Q: Where are the cupholders?

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Where are the cupholders?

A: Cupholders are made to hold onto beverages ...

Cupholders are made to hold onto beverages in a way that prevents them from spilling while the truck drives down the road. The number of cupholders vary based on the model of truck:

  • In a regular cab truck, the cupholders are located on the center console (if the truck is equipped with a center console).

  • If the truck has a rear seat, then there are cupholders in both the center console (only on trucks with a center console in the front row of seats) and in the armrest.

  • The cupholders in the center console can be accessed by removing a cover on the rear of the console.

  • The cupholders in the armrest are accessible when the armrest is in its lowered position.

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