Crew Cab. A crew cab, or double cab, seats five or six and has four full-sized, front-hinged doors. These trucks are generally designed to seat four to six adults through doors similar to those found on passenger cars.
This is very much on par with the Silverado in terms of dimensions as a. Ford uses "SuperCrew," while Toyota uses "Double Cab" for the Tacoma and "CrewMax" for the Tundra. Some brands then have a second-tier that's even larger than that, but considering a fair number of Crew Cabs already have backseats that.
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Although the exact name differs from vehicle to vehicle, the names we've listed above — Crew Cab, CrewMax, SuperCrew and Quad Cab — all refer to the same thing: a pickup truck with four full-size doors, generally front-hinged (like a standard car door) and with room for four or five adults. A crew cab is a pickup truck with four, conventional front-opening doors and two rows of seats that can accommodate five or six people. Before you buy a vehicle or use it for trailering, carefully review the Trailering section of the Owner's Manual.