Cab styles are as important to know as shoe size. Without understanding cab size, you won't know which vent visors, nerf bars, and floor mats fit your truck. The confusing part about truck cab styles is each auto manufacturer tends to use its own naming convention for cab styles. It's similar to figuring out the difference between a Big Mac and a "Royale with cheese".
The Ford Explorer Sport Trac was first released for 2001 with the first generation ending production in 2005 and the second generation starting production in 2007. The Ford Explorer Sport Trac is known for blending the hauling capacity of a pickup with an interior reminiscent of an SUV thus making for a fully capable, and comfortable, mid-size truck. Continue reading to learn more about the Ford Explorer Sport Trac and some of its features.
The F150 has a long history as one of America's favorite trucks. To find out about more recent generations of the Ford F150, keep reading.
In 1997 we witness the glorious birth of the tenth-generation Ford F150. This legendary truck came available in three cab styles: regular cab, SuperCab, and SuperCrew. Fun fact: the 2004 year models were referred to as "Heritage".
The eleventh-generation F150 was manufactured for the 2004-2008 model years, with 2004 models referred to as "new body" to differentiate them from the aforementioned 2004 "Heritage". They come in regular, SuperCab, and SuperCrew cab styles.
Spanning the 2009-2014 model years, the twelfth-generation F150 shares much of its underpinnings with the 2004-2008 models. It came in three cab styles: regular, SuperCab, and SuperCrew.
This is when the
future began thirteenth-generation F150 came to be. Unlike previous F150 generations, all three 13th generation cab styles have bodies made out of lightweight, high-strength aluminum. This change contributed to improved fuel efficiency, towing capacity, and corrosion-resistance. The 2015+ F150 is available in regular, SuperCab, and SuperCrew cab styles.
Beginning with the 1999 model year, Ford's F250 and F350 were updated with bodies unique from the F150. F450 and F550 models were added to the lineup and thus, the "Super Duty" was born. Ford Super Duty trucks are the working man's best friend and live up to their name by being some of the toughest and most heavy duty trucks out there. For details on what type of cabs are out there, keep reading.
Just like the F150, the 1999+ Super Duty was produced in regular, SuperCab, and crew cab styles.
The second generation of Ford Super Duty pickups came in regular, SuperCab, and crew cab styles.
2017 is the golden model year as all Super Duty trucks get a brand new high-strength aluminum body (previously having been steel).The fourth generation Ford Super Duty shares the same cabs as the 2015+ F150.
The Ford Ranger is a small, yet tough truck that was made for better fuel efficiency and for more practical, everyday purposes. Read on to learn about its different styles over the years.
The Ranger was introduced for 1983 as a replacement for the Mazda-based Courier. Its main purpose was to be a quality, fuel efficient truck. First generation Rangers come in regular cab and SuperCab.
The third generation had two cab styles: regular and SuperCab.
For this generation, Ford offered regular and SuperCab styles.