On par with engine and towing specs, cab and bed size are important considerations when buying a pickup. With 2 cabin and 3 bed options, there’s a Tundra to meet just about any need. Find out which 2019 Toyota Tundra Cab and Bed Configuration is right for you in this overview.
2019 Toyota Tundra Cab and Bed Options
The Double Cab offers a 2-door layout and seating for up to 6 passengers. With this cab configuration, front-seat passengers get 42.5 inches of legroom, 39.7 inches of head room and 62.6 inches of hip room. Rear seat passengers see a little less space with 34.7 inches of legroom and 38.7 inches of head room. Both cabin styles feature fold-up rear seats, providing an easy-to-use and versatile in-cabin cargo space.
The Double Cab is available on the Tacoma SR, SR5 and Limited.
Compatible Bed Configurations – With the Access Cab, drivers have a choice between the 6.5-foot Standard Bed and the 8.1-foot Long Bed. This model sits on either 127.4- or 140.6-inch wheelbase, depending on the cargo box size.
With the CrewMax Cab, the Tundra gets upgraded to a 4-door layout. With the smaller Double Cab, rear passengers are restricted to 34.7 inches of legroom. The CrewMax Cab gives 7.6 inches more space to stretch out, extending 42.3 inches total. This extra legroom comes at the sacrifice of some bed space—the Tundra is limited to the 5.5-foot short bed. With the CrewMax cabin, the Tundra also gains a standard power vertical rear window. This option is more expensive but is worth the price hike if you tend to use those backseats often.
The CrewMax Cab is available on the Tacoma SR5, Limited, Platinum, 1794 Edition and TRD Pro.
Compatible Bed Configurations – The CrewMax Cab is limited to one bed option: the 5.5-foot Short Bed. This model sits on a 145.7-inch wheelbase with an overall length of 228.7 inches.