Understanding Truck Cab Differences

Maybe you're remodeling and need to pick up some furniture. Perhaps you're needing to tow a trailer or haul a load of mulch. If so, you probably need a truck. Trucks are so versatile and useful that many individuals and families are now turning to trucks as their every day drivers. We don't blame them; with the fuel-efficient motors many trucks now have coupled with the convenience of being able to pick up, haul, or tow many things, trucks are a smart choice for both urban and rural lifestyles.

If you're in the market for a new truck, one important consideration you should make is which type of cab will suit your lifestyle. Trucks come in different cab configurations, the differences being how many doors and how much interior space each cab type boasts. Knowing the difference between these cab types can help you narrow your search and be an informed consumer.

SVG Motors stocks a wide variety of trucks at each of our locations so that you can find the truck that is perfect for you. Click on each type below to browse our inventory.

To help you search for the right truck, we offer the following primer on truck cab styles by manufacturer (note: this chart typically applies to full size truck models built since 2014. (Older models may have different names for cab types than what is shown here. Small trucks such as the Chevy Colorado use the term "Extended Cab" instead of Double Cab):

Make


2 Doors (1 row of seats)


2 Full Size Doors, Plus 2 Smaller Doors

 (the smaller doors may open toward the truck bed). May also be a 2 door vehicle with 2 rows of seats.


4 Full Size Doors (which open toward the front of  the truck). Cab has rows of seats.

Chevrolet

Regular Cab

Double Cab

Crew Cab

GMC

Regular Cab

Double Cab

Crew Cab

Ram

Regular Cab

Quad Cab

Crew Cab

Ford

Regular Cab

SuperCab

SuperCrew

Nissan

Regular Cab

King Cab

Crew Cab

Toyota (Tacoma)

Regular Cab

Access Cab

Double Cab

Toyota (Tundra)

Regular Cab

Double Cab

CrewMax

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