What is the difference between a Double Cab and a Crew Cab?
The difference between the double cab and the crew cab is size. The double cab, which is also called an extended cab, seats a row of passengers inside a truck. A crew cab has two full doors that have room of usually five passengers.
What is Toyota Double Cab?
What is an Extended Cab? As you might expect, an Extended Cab pickup truck (can also be called a Double Cab pickup truck) is basically a Regular Cab with more area behind the front seating. When it was first introduced, extended cab pickups were only sold as 2-door models and had small rear jump seats available.
What are the 3 types of cabs?
- Regular Cab: These are two-door vehicles with one row of seating.
- Extended Cab: These are two- or four-door trucks with two rows of seats; the second row is typically smaller, with less legroom.
- Crew Cab: This is the term Chevrolet, GMC, Nissan, and Ram use to describe trucks with four full-size doors.