Crew Cab vs. Extended Cab

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Choosing the right used truck can be tricky at times, and we get a lot of questions like “What is the difference between crew cab and extended cab?” and “Is extended cab or crew cab bigger?” Between crew cab vs. extended cab designs, it’s the crew cab that is larger. However, some people prefer other aspects of the extended cab, so there’s no configuration that’s better or worse. It just boils down to your needs for the Logan roads ahead. Let’s take a look at the crew cab vs. extended cab, and find out what to know before buying a truck with Truck Ranch.

What is the Difference between Crew Cab and Extended Cab?

Between the crew cab vs. extended cab, both trucks are large and spacious for the Hillsboro roads ahead. But, the two offer slightly different configurations and options to suit different drivers. Here are just some of the similarities and differences you can expect:

  • Seating Capacity: Both the crew cab and extended cab, you’ll usually find six seats inside. This is double the seating capacity of most regular cabs.
  • Door Design: Crew cabs almost always have full-size front and back doors. Extended cabs vary, so be sure to check the model. You may have no doors, smaller doors, or full size doors.
  • Price: Crew cabs are the largest option, which means bigger components and bigger price tags. Extended cabs are usually the less expensive option. 

Is Extended Cab or Crew Cab Bigger?

So, is the extended cab or crew cab bigger? The crew cab is the largest configuration. However, there are a few things to keep in mind.

  • Crew cabs are built with passenger capacity in mind, and the spacious crew cab is one of the longest configurations as a result.
  • Because of the crew cab’s longer size, crew cabs are often offered with shorter bed sizes. This makes the crew cab more manageable on the American Fork.
  • So while the crew cab is the most spacious, some manufacturers only offer the largest bed sizes on options like extended cab – which tend to favor cargo over passenger space.

Learn More with Truck Ranch

Still have questions over what is the difference between crew cab and extended cab? We’d love to hear from you at Truck Ranch. Contact us at any time with your questions about crew cab vs. extended cab vs. regular cab, and we’ll help you find the right truck for your wants and needs.

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