Difference Between Crew Cab and Quad Cab

Pickup trucks have different varieties when it comes to cab types. There are regular cabs, extended cabs, crew cabs and quad cabs. In this article, we will differentiate the crew cab and quad cab types.

Crew Cab

A crew cab pickup is the largest cab option and offers more interior space than the other cab types. It features full-sized front and rear doors which allows easier loading of bigger items. There are four doors in a crew cab, same as the quad. Pickup owners choose crew cabs when they want a significant amount of legroom and still enough cargo capacity as opposed to a regular cab. Rear rows can also have armrests to add comfort to the travel experience. There are different car manufacturers such as Dodge that distribute crew cabs.

Quad Cab

A quad cab is a style whose name is used only by Dodge Ram. It has a larger cargo capacity but smaller interior than the crew cab. However, it has the same capacity of 6 adult passengers. It is more affordable than a crew cab. People who prioritize cargo capacity than legroom would prefer to choose a quad cab compared to other cab options.

 

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Crew Cab
Quad Cab
Manufactured by Dodge Ram, GMC Chevrolet, Toyota, Nissan, Honda Dodge Ram
Key Characteristics Larger interior size, larger rear seat legroom, more comfortable seating Larger cargo capacity
Passenger Capacity 6 6t
Doors 4 4
Front Leg Room 41 inches 41 inches
Rear Leg Room 39.4 inches 34.7 inches
Cargo Length 67.4 inches 76.3 inches
Cargo Width 51-61.4 inches 51-61.4 inches
Cargo Volume 50.3 cubic feet 57.5 cubic feet

 

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