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2018 Ford F-series Super Duty Price and Reviews

2018 Ford F-series Super Duty Price and Reviews

2018 Ford F-series Super Duty Price and Reviews- the F-250, F-350, or F-450, Ford’s Super Duty selection has the ultimate heavy duty pickups. Headlining the terno of aluminum-bodied behemoths is the optional Power Heart stroke diesel. It makes a monstrous 925 lb-ft of torque, making the F-450 capable of towing up to 32, 500 pounds–tops when it comes to competitors. The Super Work trucks have the latest and greatest tech available, including automated emergency stopping and useful towing helps. Its serene cabin can be outfitted for a king or stripped down for a contractor. The leader of this ultra-competitive class is decided by what can tow the most, contain the most, and be noticed the most–that’s the Super Duty until further notice.

 

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2018  Ford F-series Super Duty Price and Reviews

2018 Ford F-series Super Duty Price and Reviews

The Top Duty carries over mainly unchanged for 2018. The biggest difference is the new Limited trim, that can be optioned to approach hundred buck, 000. The top-of-the-line model is loaded with standard features and includes a premium interior with two-tone leather seats, a microsuede headliner, ash-wood trim, and special badging. Its recognized exterior has a specially designed grille, satin-finish tail gate trim, and unique badging so everyone knows you may afford the best heavy duty Ford that money can buy.

2018  Ford F-series Super Duty Price and Reviews

2018 Ford F-series Super Duty Price and Reviews

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The Super Responsibility pickups were all new in 2017, with an aluminum body and a fully boxed steel framework that became lighter and stronger. The revised Ability Stroke diesel had hp and torque figures raised to all-time highs. A great adaptive steering system helped with low-speed maneuvering and improved high-speed control. Dragging things became incredibly easy with impressive options such as an in-cab trailer-tire-pressure monitor and a Truck Reverse Guidance system–multiple cams and steering guidance which will make hooking up a problem really easy. Driver assists such as adaptive cruise control, collision warning with foot brake support, and a blind-spot monitor compatible with trailers were new, too.

To optimize the F-350’s dragging capacity, we’d choose the 5th Wheel/Gooseneck Trailer Tow line Prep package ($370) and the Tow Technology deal ($1935), consisting of adaptive steerage, computerized high-beam headlights, rain-sensing wipers, lane-departure warning, and the Ultimate Trailer Tow line Camera system. The ultimate price of our F-350 was $64, 390.