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Dodge started manufacturing vehicles as far back as 1917 but didn’t offer Ram trucks until 1981. Originally, Dodge owned the Ram name and line of trucks, so they were referred to as Dodge Ram trucks. However, in 2009, the two brands parted ways yet continue to share the same parent company.
You may already know that Henry Ford founded the namesake company. This took place in 1903, several years after Ford created the first car in 1896. In 1917, the first truck produced by Ford entered the market. It’s been going strong ever since.
When examining the Ram lineup, you’ll notice that they strictly offer trucks. This focus on the singular body style makes them experts in knowing what truck drivers covet. For commercial and pleasure purposes, Ram gives you a handful of different 1500 models, the 2500, and the 3500. They also manufacture vans like the ProMaster® series, suitable for business and work purposes.
While Ford offers trucks like the F-150, Super Duty, Maverick, and Ranger, they include SUVs like the Explorer and a few cars like the Mustang to round out the list. They do not primarily specialize in trucks but run the gamut of different cars and do provide their own work vans like the Transit series.
One distinctive feature that Ram trucks like the 1500 offer is a Cargo Management System. These optional storage bins maximize your ability to bring extra items along in another space beyond the truck bed and cabin. They’re weatherproof, so items you don’t want to be exposed to the elements stay dry.
Located on either side of your Ram 1500, the bins can be locked to secure valuable tools or other items. If you’re storing a wet tarp that’s still dripping or life jackets after a day out boating on the lake, tuck them into the bins. They feature drainage holes that enable the liquid to seep out.
A Ford truck like the F-150 provides ample space in the truck bed, but it does not compare to the versatility and uniqueness of the cargo bins. While you can convert the truck tailgate into a work space, there’s still the issue of space. No outer bins can be added for another storage area in the Ford.