cabins. Characterized by spacious seating and high-quality fit and finish, the interior of the Ram 2500 is also surprisingly plush. The cabin is well-insulated and effectively protected from too much road noise. Although the steering column only boasts tilt adjustment, the available power-adjustable pedals mean that finding a good position as the driver is not a chore. The overall impression in the cabin is ergonomic, practical, and yet allowing for comfort and convenience too, with models near the top of the range fitted with leather upholstery and real wood accents that make for a pleasing sense of occasion. Varying cabin styles also mean you have the choice of seating only two in base form or a maximum of six occupants with the Crew Cab configuration. As for the Mega Cab, it's simply huge, and no one will be left wanting for additional space.

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2023 Ram 2500 Interior Overview
2023 Ram 2500 Front Chairs
2023 Ram 2500 Instrument Cluster

Seating and Interior Space

One of the positives of having a broad range of models with various configurations and body styles is the resulting versatility that allows you to customize your cabin space to your needs. Base models in regular cab configuration seat two as standard, with the option of upgrading to a three-seater bench up front. Choosing to seat three-across in no way diminishes available space, though, and head and shoulder room remain ample. Crew Cab and Mega Cab versions can seat five or six occupants, depending on whether you opt for a bench in front or not. Mega Cab models have additional storage space behind the rear seats. Space remains readily available, no matter what configuration you choose, and the tallest, bulkiest of linebackers will easily fit three abreast in the rear. Despite being a large vehicle, getting in and out is not too hard, thanks to grab handles and optional running boards.

2023 Ram 2500 Interior Dimensions:

Ram 2500 TrimsTradesmanLone StarBig HornLaramieLonghornPower WagonPower Wagon RebelLimited
Seating33365665
Headroom Front Seat39.8 in.39.8 in.39.8 in.40.9 in.40.9 in.40.9 in.40.9 in.40.9 in.
Headroom Back Seat39.8 in.39.8 in.39.8 in.39.8 in.39.8 in.39.8 in.39.8 in.39.8 in.
Legroom Front Seat40.9 in.40.9 in.40.9 in.40.9 in.40.9 in.40.9 in.40.9 in.40.9 in.
Legroom Back Seat40.2 in.40.2 in.40.2 in.40.2 in.40.2 in.40.2 in.40.2 in.40.2 in.
Shoulder Room Front65.9 in.65.9 in.65.9 in.65.9 in.65.9 in.65.9 in.65.9 in.65.9 in.
Shoulder Room Rear65.6 in.65.6 in.65.6 in.65.6 in.65.6 in.65.6 in.65.6 in.65.6 in.
Hip Room, Front62.9 in.62.9 in.62.9 in.62.9 in.62.9 in.62.9 in.62.9 in.62.9 in.
Hip Room, Rear62.7 in.62.7 in.62.7 in.62.7 in.62.7 in.62.7 in.62.7 in.62.7 in.

Interior Colors and Materials

The most basic Ram 2500 model comes with a Black/Diesel Gray interior and heavy-duty gray vinyl as standard, although black cloth can be applied optionally. One model up, the Big Horn allows for premium cloth bucket seats or bench seating in Diesel Gray, Light Mountain Brown or combination black and Frost Beige. The Power Wagon trim features cloth with unique embossed tread pattern as standard, with leather optional. As for the new Rebel, this comes with a rather somber black cloth interior with an embossed tread pattern, and leather is available.

The Laramie trim steps up the luxury offerings with standard leather trim and interior colors in either Mountain Brown/Light Frost Beige or Black. The top-end Limited trim can be had with black leather, or an Indigo and Frost leather duo.

2023 2500 Trunk and Cargo Space

As the crux of the matter with trucks pertains to their ability to haul your goods around, load box size and cargo space is paramount. And, with numerous available configurations, there's a whole range of figures to pay attention to. The shorter 6'4" bed's specs include a length of 76.3 inches and a width of 66.4 inches, and, at a hair's breadth over 20 inches in depth, translates to a total of 57.5 cubic feet of cargo-carrying capacity. On the eight-foot box, the length is 98.3 inches, providing a grand total of 74.7 cubes for cargo. Depending on power- and drive-train, as well as your chosen body style, the Ram 2500 can carry up to 4,380 pounds worth of payload on the back.

The Ram's commodious cabin is not just about spacious head and legroom, offering convenient nooks and crannies for small items throughout. The center console bin is large and can hold your files, notebook computer, or lunchbox, and Mega Cab models provide two additional boxes behind the rear seats for safe storage of larger items.

The RamBox Cargo Management System is also available, which consists of dual storage bins inside the length of the load bed. These useful, lockable cubbies are also drainable and feature LED lighting, a 115-volt outlet, and even remote access, enhancing the utility of the Ram 2500 even further.

2023 Ram 2500 Trunk and Cargo Space Photos

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2023 Ram 2500 Armrest
2023 Ram 2500 Second-Row Seats Down
2023 Ram 2500 Second Row Down

2023 Ram 2500 Bed Size:

Ram 2500 TrimsTradesmanLone StarBig HornLaramieLonghornPower WagonPower Wagon RebelLimited
Box Length (Floor)76.3 in.76.3 in.76.3 in.76.3 in.76.3 in.76.3 in.76.3 in.76.3 in.
Box Width (Floor)66.4 in.66.4 in.66.4 in.66.4 in.66.4 in.66.4 in.66.4 in.50 in.
Box Width (Top, Rear)66.4 in.66.4 in.66.4 in.66.4 in.66.4 in.66.4 in.66.4 in.50 in.
Box Width (Wheelhousings)51 in.51 in.51 in.51 in.51 in.51 in.51 in.48.1 in.
Box Height (Area)20.2 in.20.1 in.20.1 in.20.1 in.20.1 in.20.2 in.20.2 in.20.1 in.
Cargo Box Volume20.2 cu. ft.20.1 cu. ft.20.1 cu. ft.20.1 cu. ft.20.1 cu. ft.20.2 cu. ft.20.2 cu. ft.20.1 cu. ft.

2023 2500 Infotainment and Features

Features

The base price of the Tradesman model doesn't get you too much, featuring the bare essentials such as manual air conditioning, cruise control, push-button start, and rear vents to channel cool air to the back. The Laramie trim upgrades to dual-zone climate control. All four-door models, barring the entry-spec Tradesman, can have a single-pane power sunroof installed optionally. As standard, all trucks in the range have a rearview camera with dynamic guidelines and zoom functionality, while a surround-view camera can be optioned. Blind-spot monitoring is standard on the top trim but can be added to all trims, too. Front and rear parking sensors are standard from the Power Wagon trim level upwards, and although rear sensors aren't available to the Tradesman, they can be had on the Big Horn variant additionally. Luxuries such as heated front seats only come into play from the Laramie and Limited Longhorn variants. A 12-inch digital cluster with multiple menus and either analog or digital instrumentation is standard on upper trims, while buyers can opt for a trailer reverse steering control system, too. Lastly, there is an available digital rearview camera.

Infotainment

Standard fare in terms of infotainment on the entry-spec Tradesman is also quite basic, with a five-inch touchscreen display off which the Uconnect 3 system runs. This is paired to a four-speaker sound system on the Regular Cab (six speakers on other body styles), and comes standard with integrated voice commands, Bluetooth, two USB ports and an auxiliary jack input up front, and a few more USB charging ports in the rear. All trims from the Big Horn and up offer a larger 8.4-inch display with the new Uconnect 5 software; it looks less dwarfed in the massive cabin of the Ram 2500. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are also standard from this trim, as are SiriusXM, Wi-Fi capability, and various subscriptions to radio, traffic, and travel interfaces. The Laramie gains a ten-speaker Alpine sound system featuring a subwoofer. The Power Wagon keeps the upgraded Uconnect 5 system and large screen, but only has a total of six speakers. The Limited Longhorn equips the premium Alpine system and adds GPS navigation and HD Radio. The top-end Limited gets the best in the range, sporting a 12-inch display with navigation, which can be added to all but the base model as a standalone add-on, or as part of an equipment package.

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