You’re in the market for a new or used truck, but between extended cabs, regular cabs and crew cabs, which will you choose? In order to make the best possible choice for you and your family, you’ll need to know the different types of cabs, and how they can impact your drive. Here’s the difference between an extended cab and a crew cab.

Extended vs Crew Cab

When it comes to trucks, size is everything. The best truck for you is dependent upon several factors, including your passengers. The back seats found in extended cab pickups may not be sufficient if you frequently carry passengers. If you’ve got family in mind, a crew cab may be your best bet. If you’re utilizing your truck for just a little extra storage space, an extended cab is a great option.

Cost is another important factor when deciding between a crew cab and extended cab. Extended cab pickups can be thousands of dollars less than their crew cab counterparts, though this is often offset by a crew cab’s larger resale value.

These are just a few things to consider when shopping for your next new or used truck. Got questions? We’ve got answers! Visit your local Payne dealership to view our wide selection of new and used vehicles.