Crew Cab vs Double Cab
We know that some folks who are searching for a new truck have some questions about the vocabulary used to describe features within truck models. We are here to help and a common question we hear about is the difference between a Crew Cab and a Double Cab. We will compare the Crew Cab vs Double Cab so shoppers can better understand what type of vehicle they want.
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The primary difference between a Crew Cab and a Double Cab is the size. The Double Cab, also known as an Extended Cab, is actually smaller than the Crew Cab. The Double Cab is tighter and the Crew Cab gives ample room for passengers or extra luggage and gear you need to bring along. Now that you know the difference between the two, we’ll tell you what each size is recommended for your needs.
When it comes to choosing a new vehicle, choosing the right cabin size can mean a lot. If you do not need to fit that many people into your vehicle, the Double Cab is a nice choice. If you need more space for passengers or cargo, the Crew Cab is the better choice. There are also other factors to take in that do not have to do with cabin size that also matter when purchasing a new vehicle, but this is a good start.
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That should answer your question about Crew Cab vs Double Cab. If you would like to learn more about what our vehicles offer, you can check out our online inventory and browse our available Buick, Chevrolet, and GMC models. Don’t forget to schedule a test drive with us at Craig Dunn Motor City today.