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Built Tough for Work or Play: The Ford Super Duty Line of Trucks

Ford has been an innovator in many areas across the automotive industry - from the creation of the production line to a line of work trucks that offer advanced technology and an unbeatable work ethic. Ford has been synonymous with capable and dependable trucks for over a century. Its line of heavy-duty trucks does not disappoint.

Most are familiar with the versatility of the Ford F-150 - Ford's signature truck that offers both practicalities and luxurious comfort, should the driver choose. Yet, there are Coeur D'Alene, ID drivers that enjoy these qualities but demand a heavy-duty truck that can tow and haul cargo and the family.

This led the innovators at Ford to design the Ford F-250 and F-350 as heavy-duty trucks that offer impressive strength and durability, all wrapped up in a stylish package. Let's look at what the Ford Super Duty has to offer the working family.

What's New

The exterior is the most obvious change for the last production year. The front end and grille have been recently redesigned, with dual models being uniquely their own. Furthermore, the available engines have been tweaked to provide the highest tow ratings the Ford family has ever produced.

Performance

The F-250 and the F-350 offer the same options overall, with engine options being one of the features shared by the two trucks. Keep in mind that the three-quarter-ton F-250 and the one-ton F-350 are built to work.

The standard engine offering for each of the Super Duty trucks is a 6.2-Liter V8 gasoline engine that provides up to 385 horses under the hood and an impressive 430 pound-feet of torque. This is typically paired with a six-speed automatic transmission, but a ten-speed automatic is also available (fans of the Super Duty often opt for this combination).

Typically, the Super Duty is a rear-wheel-drive vehicle unless Rathdrum, ID drivers opt to purchase the four-wheel-drive package. This will depend upon one's work (or play) needs.

A second engine option is a 7.3-Liter V8 gasoline engine that provides up to 430 horsepower and 475 pound-feet of torque. Again, this engine can be combined with either the six-speed automatic transmission or the ten-speed, the customer's choice.

Thirdly, Ford offers a Power Stroke 6.7-Liter diesel V8 engine providing 475 horsepower and a whopping 1050 pound-feet of torque power.

One possible upgrade for Ford Super Duty owners is the addition of a "Tremor" package that adds a lift kit, larger tires, and off-road capabilities.

Technology

All Ford Super Duty trucks, no matter the trim level Liberty Lake, WA drivers choose, are outfitted to connect with your smartphone. With this software and an app on your phone, you can utilize the infotainment center simply by using your voice to activate numerous commands. Need to make a call? Just ask Siri to dial the number - she'll hear you through the infotainment system and your phone. You can also utilize these apps to send voice-to-text messages while never taking your eyes off the road. Need directions? Yep, just ask Google or Siri to assist, and those directions will appear on your touchscreen monitor.

Safety

Another perk that Hayden, ID drivers can find only in Ford vehicles is the presence of Ford CoPilot360 in each Super Duty regardless of trim level. Ford CoPilot360 offers the following:

  • forward collision warning with automated braking assist
  • lane keeping assist
  • lane departure warning
  • BLIS - a blind spot monitoring system that provides cameras across the car
  • rear cameras and driver-assist parallel parking

Ford Super Duty trucks have so much to offer! See Mike White Ford of Coeur d'Alene near Post Falls, ID today to look at these reliable and capable trucks!