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Room for adults in back sit

Can three adults fit in comfortably in the back sit?

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The extended cab version has two doors in its rear, with small jump seats, which adults will find difficult to fit comfortably. The larger crew cab version has four doors, with a split-seat in the back allowing three adults to fit without a problem.

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If the adults in question are built like Mike Tyson - NO!

If they are familiar with each other they might fit in, if they are strangers with contagious diseases they won't.

If you want to impress your partners in business, rather go for 2 in the back seat or buy a Cadillac Escalade




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