Some new pickups, such as the 2021 RAM 1500 Limited, feature a spray-in bed liner - which is intended to improve the cargo experience and allow drivers to more efficiently (and confidently) manage payloads. Some consumers may wonder whether this option is the right choice for them, however, if they're not frequently making long-hauls.
Let's take a closer look at why you would want to have a spray-in bed liner in your truck - regardless of your payload preferences.
It protects against the elements.
Spray-in liners coat your bed's surface entirely, creating a water and air-tight seal. You won't have to worry about dirt, heat, moisture, or ultraviolet rays damaging your truck. With a drop-in model, you do not get the same protection because there will always be small gaps; and these will allow debris to penetrate.
It preserves your truck's resale value.
Since it protects your bed from dents, scratches, corrosion, and other forms of damage, a spray-in liner helps you maintain a higher resale value.
It does not require maintenance.
Once you spray the bed liner on, you never have to think about it again unless it gets damaged, which is very rare. Cleaning it is also convenient compared to a drop-in model that needs to be removed and washed separately.
Contact our St. Paul dealership today to ask about spray-in bed liners on our RAM trucks.