Ford Crew Cab Vs. SuperCab Difference, Sizes, & More

Ford Crew Cab vs. SuperCab

If you have your eye on one of our new Ford F-150 trucks for sale or any of our Ford F-Series pickups, you might be trying to decide between the Ford Crew Cab vs. SuperCab. If so, you're not alone.

Many of our customers come to us with questions about Ford cab sizes and want to know about the Crew Cab vs. SuperCab differences. To help, we've put together a Ford truck comparison, so you can make an informed decision about which new Ford truck is best for your needs.

Ford Crew Cab vs. SuperCab Differences

If you're debating between a SuperCab or Crew Cab, let's review the differences and trim models so you can select your ideal ride. A Regular Cab on a new Ford truck has a maximum seating capacity of three occupants. The SuperCab and Crew Cab (also known as SuperCrew®) each have cabins with a second row to accommodate up to six passengers. So, what's the difference?

The main Ford Crew Cab vs. SuperCab difference is size. The Crew Cabs are bigger than the SuperCabs. The SuperCab is one of the most popular ways to set up a Ford F-series truck because of its two-row configuration and seating for six.

A Ford SuperCab has four doors, but the rear doors are rear-hinged and require the front doors to be open to access the back seat. Consequently, the F-Series SuperCab trucks are generally best for families with children and not fully grown adults.

A Ford F-Series Crew Cab comes with four full-size doors, bench seats, and approximately 10 more inches of legroom than Ford SuperCab trucks.

Crew Cab vs. SuperCab Engine Options

Choosing the right Ford F-150 is no simple matter. There are many factors to consider in addition to the Ford Crew Cab vs. SuperCab differences. For instance, are you interested having the most Ford F-150 towing capacity?

The new Ford F-150 arrives with a menu of engine options to help you choose a truck that delivers the performance capabilities you need for your application. Are you looking for the Ford truck with the most torque? Maybe you need a diesel engine that maximizes fuel economy on long hauls? Or do you need the Swiss Army knife of truck engines that does it all for you every day?

Not only are there eight trim styles to compare, there are also seven engine options to choose from:

  • 3.5-liter PowerBoost™ Full Hybrid V-6 — 430 horsepower, 570 pound-feet of torque
  • 3.0-liter PowerStroke® Turbo Diesel — 250 horsepower, 440 pound-feet of torque
  • 3.5-liter EcoBoost® V-6 — 400 horsepower, 500 pound-feet of torque
  • 5.0-liter TI-VCT V-8 — 400 horsepower, 410 pound-feet of torque
  • 2.7-liter EcoBoost® V-6 — 325 horsepower, 400 pound-feet of torque
  • 3.3-liter TI-VCT V-6 — 290 horsepower, 265 pound-feet of torque
  • High-Output 3.5-liter EcoBoost® — 450 horsepower, 510 pound-feet of torque

SuperCab vs. Crew Cab Trim Options

The new Ford F-150 for sale is available in eight trim models to think about when comparing Ford Crew Cab vs. SuperCab differences:

  • Ford F-150 XL
  • Ford F-150 XLT
  • Ford F-150 LARIAT
  • Ford F-150 King Ranch®
  • Ford F-150 Platinum
  • Ford F-150 Limited
  • Ford F-150 Tremor®
  • Ford F-150 Raptor

The new F-150 XL comes with automatic high beams, a Rear View Camera with Dynamic Hitch Assist, and Pro Trailer Backup Assist™ as an available option. Maybe you're interested in having the Ford Co-Pilot360™ technology and available Hill Descent Control™? Then the Ford F-150 LARIAT is the new truck for you.

When you arrive for your test drive in the new Ford Raptor, don't forget to browse our inventory of new Ford F-350 trucks for sale with Crew Cab or SuperCab options.

SuperCab vs. Crew Cab Length & Cargo Space

If you're still trying to decide between the Ford Crew Cab vs. SuperCab sizes, we should point out that the SuperCab is available in 6.5-foot and 8-foot box lengths on the Ford F-150 XL, Ford F-150 XLT, Ford F-150 LARIAT, Ford F-150 Raptor, and Ford F-150 STX.

In a typical Ford F-series Regular Cab, you'll have 40.8 inches of front headroom and 43.9 inches of front legroom. The Ford SuperCab offers the same front room for the driver, plus an additional 40.3 inches of rear headroom and 33.5 inches of rear legroom for second-row passengers. A Ford Crew Cab has the same interior dimensions as the SuperCab but has roughly 10 more inches of rear legroom for greater passenger comfort.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is SuperCab on a Ford Truck?

The SuperCab is one of the most popular ways to configure a Ford F-150 pickup truck. The SuperCab setup has two rows of seating that accommodate up to six passengers. The SuperCab is available in 6.5-foot and 8-foot box lengths on the Ford F-150 XL, Ford F-150 XLT, Ford F-150 LARIAT, Ford F-150 Raptor, and Ford F-150 STX.

What is the difference between Crew Cab and SuperCab?

If you're buying a new Ford truck and trying to decide which cab configuration is best for your needs, you're probably comparing SuperCab vs. Crew Cab. A SuperCab has four doors, but the front doors need to be open before you can open the smaller, rear-hinged back doors. The Crew Cab (aka, SuperCrew®) has four full-size doors that all open in the same direction.

Which is bigger, Crew Cab or SuperCab?

A Ford Crew Cab truck is bigger than a SuperCab. A Ford Crew Cab comes with four full-size doors, bench seats, and more legroom than Ford SuperCab trucks. Crew Cabs offer more space for adults and typically cost more than the smaller Ford SuperCab F-series trucks for sale. The second row of seats in the Ford SuperCabs is generally best for children.

Ford Crew Cab Vs. SuperCab - Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

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