Ford Trucks: Bed and Cabin Options

Apr 18, 2018 - 2 minute read

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Ford continues to build some of the most versatile pickups on the market. Whether you need to haul around your family and friends or move a load, you can count on a Ford truck to get the job done. Premium features, such as Ford’s high-resolution Sync 3 infotainment system and heated/cooled seats, promise to make your journey especially enjoyable. In order to get the most out of your truck, you need to choose the right cabin and bed combination. Fortunately, Ford gives you several different options to choose from.

Ford Regular Cab

With the ability to seat up to the three people, Regular Cab models are perfect for the drivers who don’t need to accommodate a big family or a team of workers. Ford’s entire truck lineup is designed to offer plenty of head- and legroom in the front. While the standard bed is perfect for most situations, the longer bed allows you to haul even more cargo.

Ford SuperCab

If you need just a bit more room on the inside, the SuperCab model will be your best bet. A backseat increases the SuperCab’s capacity to six people. Your passengers will also enjoy the SuperCab’s extra doors, which allow them to easily climb aboard. Available bed choices remain the same for SuperCab models.

Ford SuperCrew

To obtain the maximum amount of interior room, step up to the SuperCrew cab. Not only does the six-passenger SuperCrew cab provide an additional amount of legroom in the back, but it also provides more cargo space. When taking a road trip, you’ll be able to pack a lot of extra stuff. Four full-size doors make the SuperCrew version an even better choice for families. If you don’t plan on hauling big loads, you can take advantage of the F-150’s short bed. Heavy-duty F-250 and F-350 models are not available with a short bed.

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