Among pickup trucks, the Ford Super Duty from Glenn Ford stands out with its powerful abilities, numerous configurations, and top productivity features. The Super Duty was made to last, and before being released the Ford engineers tested the 6.7-liter diesel V8 through rigorous tests lasting 250,000 miles and involving tough conditions. Part of this durability is due to the fully boxed front rails, added gussets in high-stress areas, and 6.6-mm C-channel rails as well as cross members.
At first glance, there appear to be limitless configurations for the Ford Super Duty. You can select among the F-250, F-350, or F-450, as well as the regular, extended, or crew cab. When the various trims are factored in, this leads to 15 different trims Lexington drivers can enjoy. Drivers have the choice of multiple features to make them more productive in their Super Duty as well, turning it into a mobile workspace with Sync with MyFord Touch, an LCD productivity screen, 110-volt/150-watt power inverter, and locking storage under the seat. The best-in-class interior storage choices give plenty of spots to store your tools or office supplies as well.
Engines, Power, and Capabilities
When it comes to capabilities, the Super Duty is best in class in multiple ways. The best-in-class maximum towing of 31,200 pounds means that there is also a best-in-class GCWR (gross combination weight rating) of 40,000 pounds. This is largely due to beefier towing gear, tires, and suspension, as well as the standard engine. This base engine is a 6.7-liter Power Stroke Turbo Diesel generating 860 pound-feet of torque to match its 440 horsepower, the best-in-class power.
To make towing and other tough jobs simpler, the Super Duty also has a tow/haul mode that includes engine exhaust braking, a fifth wheel or gooseneck trailer tow prep package, trailer sway control, integrated trailer brake controller, and electronic-locking rear differential.