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> Chevy Cab Style Guide

Chevy Cab Style Guide

Chevy is known for its dependability. From the Silverado to the Colorado, Chevy trucks are quality pickups that are ready to be put to work.

Chevrolet Avalanche

The Chevy Avalanche was first released for 2002 and ended production in 2013. It was praised for being a great utility vehicle that combined the comfort and space of an SUV with a truck bed capacity reminiscent of a long bed truck. To learn more about some of the features of the Chevy Avalanche keep reading.

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    2002-2006 (First Generation)

    First Generation Avalanche without Cladding First Generation Avalanche with Cladding

    First Generation Chevy Avalanche

    • Available in a crew cab style with four full-size doors
    • Seats up to five
    • Features split-folding rear seats that fold down to allow for the Avalanches midgate function which extends the pick box into the cab
    • Bed cover that consists of three interlocking pieces that allow them to be removed or added one by one whenever necessary
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    2007-2013 (Second Generation)

    Second Generation Avalanche

    Second Generation Chevy Avalanche

    • No big cab style feature change
    • Available in a crew cab style with four full-size doors
    • Seats up to five
    • Features split-folding rear seats that fold down to allow for the Avalanches midgate function which extends the pick box into the cab
    • Bed cover that consists of three interlocking pieces that allow them to be removed or added one by one whenever necessary

Chevrolet Colorado

The Chevrolet Colorado is a mid-sized pickup that packs the power and capabilities of a full-sized pickup into a more manageable package. Look below to learn more about each generation.

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    2004-2012 (First Generation)

    The Chevy Colorado was released in 2004 with regular, extended cab, and crew cab styles.

    First Generation Colorado Regular Cab First Generation Colorado Extended Cab First Generation Colorado Crew Cab

    Regular Cab

    • One row of seating
    • Seats up to three
    • Two doors

    Extended Cab

    • Two rows of seating with the second row being quite narrow
    • Seats up to five
    • Four doors with the rear two being suicide doors

    Crew Cab

    • Two full-size rows of seating
    • Seats up to five
    • Four doors
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    2015+ (Second Generation)

    Chevy did not produce the Colorado between 2013 and 2014. However, the popular mid-sized pickup made a return in 2015 with extended cab and crew cab styles.

    Second Generation Colorado Extended Cab Second Generation Colorado Crew Cab

    Extended Cab

    • Two rows of seating
    • Seats up to five
    • Four doors with the rear two being smaller suicide doors

    Crew Cab

    • Two rows of seating
    • Seats up to five
    • Four full-size doors

Chevrolet S-10

The Chevrolet S-10 is a small, but powerful truck. Check out the differences between the different generations below.

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    1982-1993 (First Generation)

    These models come in regular cab and extended cab styles.

    First Generation S-10 Regular Cab First Generation S-10 Extended Cab

    Regular Cab

    • One row of seating
    • Seats up to three
    • Two doors

    Extended Cab

    • One row of seating
    • Seats up to four
    • Generous amount of storage space behind the seats
    • "Jump" seat backed against the side wall in the extra interior storage area
    • Two doors
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    1994-2004 (Second Generation)

    The second generation S-10 comes in regular cab, extended cab, and crew cab styles.

    Second Generation S-10 Regular Cab Second Generation S-10 Extended Cab Second Generation S-10 Crew Cab

    Regular Cab

    • One row of seating
    • Seats up to three
    • Two doors

    Extended Cab

    • Two rows of seating
    • Seats up to four
    • Three doors with the third being a suicide door behind the front passenger seat

    Crew Cab

    • Two rows of seating
    • Seats up to five
    • Four doors

Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Ahh, the Chevy Silverado 1500. One of America's favorite pickups, this truck is a modern, multi-tasking machine. Though the Chevy Silverado 1500 is built for work, it has a smooth and quiet ride. Continue reading to learn more on each generation.

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    1999-2007 (First Generation)

    The first generation Silverado 1500 comes in three cab styles: regular, extended, and crew cab.

    First Generation Silverado 1500 Regular Cab First Generation Silverado 1500 Extended Cab First Generation Silverado 1500 Crew Cab

    Regular Cab

    • One row of seating
    • Seats up to three
    • Two doors

    Extended Cab

    • Two rows of seating with the rear being more narrow the front
    • Seats up to six
    • 1999-2000: Three doors
    • 2001+: Four doors with the rear two being suicide doors

    Crew Cab

    • Two full-size rows of seating
    • Seats up to six
    • Four full-size doors
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    2007-2013 (Second Generation)

    The second generation Silverado 1500 comes in three cab styles: regular, extended, and crew cab.

    Second Generation Silverado 1500 Regular Cab Second Generation Silverado 1500 Extended Cab Second Generation Silverado 1500 Crew Cab

    Regular Cab

    • One row of seating
    • Seats up to three
    • Two doors

    Extended Cab

    • Two rows of seating with the rear being more narrow than the front
    • Seats up to six
    • Four doors with the rear two being smaller suicide doors

    Crew Cab

    • Two full-size rows of seats
    • Seats up to six
    • Four full-size doors
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    2014+ (Third Generation)

    The third generation of Silverado 1500's comes in three cab styles: regular, double, and crew cab styles.

    Third Generation Silverado 1500 Regular Cab Third Generation Silverado 1500 Extended Cab Third Generation Silverado 1500 Crew Cab

    Regular Cab

    • One row of seating
    • Seats up to three
    • Two doors

    Double Cab

    • Formerly known as "extended cab"
    • Two rows of seating with the rear being more narrow than the front
    • Seats up to six
    • Four doors with the rear being approximately half as wide as the front

    Crew Cab

    • Two rows of seating
    • Seats up to six
    • Four full-sized doors

Chevrolet Silverado 2500 and 3500

A tougher and heavier duty variant of the Chevy Silverado, the Chevy Silverado 2500 and 3500 pack more power and punch. The Silverado 2500 made its debut in 1999 with the 3500 followed shortly after in 2001. Learn more about their various generations' cab styles below.

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    1999-2007 (First Generation)

    The first generation Silverado 2500 and 3500 comes in three cab styles: regular, extended, and crew cab.

    First Generation Silverado 2500 and 3500 Regular Cab First Generation Silverado 2500 and 3500 Extended Cab First Generation Silverado 2500 and 3500 Crew Cab

    Regular Cab

    • One row of seating
    • Seats up to three
    • Two doors

    Extended Cab

    • Two rows of seating with the rear being more narrow than the front
    • Seats up to six
    • Four doors with the rear two being suicide doors

    Crew Cab

    • Two full-size rows of seating
    • Seats up to six
    • Four full-size doors
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    2007-2014 (Second Generation)

    The Second generation Silverado 2500 and 3500 comes in three cab styles: regular, extended, and crew cab.

    Second Generation Silverado 2500 and 3500 Regular Cab Second Generation Silverado 2500 and 3500 Extended Cab Second Generation Silverado 2500 and 3500 Crew Cab

    Regular Cab

    • One row of seating
    • Seats up to three
    • Two doors

    Extended Cab

    • Two rows of seating with the rear being more narrow than the front
    • Seats up to six
    • Four doors with the rear two being smaller suicide doors

    Crew Cab

    • Two full-size rows of seating
    • Seats up to six
    • Four full-size doors
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    2015+ (Third Generation)

    The third generation of Silverado 2500 and 3500 trucks comes in three cab styles: regular, double, and crew cab styles.

    Third Generation Silverado 2500 and 3500 Regular Cab Third Generation Silverado 2500 and 3500 Extended Cab Third Generation Silverado 2500 and 3500 Crew Cab

    Regular Cab

    • One row of seating
    • Seats up to three
    • Two doors

    Extended Cab

    • Formerly known as "extended cab"
    • Two rows of seating with the rear being more narrow than the front
    • Seats up to six
    • Four doors, though the rear two are narrower than the front

    Crew Cab

    • Two rows of seating
    • Seats up to six
    • Four full-size doors