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Difference between regular, crew and double cabs

Last Updated: Oct 12, 2017 05:56PM EDT
Most trucks offer an "extended cab" configuration, which boasts smaller seats in back and, in many cases, small doors behind the front doors that open to provide rear-seat access. The most expensive -- and most practical -- variety is called "crew cab," which offers four full-sized doors and two rows of seat

Generally speaking, extended-
cab trucks use one of the four names described above -- Extended Cab, SuperCab, King Cab or Double Cab. An extended-cab truck is typically one that has a 4-door cab, but with rear doors and rear seats that aren't as large as they would be in a normal crew-cab model.

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