The Ram 2500 (with a 6.4L V8) and Honda Ridgeline (with a 3.5L V6) are two popular pickup options in Alberta, Canada. Based on engine size, the choice for those who need power is obvious. But what about truck shoppers who require a spacious seating area? Which of these two vehicles comes out ahead when comparing cab size? Ram 2500 (Crew Cab) Headroom (front/rear): 1,038/1,010 mm Legroom: 1,040/1,022 Hip room: 1,598/1,593 Total interior volume: 3,528L Honda Ridgeline Headroom (front/rear): 1,003/986 mm Legroom: 1,039/932 Hip room: 1,501/1,438 Total passenger volume: 3,084 L The 2021 Ram 2500 provides a spacious area for passengers. The attractiveness of this pickup is about more than roominess. The Laramie trim boasts heated front seats, while the Longhorn adds warming elements to the rear row, as well. Dual-zone climate controls, 60/40 folding benches with retractable armrest, and in-floor storage help balance practicality and comfort. Contact our Saint Paul, AB dealership to learn more about the 2021 Ram 2500.