Ford’s Super Duty lineup has consisted of three powerful and extremely versatile trucks consisting of the F250, F350, and F450. Over the years, we have seen the popularity of each model increase with both business and personal uses alike as the concept of a truck no longer makes it just a truck. The personal uses of a Ford Super Duty truck has taken more of a modern approach which will once again be seen in the upcoming 2018 Ford F250, 2018 Ford F350, and 2018 Ford F450.
The 2018 Ford Super Duty lineup will once again shape the entire industry offering superior payload capacity, powerful engine options, and have numerous luxurious features you just wouldn’t expect to find in a performance truck. With the concept evolving into what it is today, expect the 2018 Ford F250, F350, and F450 to be more impressive than ever.
The following preview is a first-look at the upcoming 2018 Ford F250, F350, and F450 specs, features, price, and release date.
2018 Ford Super Duty Specs and Features – F250, F350, and F450
The 2018 Ford Super Duty specs and features will once again align with premium performance and luxury. Over the years, we have seen a transformation on the interior of all Super Duty trucks giving consumers plenty of options to choose from. Options bringing out the best in-class features are competitive with other US manufactured trucks from Dodge, GMC, and Chevrolet.
The 2018 F250 is expected to have a payload capacity well over 4,000 pounds and a towing capacity over 13,000 pounds. The 2018 F350 will be slightly more coming in around 4,400 and 13,000 pounds respectively while the 2018 F450 will boast an industry leading 5,400 pounds of payload and well over 31,000 pounds of towing capacity.
Some of the most notable optional and standard features seen across all most trim packages includes Ford’s SYNC with MyFord Touch, high definition touchscreen monitor, climate control, Mesa leather seating, universal garage door opener, remote start, Select Shift OD transmission, TorqShift, Power Equipment Group, LED lighting, ambient interior lighting, trailer brake control, and much more.
All three 2018 Super Duty models will feature options for a regular cab, crew cab, or super cab which will offer comfortable seating for up to six occupants. The Super Crew will boast the most room on the inside giving riders plenty of legroom in both the front and back seats. 4×4 and 4×2 drive, full-sized 8’ bed along with a smaller 6 ¾’ bed, along with a wide array of wheel base options will be seen.
The engine specs are rumored to be a 5.7 liter V8 in both gas and diesel along with a 6-speed automatic transmission. We’re hearing rumors on the possibility of a 7-speed transmission, but this one doesn’t look to be a reality in the 2018 Super Duty lineup.
2018 Ford Super Duty Price and Release Date – F250, F350, and F450
The launch price of the new 2018 Super Duty trucks will vary depending on the model and features selected. Ford will once again be offering many trim packages consisting of a gasoline or diesel engine and many interior options that can drive the price up. Below, we have the latest info on the starting price of the upcoming 2018 F250, F350, and F350.
|2018 Ford Super Duty Models||Price|
|2018 Ford F250 Price||Starting at $32,800|
|2018 Ford F350 Price||Starting at $37,800|
|2018 Ford F450 Price||Starting at $53,500|
The expected 2018 Ford Super Duty release date for the F250, F350, and F450 is expected to be made official during the 2017 summer. We’re already hearing US sales will start around October 2017 here in the US with sales starting in other markets around the year after the 1st of 2018. As soon as the unveiling of the new model Super Duty trucks come, we’ll have something a bit more definitive.
We’ll continue to update this review with more rumors and confirmations on the upcoming 2018 F250, F350, and F450 specs, features, price, and release date as soon as it comes in.
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