Crew Cabs at Crosscut
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Crew Cabs

2019 Ford F150
34,114 miles
4X4 / Gas
$34,600
2013 Ford F250
120,280 miles
4X4 / Diesel
$32,800
1999 Ford F250
93,999 miles
4X4 / Diesel
Sold. Thanks Jimmy in NM!
$25,750
2004 Ford F350
112,456 miles
4X4 / Diesel
Sold. Thanks Mike in TX!
$19,900
2010 Ford F150
125,609 miles
4X4 / Gas
Sold. Thanks DeSpain in AZ!
$13,950
2011 Ford F250
152,765 miles
4X4 / Diesel
Sold. Thanks Caleb in KS!
$24,700

Crew Cabs

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Crew Cab Trucks

Looking for crew cab trucks? At Crosscut, we offer an expansive selection of used crew cab trucks for sale, including Ford, Ram, and Dodge. Crew cabs are a great way to store things safely or move people around.

We ship all over the US. Please let us know which diesel truck you're considering and zip, and we will return a quote.

Which Crew Cab Truck To Buy

The short answer: it depends on how much room your need. The new trend is towards XL-sized crew cabs like the Ram Mega Cab and Toyota Crew Max. Both offer more room than most SUVs with folding seats that can accommodate a lot of cargo.

Crosscut helps save money buying crew cabs

We hate nonsense, so we get straight to the point and give the most comprehensive online vehicle evaluation in the country. Our crew cabs have 80+ pictures, a 15 minute HD video test drive, and a full inspection report. Then when you're ready to buy, we have a 5 minute online negotiation. Then you decide if you want to do the rest online or in person.

But we also want our customers to skip the dealer's nonsense even if they don't buy from us. We wrote a blog that peels back the dealership curtain to beat them at their own game.

For instance, did you know that saying "I'm Paying Cash!" is on the worst things you can say at a dealership? We explain why along with the four other dumbest things you can say at a dealership.

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