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Pickup trucks have increasingly lost their work-truck origins, instead being used for driving to soccer practice, grabbing the take-and-bake pizza, and commuting to the office.

Over time, those two-door pickups have become increasingly less prevalent on the roads, as they aren’t practical for ever-day usage. However, many brands still offer them if you special order them. Brands like Ford, RAM, Chevrolet, and Toyota all still have versions of their trucks that offer the two-door design.

With that said, here are all the current pickup trucks that offer a two-door option, and at the end, I’ll even detail the ones that don’t.

1. Ram 1500

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  • External Dimensions: 232.9″ L by 88″ W by 80.9″ High
  • Wheel Base: 153.5″
  • Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR): 7,800 pounds
  • Curb Weight: 6,443 pounds
  • Towing Capacity: 12,750 pounds (up to)
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While the RAM 1500 saw its fifth generation start all the way back in 2019, the fourth generation has continued to survive under Stellantis’ watch as the RAM 1500 Classic. This older truck still offers plenty of features and is one of the best deals for a full-size pickup truck, with its entry-level price being just a little over $30k.

This entry-level price also belongs specifically to the Tradesman in its two-door configuration (also called the regular cab) and two-wheel drive (the only trim it is available in). If you are looking for a brand-new truck on a budget and only need two doors, this should easily be at the top of your list.

2. Ford F-150

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  • Horsepower: 290 - 700
  • Torque: 265 to 640
  • GVWR: 6,010 to 7,350
  • MSRP: $33,695 - $84,910
  • 0 - 60: 7.9 - 4.0 seconds
  • Towing Capacity: 14,000 pounds (up to)
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This pickup truck is the #1 selling vehicle in the USA right now. However, that can easily be attributed to the four-door versions of this truck (such as the SuperCrew four-door configuration). However, if you are hunting for a two-door (aka Regular Cab), you are in luck, as it can be purchased on either the XL or the XLT trim level (nothing above that).

Suppose you are looking for amenities on your F-150. In that case, you’ll have to manually add and pay for them to the configurator to enjoy things like the more powerful 5.0 Coyote engine, remote start, 360-Degree Camera, and more (of which come standard on higher trim levels).

3. Chevy Silverado 1500


  • Towing Capacity: 13,300 pounds (up to)
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The Silverado is the last of the three significant, 1/2-ton pickups on the market. Not to miss out on contractors, budget-seekers, and people that don’t plan on taking anyone additional with them, offer a two-door configuration on their most best selling pickup.

Unfortunately, this regular cab configuration can only be equipped on the WT (Work Truck) trim level, which means you can’t get a luxury, short bed, two-door truck from the bowtie brand.

That said, you can equip two-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive and choose between the short or long bed. The short bed could make for a fun project, an off-road build! With an MSRP lower than $40,000, this could be a fun truck for someone on a budget.

4. Toyota Tacoma

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If you aim to build the ultimate short-wheelbase pickup truck, the Tacoma should be at the top of your list. With the introduction of the completely redesigned 2024 Toyota Tacoma, the brand did away with the Access Cab (which had two rear-facing doors in the back, making it a four-door truck) and replaced it with an actual two-door pickup truck build.

This leaves this truck with an impressively short wheelbase, a low entry-level price point (under $30,000, as of this writing), a smaller truck profile, and a proven reliability that no other truck can match.

5. Ford F-350 Super Duty

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  • Towing Capacity: 38,000 pounds (up to)
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Generally speaking, you will rarely see an F-350 with the regular cab setup. However, it is quite the sight when you do. The proportions seem off, as its height doesn’t change from stock, and with its massive grille and considerable stature, it just looks wrong.

That said, you can’t fight the fact that if you need a truck to haul large loads but want to avoid the cost or the hit to your payload capacity that the larger versions cause, the two-door F-350 is a truck’s workhorse.

Even though the regular cab variant of the F-350 can be purchased with the XL and the XLT trim level, you can still get the full array of engine choices, such as the 6.8L, 7.3L, 6.7L Diesel (and the high output version). Either way, if you need to tow, this truck with a tow rating of up to 23,900 is nothing to ignore.

What other trucks have a two door configuration?

Even though you don’t see a two-door design all that often on the roads, the majority of the truck brands offer it as an option (just don’t expect it on the dealership showroom). Below are some other trucks that do offer this two-door design.

  • RAM 3500
  • Silverado 3500
  • Silverado 2500
  • Super Duty F-250
  • Nissan Frontier
  • Nissan Titan
  • RAM 2500

What trucks do not offer a two-door option?

While there may be quite a few trucks that offer a two-door configuration, there are, of course, those that do not as well! Here is a quick list of pickup trucks that do not offer this capability so that you can narrow them down from your list.

  1. Chevy Colorado
  2. Ford F-150 Lightning
  3. Ford Maverick
  4. Ford Ranger
  5. GMC Canyon
  6. GMC Hummer EV
  7. Honda Ridgeline
  8. Hyundai Santa Cruz
  9. Jeep Gladiator
  10. Rivian R1T
  11. Toyota Tundra
  12. Tesla Cybertruck

Frequently Asked Questions

What are 2 door trucks called?

Pickup trucks with two doors are referred to as a Regular Cab truck. While most other pickup truck cab variants call their different door configurations different names, the two-door pickup is rare at a consensus.

Why would you want a two-door pickup truck?

Regular cab pickup trucks are generally purchased for one of two reasons. Two-door trucks are cheaper to purchase new, and they have a shorter wheelbase, which is ideal for off-roading.


While you may not see a regular cab pickup truck on the market today, you can easily order one from almost all manufacturers of trucks today. That said, don’t count on finding one in stock at a dealership, as you will likely need to special order it and have it custom-built for you.

Whether you are ordering it for its budget price point or a custom off-road build, the two-door truck lives on in the trucks above.