• fb_1416586463 avatar Robert Posted: 4/2/2013 2:47am PDT

    Yes, double-cab , is a extra cab. Not all trucks are made in Mexico. To tell where it was made, look at the 11th digit in the VIN number. Below is the list of the digit with the associated plant.

    A - STRUANDALE S. AFRICA
    D - DORAVILLE GA
    E - PONTIAC MI
    F - FLINT MI
    G - SILAO MEXICO
    H - MISHAWAKA IN
    J - JANESVILLE WI
    J - LANSING MI
    M - TOLUCA MEXICO
    R - ARLINGTON TX
    S - RAMOS ARIZPE MEXICO
    S - SPRINGHILL TN
    T - SHREVEPORT LA
    Z - FORT WAYNE IN
    0 - LANSING MI
    1 - OSHAWA ON
    1 - WENTZVILLE MO
    2 - MORAINE OH
    3 - KAWASAKI JAPAN
    6 - INGERSOLL ON
    6 - OKLAHOMA CITY OK
    7 - FUJISAWA JAPAN
    8 - SHREVEPORT LA
    8 - TILLSONBURG ON

  • ModernMode avatar ModernMode Posted: 4/1/2013 5:20pm PDT

    What's a double-cab? Is that the same as extended cab?

  • JSparks819 avatar JSparks819 Posted: 4/1/2013 11:38am PDT

    That's too bad. These look like really nice trucks. I was planning on purchasing one till I found out that these are made in Mexico. Glad to know that my money would be going to Mexico if I was to purchase one of these.. NOT! Do yourselves a favor and start manufacturing the crew cabs here in America and you'll have a lot more customers. Ford gets my vote..