3. Power Rear Window Standard on Crew Cab
People who buy pickup trucks with a crew cab and standard bed must have some of the world’s most cavalier attitudes toward practicality. The bed is too short to move long cargo easily and they’re just as unwieldy. Thankfully, Nissan has a semi-solution.
All crew cabs come with a large power rear window. While it won’t make up for the shorter bed, should you choose it, there is an added degree of flexibility that many other trucks ignore. Of course, that presumes a willingness to share cabin space with cargo.
Then again, if you’re serious about something with enough space to haul junk, pay the extra $2,530 for an extended bed. Alternatively, there’s a bed-extending cage for less frequent use.