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> GMC Cab Style Guide

GMC Cab Style Guide

GMC trucks are an American mainstay - as American as the General Motors company itself. The GMC name is over 100 years old; this length of time in the business has allowed GMC to produce trucks of superior quality that meet customer needs.

GMC Canyon

The GMC Canyon is a well-loved mid-size pickup that replaced the Sonoma. Look below to find out more about each of its generations.

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    2004-2012 (First Generation)

    The GMC Canyon was released for 2004 with regular, extended, and crew cab styles.

    First Generation Canyon Regular Cab First Generation Canyon Extended Cab First Generation Canyon Crew Cab

    Regular Cab

    • One row of seating
    • Seats three
    • Two doors

    Extended Cab

    • One row of seating
    • Two forward facing jump seats in the rear
    • Seats up to five
    • 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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    2015+ (Second Generation)

    There were no 2013 and 2014 models made. But, the Canyon made a triumphant comeback in 2015 with extended cab and crew cab styles.

    Second Generation Canyon Extended Cab Second Generation Canyon Crew Cab

    Extended Cab

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

    Crew Cab

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

GMC Sonoma/S-15

The GMC Sonoma and S-15 is known for being a durable and mod-friendly compact pickup truck. Learn more about each of the generations below.

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    1982-1993 (First Generation)

    These models come in regular cab and extended cab styles. Prior to being renamed "Sonoma" for 1991, these trucks were known as the "S-15".

    First Generation Sonoma/S-15 Regular Cab First Generation Sonoma/S-15 Extended Cab

    Regular Cab

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

    Extended Cab

    • One row of seating
    • One jump seat located behind passenger seat against side wall
    • Seats up to four
    • Generous amount of storage space behind the seats
    • Two doors
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    1994-2004 (Second Generation)

    The second generation Sonoma comes in regular and extended cab, with a crew cab variant being introduced for 2001.

    Second Generation Sonoma Regular Cab Second Generation Sonoma Extended Cab Second Generation Sonoma Crew Cab

    Regular Cab

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

    Extended Cab

    • One row of seating
    • One Jump seat located behind passenger seat against side wall
    • Seats up to four
    • Generous amount of storage space behind the seats
    • Three doors with the third being a suicide door behind the front driver's seat

    Crew Cab

    • Two rows of seating
    • Seats up to five
    • Four full-size doors
    • More interior space than its regular and extended cab styles
    • Only configuration available for 2004

GMC Sierra 1500

The GMC Sierra 1500 is a luxurious, full-size pickup - a twin to the popular Chevy Silverado. Chevy Silverado. The Sierra has always been a popular American truck known for it's longevity and reliability as well as being a lean yet powerful workhorse. Now it's even better looking too.

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    1999-2007 (First Generation)

    The first generation Sierra 1500 was available in three cab styles: regular, extended, and crew cab.

    First Generation Sierra 1500 Regular Cab First Generation Sierra 1500 Extended Cab First Generation Sierra 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 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 Sierra 1500 comes in three cab styles: regular, extended, and crew cab.

    Second Generation Sierra 1500 Regular Cab Second Generation Sierra 1500 Extended Cab Second Generation Sierra 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
    • Four doors with the rear two being 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 Sierra 1500 comes in three cab styles: regular, double, and crew cab.

    Third Generation Sierra 1500 Regular Cab Third Generation Sierra 1500 Double Cab Third Generation Sierra 1500 Crew Cab

    Regular Cab

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

    Double Cab

    • Two rows of seating with the rear being slightly narrower 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-sized doors

GMC Sierra 2500 and 3500

The 2500 and 3500 models are the heavy-duty variants of the GMC Sierra. The 2500 was first introduced for 1999 with the 3500 following shortly after for 2001.

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    1999-2007 (First Generation)

    The first generation Sierra 2500 and 3500 was available in three cab styles: regular, extended, and crew cab.

    First Generation Sierra 2500 and 3500 Regular Cab First Generation Sierra 2500 and 3500 Extended Cab First Generation Sierra 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 Sierra 2500 and 3500 come in three cab styles: regular, extended, and crew cab.

    Second Generation Sierra 2500 and 3500 Regular Cab Second Generation Sierra 2500 and 3500 Extended Cab Second Generation Sierra 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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    2014+ (Third Generation)

    The third generation of Sierra 2500 and 3500 is available in three cab styles: regular, double, and crew cab.

    Third Generation Sierra 2500 and 3500 Regular Cab Third Generation Sierra 2500 and 3500 Extended Cab Third Generation Sierra 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, though the rear two are narrower than the front

    Crew Cab

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