I was recently looking at my new Nissan Frontier, and I was wondering how big a bed it would fit in.
What are the 2022 Nissan Frontier Truck Bed Sizes?
King Cab ® S Dimensions (4×2)
The cargo bed of the King Cab S (4×2) measures 62.9 inches in length and has a maximum width of 61.4 inches between wheel wells. The rear floor is 44.5 inches wide, and its depth from the front to rear bumper is 19.4 inches deep for an overall volume of 1,658 cubic feet—more than enough room for most jobs around your home or shop.
S: 4-Door; Short Bed
Lariat: 4-Door; Long Bed
King Cab ® S Dimensions (4×4)
The cargo bed length is 73.3 inches long and the width between wheel wells is 44.5 inches wide, making it possible to fit a full sheet of plywood or drywall in the bed without removing its protective layers. In addition, this pickup truck’s 19-inch deep cargo box can handle narrow items like boards or pieces of lumber with ease while providing enough room at the back for taller objects like kayaks, ladders, bikes, or other large sports equipment.
Crew Cab S Dimensions (4×2)
The four-door SuperCab has a 7-foot cargo bed that measures 59.5 inches between the wheel wells and is 61.4 inches wide maximum. The bed’s 19.4-inch depth extends between fenders, while an available spray-in liner reaches to within 4 inches of the floorboards for greater protection against leaks and spills.
Crew Cab S Dimensions (4×4)
The 2014 Nissan Frontier features a Crew Cab body style with a 4 door layout. The wheelbase for the Frontier is 145″ and has an overall length of 215.3″.
King Cab ® SV Dimensions (4×2)
The maximum load capacity of the SV 4×2 is 1,200 lbs.
– The cargo bed length is 73.3 inches and has a width between wheel wells of 44.5 inches, with a cargo bed depth of 19.4 inches.
Crew Cab SV Dimensions (4×2)
The cargo bed of the Crew Cab SV is longer than in the Regular Cab but shorter than that of the Double Cab. The maximum width between wheel wells remains 44.5 inches; with a load, it’s much less, about 39 inches. The maximum depth is 19.4 inches, although most items will fit deeper into the box (in front or behind) if necessary.
Crew Cab SV Dimensions (4×4)
The U-Haul Cargo Bed is 6′ long x 5′ wide and 16″ deep. The cargo bed measures 59.5 inches in length, 61.4 inches in width between wheel wells, and 44.5 inches in width at the top of the wheel well opening (as shown above).
Crew Cab Long Bed Dimensions (4×2)
The cargo bed length is 73.3 inches, the maximum width between wheel wells is 61.4 inches, and the maximum cargo bed width from the outside of the wheel well to the outside of the wheel well is 44.5 inches (not including bumper). The Cargo Bed Depth is 19.4 inches
Crew Cab Long Bed Dimensions (4×4)
The Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD has a crew cab long bed dimensions of 73.3 inches in length, 61.4 inches between wheel wells, and 44.5 inches between the top of the wheel well to the bottom of the bed. The depth at its deepest is 19.4 inches from front to the rear bumper with no equipment inside or outside and all 4 wheels on the ground (stock tire size LT265/70R17). This measurement includes 6-inch dual exhaust pipes that hang down into the truck bed off each side just behind where they connect to headers made by Walker Evans Racing.
Crew Cab Pro-X ® Dimensions (4×2)
The standard bed is 6 feet, 5 inches. It measures 58.9 inches long and 61.4 inches wide between the wheel wells (44.5 inches at its narrowest point). The cargo bed depth is 19.4 inches but it can accommodate a load up to 20-inches deep in front of the cab or 36-inches behind the cab with the tailgate down.
Crew Cab Pro-4X® Dimensions (4×4)
The Crew Cab Pro-4X’s bed measures 58.9 inches long and has a maximum cargo width of 61.4 inches between the wheel wells, which is standard for crew cab trucks with four full doors. The bed depth is 19.4 inches, which can be considered shallow compared to other pickup truck beds on the market today but this still offers several advantages over deeper-type beds such as easier loading access or less wasted space in the rear cargo area when not in use for hauling larger items and much greater maneuverability at low speeds in tight spaces during offroad driving activities.