Difference between 2018 GMC Sierra 1500 cabs
A lot of focus is spent on how much a truck can tow, but what about the cab? After all, you’ll be spending most of your time in the cab, you should learn more about your options. We can help as we explore the difference between 2018 GMC Sierra 1500 cabs.
How many cab options are there for the Sierra 1500?
In all, there are three cab options for the 2018 GMC Sierra. The lineup starts off on the small end with the Regular Cab and goes up from there with the Double Cab and the Crew Cab. We will explain each cab along with its passenger room and bed options below.
GMC Sierra 1500 Regular Cab
The Regular Cab is the smallest cab and it’s the only cab that limits your passenger room to just three people on a front-row bench. This particular cab is only available on the base model and the SLE trims. It gives front-row passengers up to 45.3 inches of legroom. This is the only cab that gives you an 8-foot bed option making it common for fleets and job sites.
GMC Sierra 1500 Double Cab
If you need room for more than 3 passengers, the Double Cab is available on the base model, SLE, and SLT trim and it provides room for up to six people. With four doors all occupants have easy access. Up front, you still get 45.3 inches of legroom, and rear row passengers get to take advantage of 34.6 inches of legroom. This cab is only available with a 6.5-foot bed.
GMC Sierra 1500 Crew Cab
The Crew Cab is the largest cab options for the 2018 GMC Sierra. The Crew Cab is available on every trim level and it is the only cab option at the Denali trim level. Again, you have the same legroom for front-row passengers, but now your rear row passengers can enjoy almost the same legroom with 40.9 inches of legroom available. This cab gives you the option between a 6.5-foot bed and a 4.5-foot bed.