What Does Single Cab Mean?

2022 Chevrolet Silverado Regular Cab Long Bed WT in Summit White
 

As you’re browsing the Chevy truck lineup, you’re going to come across various types of cab styles– one of which is called a Single Cab or Regular Cab. What is a Single Cab Chevy? Single Cab pickup trucks don’t have rear passenger seats, maximizing the amount of bed length. A Single Cab Silverado is a great option for Puyallup businesses who need the most cargo space possible to transport their materials. Plus, Single Cab trucks can seat up to three passengers, which means you can always bring people along if you need an extra hand. Keep reading to learn more about what Single Cab Chevy models are available. Then, contact Sunset Chevrolet if you’d like to take any out for a test drive!

 

 

Difference Between Single Cab vs. Crew Cab vs. Double Cab

Tacoma shoppers often want to know what differentiates a Chevy Silverado Single Cab from a Chevy Silverado Crew Cab. As mentioned previously, Single Cab trucks (also known as regular cab trucks) can only seat up to three passengers, in turn increasing the amount of available bed space. A Single Cab Chevy is your best option if you’re in need of a work truck or commercial vehicle. Plus, they tend to be a less expensive option. If you’re curious about what the other bed styles have to offer, we’ve broken down the respective highlights of the Double Cab vs. Crew Cab, below:

  • Chevrolet Crew Cab: Offering the most passenger room out of all three options, it can seat up to six passengers. This style also offers the largest amount of rear passenger room. Crew Cab models can be configured with either a short or standard bed length.
  • Chevrolet Double Cab: Similar to the Crew Cab, the Double Cab seats up to six passengers. However, it doesn’t offer as much rear passenger room. Double cabs only come with standard bed length.

Bottom line: If you need a work truck that offers ample space for your equipment, and you don’t intend on traveling with more than one or two passengers at a time, a Single Cab Silverado is your best option.

Explore the Chevy Silverado Single Cab Models at Sunset Chevrolet

Now that you know more about what Single Cab means, browse our selection of Single Cab Silverado 1500, 2500, 2500 models here at Sunset Chevrolet! Our experts will help you find the perfect model for your needs. While you’re visiting our dealership near Auburn, be sure to inquire about our dealership-exclusive perks: Warranty Protection for Life and Oil Changes for Life. You just get more at Sunset… and people DO like that!

 

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