My house is 10 years old, my 4 door truck fits in with a couple inches in the back, and about two feet in the front.
I usually let it sit outside in the summer, since I'm doing projects in there, but in the winter it goes inside.
This helped with me parking it in the garage at the perfect spot. It's very handy:
Striker Hand Tools 00-108 Parking Attendant Garage Parking Sensor - Amazon.com
I parked my truck into tight garages (renting and owning) for many years. I bought it new in 99. It sounds like it should be doable by measurements. The thing that really got annoying to me was not having the space to walk around the vehicle to get to something on the other side. You can put a lot of clever things up to help make sure you get it parked just right but you'll also quickly pick it up without them. It's a slower procedure either way. I just leave it out now and love the extra space for a workbench and projects.
My neighborhood was built in the 1970's and everyone's truck is on the driveway. I don't think it's uncommon at all.
I put a couple layers of that black fibrous stuff they use on houses for sheeting up against the front wall when I pull my van in. It has a little "give" and you can crawl up to it pretty slowly. You see it move a bit when it touches so you don't push the wall down. It pulls away a bit anyway when you put it in park. I only get it out maybe 10 times a year, so it's not a big deal; I just really want it all the way forward so I have room behind to walk around like someone else mentioned.
I think it's a crime when you see house plans with a "two-car" garage that has any dimension less than 20'. A real two car garage should be at least 24' x 24' which give you a bit of room on the side for shelving and storage and room for a mower, snow blower, power washer, air compressor, etc. Not to mention a work bench. And also you can actually open the vehicle doors to get in and out without smashing them into the other vehicle parked there.
Just make sure your truck has electric (remote) start. My truck barley fit in the garage and after a while I just left it in the driveway and started it from my window in the morning. Not ideal, but I'll never drive a car again.
My garage is bigger than my truck.