At South Burlington, VT's Autosaver MAX, we offer multiple cab types on the pickup models we carry. This blog entry covers those. It can help you better understand the difference in cab styles.

Envision a classic pickup. You likely imagined a cab with two doors. This style of cab comes on standard pickups, and it offers you adequate space for one passenger and a toolbox. For a bit more space, most truck makers build cabs that are a little bigger. Called extended cabs or king cabs, these styles typically still provide two doors, but they also offer space for extra gear or passengers behind the pickup's front seats.

To acquire four doors, you can choose a crew cab. As its handle implies, this cab style offers seating capacity for your work crew. Of course, if your crew is actually your kids or a few players on your softball team, this cab style can also fit your life.

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