Ford Truck Body Styles


Ford makes a number of variations in body style and door configuration for each of its F-Series pickup trucks. The company gears each toward a different demographic.

Regular Cab

  • A regular cab Ford pickup has a single row of seating. It also has two doors that swing forward and limited space behind the seat.

Access Cab

  • An access cab has one or two small, rear-swinging, or "suicide"-style, doors that allow owners to more easily access the small rear storage space.

Super Cab

  • A super cab Ford truck has two full-size front doors and second-row seating that you can access by leaning the backs of the front seats forward.

Crew Cab

  • This is the most car-like of all of the configurations, and it resembles a sport utility vehicle with the cargo-area roof chopped off. It has four forward-swinging doors, and two rows of full-size seats with sedan-like rear leg room.

What's Best for You

  • Standard cabs typically get better gas mileage and have higher performance because they are lighter. However, larger cabs are a must for anyone with a family to haul.

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