Which Truck Has the Longest Bed?

Trucks come in a variety of sizes and styles, and when it comes to bed length, some of them are quite impressive. Depending on the model, the longest beds can measure up to 8 feet in length.

The Chevy Silverado 1500 offers an impressive 8-foot bed length. The Silverado 2500HD offers an even larger bed length at 8 feet 6 inches. You can also opt for a Crew Cab, which gives you extra room for passengers without sacrificing bed length.

The Ford F-150 is another great option for those looking for a large truck bed. The standard 6 ½ foot box is fairly generous, but if you want a longer truck bed you can opt for the 8-foot option.

The GMC Sierra 1500 has both standard and extended cab models, with the latter having an impressive 8 foot bed length. The GMC Sierra 2500HD is even larger at 8 feet 6 inches.

The Ram 1500 is another great option for those looking for a long truck bed. The standard 6-foot 4-inch box is already quite generous, but if you need more space you can opt for the 8-foot version.

Finally, there’s the Toyota Tundra which has both standard and CrewMax cab versions with a maximum bed length of 8 feet 5 inches.


When it comes to finding a truck with the longest possible bed, there are several options available from different manufacturers. The Chevy Silverado 1500 and 2500HD offer an impressive 8-foot and 8’6” beds respectively; while Ford F-150, GMC Sierra 1500/2500HD and Ram 1500/2500 offer up to a maximum of 8 feet; and Toyota Tundra offers up to 8’5” in its CrewMax cab version.

Photo of author

Stephen Dunn