The 2023 Ram 3500 has much less front and back legroom than the Ford F-350, with the exception of the Ram Crew Cab, which offers considerably more back legroom than the Ford SuperCab. As compared to the Ford, whose 6-foot-9-inch bed can accommodate 65.4 cubic feet of cargo capacity and its 8-foot option can hold 83.5 cubes, the Ram's 5-foot-4-inch bed and 74.7-cubic-foot 8-foot bed fall short. The 5.0-inch touchscreen and Bluetooth connectivity in the standard Tradesman are sufficient for most buyers' needs. Large 12.0 inch tablets with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and the user-friendly Stellantis UConnect 5 infotainment system are standard on all other variants. The base model comes with four speakers, although 17- and 10-speaker stereo systems are available as options. For the 2023 model year, a digital rearview mirror and digital 12.3-inch instrument cluster will be optional. The Ram 3500, like every respectable pickup, comes with a variety of bed and cab configurations to suit the individual needs of the owner. The standard Tradesman trim offers a conventional cab with a single row and an 8-foot bed, while the upper-level Tradesman King Cab offers a choice between a 6-foot-4-inch box and an 8-foot long bed for its two-row crew cab. The conventional cab is replaced in all other trims with a gigantic cab (a couple of seating rows with extra second-row space) and a 6-foot 4-inch bed. To learn about the payment options available for the 2023 Ram 3500, please feel free to get in touch with the financing department at Cranbrook Dodge.