What are the 2017 Ford Super Duty F-250 Specs & Performance Ratings?

By blogsadmin | Posted in Ford Super Duty F-250 on Thursday, May 25th, 2017 at 2:54 pm
2017 Ford Super Duty F-250 Specs and performance

2017 Ford Super Duty F-250 Specs & Performance

Whether you need your full crew in the back, hauling the trailer to the job site or bringing the family camping with the 5th wheel camper the 2017 Ford Super Duty has the performance you’re looking for.  The high strength, military grade, aluminum alloy body and all new fully boxed frame are just a taste of the mouthwatering specs and features inside the 2017 Ford Super Duty F-250.

Blue 2017 F-250 exterior viewLeaner and Meaner

With the use of the high strength, military grade, aluminum alloy in the body and throughout the truck the 2017 Super Duty F-250 weighs 350 pounds less than the 2016 edition but it also boasts best in-class payload.  With a whopping 7, 630 pounds of maximum payload and a 21,000-pound towing capacity the 2017 Ford Super Duty has a staggering gross combination weight rating of 41,800 pounds.  Ford beefed up the axles to help hold all that payload and upgraded the suspension and steering to make maneuvering all that weight a breeze while reducing jostling in the cabin.

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Utilizing a 6.2L V8 or a 6.7L Power Stroke Turbo Diesel Engine and coupling it with the new TorqShift G Select Shift 6- Speed automatic transmission the 2017 Ford Super Duty created faster power delivery and more seamless shifting all while increasing fuel efficiency.  Increased fuel efficiency means less money at the pump and with the 2017 Super Duty’s increased fuel capacity that equals more time at the job and less time stopping to refuel, helping your bottom line.

Toughness Meets StyleDriver and Passenger front interior view of 2017 F-250

Loaded with Sync3 technology the 2017 Ford Super Duty F-250 allows you to operate your device with a voice activated touchscreen keeping you connected while driving to the job.  Trailer reverse guidance uses cameras in the side view mirrors and delivers visual guides on the center dash screen making the hardest part of your day a walk in the park.

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