Enjoying A Dodge Mega Cab Long Bed In California

Dodge was the first car manufacturer to come out with what was introduced as the longest and largest cab in a truck in 2006. The Dodge Mega Cab Long Bed in California was all the rave, not only in California, but all over the country. The manufacturer claimed it had the most apace and could hold the most cargo than any other four wheel drive truck on the road. The company also claimed it provided the most spacious legroom than any other truck around. Here is some additional information about the truck. The model was the 1500, 2500, and 3500 models that came out between the years of 2006 to 2008. However, the 1500 was no longer available in 2008. The Dodge Mega Cab Long Bed in California provides a little over 145 cubic feet of room the cab and 71 cubic feet for interior space.

There is a little over seven cubic feet of storage space behind the back seats and a little over 44 inches of space between the front and rear seat. As far as the flatbed, the space is a little less than 25 square feet inside. To provide this much interior space, Dodge shortened the truck bed two feet – from eight to six feet. The 2500 and 3500 models come with an optional 5.9 liter diesel with a 325 horsepower engine. The standard engine is 5.7 liter, V8 with 345 horsepower. The 3500 model can tow more than 17,000 pounds or pull over 5,000 pounds. That’s quite a bit of towing and hauling. The extra mega cab stretches the truck to more than 248 inches.

The rear seats recline and heat up to enjoy whatever your passengers want to watch on the TV/DVD system in the rear. There is also a premium, nine speaker surround sound system for pure enjoyment. The 3500 model comes in a variety of body styles and colors. If you enjoy Dodge and love a mega cab long bed that provides plenty of space, strength, and personal enjoyment for your ride, the Dodge Mega Cab Long Bed is a great choice for any truck lover. For dodge mega cab long bed in california, contact Precision Bodyline.

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