How Big Is a Pickup Truck in Feet?

Pickup trucks are one of the most versatile vehicles on the market, and they come in a wide range of sizes and configurations. Depending on the make and model of a pickup truck, it can range anywhere from 8 feet to more than 17 feet in length.

For instance, a full-size pickup truck like the Ford F-150 is typically between 6.5 to 8 feet long, while its larger sibling, the Ford F-250 is usually between 9 to 11 feet long. On the other end of the spectrum, a mid-size pickup like the Toyota Tacoma is usually around 6.5 to 7 feet long.

In between those two extremes are popular models such as the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and 2500 (8 to 12 feet), GMC Sierra 1500 and 2500 (8.5 to 12 feet), Ram 1500 and 2500 (6.5 to 8 feet), Honda Ridgeline (7 to 8 feet), Nissan Titan (7 to 8 feet) and many others.

When it comes to width, most full-size pickups have an overall width of around 80 inches from tire-to-tire when measured at their widest point; mid-size models tend to be slightly narrower at around 75 inches.

In terms of height, most pickups measure in at around 75 inches tall from ground level up, but this can vary slightly depending on whether or not you have any aftermarket accessories installed such as bull bars or bedliners.


In conclusion, pickup trucks come in a wide variety of sizes ranging from 6.5ft up to over 17ft in length with an average width of 80 inches and an average height of 75 inches. No matter what size you’re looking for, there’s sure to be a pickup truck that fits your needs perfectly!

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Stephen Dunn