In most internal dimensions, the ram lags behind its competitors, but the "small" is not in this class of vehicle.

The most popular crew cab among buyers offers a 40.9 inch front headroom. 

It's partially smaller than a Ford, Toyota, or Nissan, but all behind the Chevrolet's 43 inches. With a 39.8-inch rear headroom,

the ram only exceeds the tundra's 38.5-inch. Everything else has a margin of over 40 inches. The GM takes the tape measure of the front leg room at 44.5 inches,

while the ram lags behind the field at 40.9 inches. However, backseat passengers go farthest in the 45.2 inch space of the ram. 

The competition ranges from the F150's 43.6 inches to the Titan's 38.5 inches.Lamb's well-designed interior features comfortable, supportive seats covered in a variety of materials, 

from Trademan's durable vinyl and free cloth options to the Limited 10th Anniversary Edition of Premium Quilted Leather. 

It also includes details such as electric running boards and ventilated rear seats.