One of the advantages of buying a Toyota truck is all the personalization options. Considering various trim levels, bed sizes, powertrains, and cab sizes, it’s easy to get the truck that ticks all the boxes for you. But it can also make shopping a little trickier if you don’t know what some of the terms mean. Let’s go over the different Toyota truck cabs to help you identify what you need.
The Access Cab is similar to the “regular” cab you might find from other truck brands. It has only two doors — one for the driver and one for the passenger — and a small rear bench with limited space. On current Toyota models, only the midsize Tacoma pickup is offered with an Access Cab.
The Double Cab is offered on both Tacoma midsize and Tundra full-size trucks. It has four doors, including separate medium-sized doors for rear passengers. It is thus larger than the Access Cab and can comfortably seat up to five people.
The CrewMax is offered exclusively on Toyota Tundra models. It is among the largest cabs in the full-size pickup market. It has large doors for rear passengers providing the easiest accessibility, as well as substantial rear-seat space, storage, and comfort.
Whether you’re buying a Toyota Tacoma or Tundra, the cab size can have a major impact on convenience, comfort, and price. Visit Lustine Toyota in Woodbridge, Virginia, to get a better sense of which cab size is best for you.