Activities Hobbies Pickup Truck Cab Styles Share PINTEREST Email Print Vstock / Getty Images Hobbies Cars & Motorcycles Trucks Cars Motorcycles Used Cars ATVs & Off Road Public Transportation Contests Couponing Freebies Frugal Living Fine Arts & Crafts Astrology Card Games & Gambling Playing Music Learn More By Dale Wickell Dale Wickell Dale Wickell is an automotive expert who has worked in the industry for more than four decades. He currently works for LeMay - America's Car Museum. Learn about our Editorial Process Updated on 12/22/18 Our collection of cab style photos will help you visualize the many body styles you'll see when you shop for a pickup truck -- use the images to preview and choose a cab style that suits your needs. 01 of 08 Crew Cab Pickup Trucks 2012 Ram Express Crew Cab Truck. Ram A Crew Cab pickup truck has four doors that lead to two full rows of seating. The rear doors swing open forwards, just like the front doors. Some manufacturers tag this configuration with another name. For instance, Toyota calls similar trucks Double Cab pickups and uses the name CrewMax to describe one model in its full-size Tundra lineup. 02 of 08 Extended Cab Trucks 2012 Silverado LT Extended Cab Pickup Truck. General Motors Chevy and GMC call this pickup truck body style an Extended Cab. Trucks with this cab style have the second row of seating, but the rear seats -- and access to them -- are configured in different ways. The important thing to remember is that an Extended Cab truck's second row of seating is more compact than that of a Crew Cab truck and is not accessed through full-size doors. The rear seats and limited legroom in this style of the truck are usually not comfortable for during a long trip, especially for adults. 03 of 08 Club Cab Pickup Trucks 2012 Toyota Tacoma Baha Pickup Truck. Toyota Automakers use a variety of terms to describe the club cab pickup truck cab style, with second-row seating that's similar to the Chevy Extended Cab truck on the previous page. Names that are used include the Nissan King Cab, the Toyota XtraCab, the Toyota Access Cab, the Ford SuperCab and the Mazda SE Cab Plus. 04 of 08 Double Cab Truck Interior 2010 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab Configuration. Basem Wasef Toyota calls its four-door trucks with full seating and forward swinging doors 'Double Cabs.' The name CrewMax is reserved for big Toyota Tundras that are outfitted with full rear seats that have enough space to recline. 05 of 08 Aerial of a Double Cab Truck with Doors Open 2004 Toyota Tundra Double Cab. Toyota Motors, Inc. An aerial view of a Double Cab truck with all doors open. Tundra's style has changed since this photo was taken, but it's a good representation of a Double Cab truck. 06 of 08 Full Side View of a Double Cab Truck 2012 Toyota Tundra Double Cab Pickup Truck. Toyota Full side shot of a Tundra Double Cab pickup truck, with four full-size doors that lead to front and rear seating. 07 of 08 Regular Cab Pickup Trucks 2012 Toyota Tundra Regular Cab Pickup Truck. Photo Courtesy Toyota A regular cab pickup truck has one row of seating. The seats in this truck are accessed through two front doors, and there's no access to the space behind them, but the regular cab variation on the next page helps you use that area to carry extra gear. 08 of 08 Regular Cab Truck with Rear Access Doors 2004 Ford F-150 Regular Cab with Easy Access. Photo Courtesy Ford This Ford F-150 regular cab pickup truck has a rear door that swings open to provide easy access to the area behind seats. Newer F-150's have access doors on both sides.