In 2019, RAM began producing two distinct lines of half-ton (1500) pickup trucks: the All-New 2019 RAM and the RAM 1500 Classic. The Classic is essentially a 2009-2018 RAM 1500 while the All-New 2019 RAM is the first in a new generation of RAM trucks. If you own a 2019 or newer RAM, please be on the lookout for drop boxes at our product selection screens. We use these drop downs to help determine whether you have the All-New or Classic RAM. These are very different trucks and most of their parts do not interchange. Some distinguishing features include the following.
This is the easiest, most definitive way to determine whether your RAM has the Classic or All-New body.
2019 Classic - Five Lug
Classic RAM 1500 trucks have a 5x5.5” bolt pattern.
2019 All-New - Six Lug
The All-New RAM 1500 has a 6x5.5” bolt pattern.
2019 Classic Front End
Like previous generations of the RAM pickup, the Classic has what is known as the Crosshair grille.
2019 All-New Front End
The shape of the front end changes from the Crosshair design for the 2019 All-New body. Note the subtle differences in the shape of the headlights.
The following cab sizes are available for 2019 RAM 1500 trucks.
No rear doors.
Rear doors are approximately 33 inches long (3/4 the size of the front doors).
Rear doors are approximately 40 inches long (about the same size as the front).
Not available on the All-New 2019 RAM 1500.
Rear doors are approximately 33 inches long (3/4 the length of the front doors).
Rear doors are 40 inches long (approximately the same size as the front doors).
The following bed sizes are available for 2019 RAM 1500 trucks.
2019 RAM 1500 Classic
All-New RAM 1500
This bed is not available on the All-New 2019 RAM 1500.
Both of the 2019 RAM 1500 trucks have optional bed features that can impact your selection of accessories such as tonneau covers and truck racks. When you’re looking up parts for your RAM, keep an eye out for drop down boxes that ask if your truck is equipped with one or more of these features.
A Rambox is a storage box built into the side of the bed on select RAM pickup trucks.
Usually found on trucks with Rambox beds, these rails are used to secure and manage cargo.
If you have any other questions about your RAM 1500 pickup truck, chat or call our product experts.