2023 Ford Super Duty: All-New Ford F250 Heavy-Duty Trucks Review

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2023 Ford Super Duty It’s amazing how quickly time flies when you’re not paying attention. On September 27, 2022, Governor Andy Beshear declared “KenTRUCKy Day” in Bluegrass State, and now, twenty-four years after the Ford F-Series Super Duty truck replaced the heralded 1992 to 1997 rig.

The Blue Oval has unveiled the next generation fifth—aka “Next Generation”—of the heavy-duty platform, at the Kentucky Trucking Plant in Louisville.

The Ford F-250 2023 pickup and the F-350, F-450, and F-600 pickups and/or chassis cab are here, and from an appearance standpoint alone, the two best words we can think of to describe them are, “burning hot.”

All-New 2023 Ford Super Duty Review

Super Duty’s aggressive new exterior styling is centered on function and aesthetics, highlighted by beltline dropdowns, a muscular hood, softer front fenders (wheels/tires are now flush with the fenders), seven different grille options, and C-clamp daytime running lights.

2023 Ford Super Duty Trucks Get Tougher Look

Updated. and LED headlights for all trim levels. Designers added functional air extractor side vents on both fenders, and on the pickup, bed access ladders on the rear bumper and on the side of the bed. (There’s also a lower tailgate step and a slick “tailgate-down” camera and reverse sensor system built into the gate.)

In addition to those highlights, the new STX, Sport, and Black appearance package for the pickup offers trim, wheels and choice of paint that further enhances his appearance.

The next-generation Ford F-Series Super Duty 2023 takes Ford’s trusted heavy-duty trucks to the next level with must-have technologies like Pro Power Onboard™ that can power a worksite or campsite, and the Ford Pro suite of software and services to help get the most out of uptime, accelerate productivity and lower cost of ownership.

New Super Duty targets the most towing, payload, torque and horsepower of any heavy-duty full-size truck, thanks to four engine options, including the new standard 6.8 liter V8 gas engine and the new high output 6.7 liter Power Stroke V8 diesel.

First US pickup with embedded 5G capability, enabling faster mapping, Wi-Fi software updates and Ford Power-Up while driving, plus new Trailer Navigation available identifies the best real-time driving route to take based on trailer size
The new Upfit Ford Pro™ Integration System makes adding and operating special work equipment, such as lights, cranes or snow plows easier than ever

Ford F-250 Refresh Tech

Of course, the exterior and interior looks are the first notable differences between the All-New Ford F-Series Super Duty 2023 and all of its predecessors from 1999 to 2022.

However, the changes are beneath that surface, especially all the updated high-tech rigs. and features that focus on cyberspace, are real qualities to be proud of.

The advantages of the new Super Duty technology are the 2.0 kilowatt Ford Pro Power Onboard power system, the Ford Pro Upfit Integration System that simplifies adding and operating accessories and equipment, such as lights or snow plows, and the big one: the Ford Pro (connectivity features to increase efficiency and improve efficiency).

Uptime for commercially deployed rigs) and embedded AT&T 5G capabilities (an industry first for a US-made truck), which enables faster mapping of Wi-Fi hotspots for as many as 10 devices.

Ford F-250 Specs

Performance specifications regarding the small block, as well as a high-output version of the 6.7-liter Power Stroke V-8 turbodiesel, were not released. However, the 6.8 liters can make tasks like climbing up steep inclines and joining the highway easier.

The high-output 6.7-liter Power Stroke features a unique turbo, upgraded exhaust manifold, and tuning meant to achieve the best horsepower and torque in the heavy-duty segment. Get ready to take a deeper look at the two new machines in the coming days.

Every 2023 Super Duty is also equipped with Ford’s ten-speed TorqShift automatic transmission, and the chassis cab has a power-takeoff connection (to run boom lifts, plows, etc.) as standard equipment.

2024 Ford F-250 Interiors

The interior novelties of the Ford F-Series Super Duty 2023 include an adjustable 12-inch digital instrument cluster (Encapsulated Command Unit), the 8.0-inch center screen now standard on the XL models, and a larger 12-inch display on the trimmed trim higher.

2023 Ford Super Duty Trucks Get Tougher Look

There are four USB power ports and a wireless charging pad, as well as a slot in the bottom center console that can hold the tablet in an upright position (for easier use when the truck is parked).

The Max-Recline front seats fold almost horizontally and lift the seat from the ground up, there’s a level floor and rear storage, and you get a 640-watt 8-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system or an optional 1,080-watt 18-speaker B&O Audio package. released if you want sound clarity at concert decibel levels.

Looking deeper to eliminate towing difficulty points, the Ford F-Series Super Duty 2023 has a number of new driver assistance features, as well as safety and security technologies designed to simplify the trailer experience and build confidence. Its features include:

Trailer Navigation that plots a route that can be safely navigated with specific trailer dimensions and weight to avoid potential problems with low bridges and narrow bends
Onboard Scale with Smart Hitch that estimates cargo weight in real-time and provides guidance on trailer tongue weight distribution directly on the center touchscreen, the FordPass app, or in the taillights.

Ford Co-Pilot 360-Degree Trailer Camera System that provides a glimpse of the trailer for easy maneuverability in tight spaces and virtually eliminates blind spots
Blind Spot Information System for trailer-mountable five-wheel towing and gooseneck to help identify when the vehicle is next to the trailer and indicate this in the side mirrors.

2024 Ford F 250 Powertrain

Ford Truck engineers say “making difficult towing easy by eliminating sore spots” was one of the main goals in the development of the 2023 F-Series Super Duty.

While it looks great and luxurious at higher trim levels, the truck is considered a tool for work, and Ford’s intent was for the new rig to earn best-in-class recognition for horsepower, torque, payload, and towing for every type of trailer.

To help achieve the award, two exciting new engines—one gas, and one turbodiesel—are now available for all trim levels. Standard is a new 6.8 liter V-8 gasser which is believed to have more torque than the outgoing 6.2 liter Super Duty powerplant.

The original 6.7-liter Power Stroke oil burner and the 7.3-liter “Godzilla” V-8 engine remain in the lineup. Ford has strong optimism that the OG gas-fired power plant will have class-leading power and torque thanks to adjustments to the air intake system and PCM calibration.

Off-Road Trim

For off-road enthusiasts, four-wheel drive is now standard equipment on the all-new Ford F-Series Super Duty 2023 pickup, starting with the XLT and all trim levels above.

The new F-250/F-350 XL Off-Road Package is also available on a single rear-wheel rig with four-wheel drive. The setup adds 33-inch all-terrain tires, elevated air dams, water axle vent tubes, skidplate, and electronic locking rear differential.

The tremor model, as shown here, features a front-end lift and uniquely tuned suspension, Dana front axle with limited-slip differential and axle ventilation tubes, 35-inch Goodyear all-terrain tires with unique 18-inch wheels, Trail Control, mode selectable rides including Rock-Crawl, and—new for 2023—Trail Turn Assist. FX4, the off-road package for every day, remains unchanged.

2023 Ford Super Duty Trucks Get Tougher Look

New Ford F-250 Features

  • The Tailgate-Down Camera and Tailgate-Down Reverse Sensing System are the industry’s first to include a new camera and reverse sensor at the top of the tailgate that provides visual and audible alerts when the tailgate is descending to make it easier to back up to the dock or attach a gooseneck or fifth-wheel trailer. from the previous.
  • Pro Trailer Hitch Assist automatically reverses the truck and aligns a conventional hitch ball to the trailer receiver.
  • Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go and Lane Centering automatically brakes and accelerates to a preset speed and helps the truck stay on track.
  • Trailer-Theft Alert sends an alert via the FordPass app if anyone tries to release the trailer while the truck is locked.
  • Vehicle Safety, available with a Ford Pro Telematics subscription, uses sensors to monitor impact and towing events and send alerts even when the vehicle is off.
  • Fleet Start Inhibit allows Ford Pro customers to schedule a timeframe for when the vehicle can be started, to increase confidence around fleet operations.
  • The Forward/Reverse Sensing System assists the driver by pointing out objects directly in front of the vehicle and alerting when objects are near the front or rear of the vehicle.
  • Front and Rear Brake Assist helps prevent low-speed collisions with objects that may be difficult to see.
  • The colorful head-up display helps keep the driver’s eye on the road by showing information right in the driver’s line of sight that changes with the driving mode.

Ford F-250 Update

Workhorse F-150 pickup gets a full redesign for the 2021 model year, but its Clydesdale brethren will have to wait two full model years for their update. It will come at the end of the month.

Ford today introduced a new generation of Super Duty pickups – the F-250, F-350, and F-450 heavy carriers that make up the bulk of America’s towing and hauling fleet. The automaker posted a short 11-second video to Twitter telling us… well… almost nothing about the long-awaited update.

New headlight treatment, with bracket-shaped, LED running lights that now seem ubiquitous on Ford trucks surrounding the much older, square high and low beam.

Ford Authority, an enthusiast site not affiliated with Ford, has reported that the new Super Duty will get an all-new 6.8-liter V8 engine and a comfortable bed built into the bodywork in front of the rear wheels. The site also says Ford will not offer a hybrid option.

The arrival of the all-electric Ford F-150 Lightning is arguably the biggest truck news of the year, but there’s no word on when Ford will offer the electric Super Duty. Tests have shown that towing tends to cut the reach of electric trucks by as much as half.

Many gas-powered trucks also see their mileage significantly reduced with a tow, but refueling a gas-powered truck is a much quicker affair than refueling an electric truck. Engineers may need to solve that problem before heavy-duty electric trucks become practical for many users.

We expect the 2023 Ford Super Duty to start at around $40,000, but prices could go up close to the full six figures
The next generation of Super Duty will appear in full on September 27

2023 Ford Super Duty: All-New Ford F250 Heavy-Duty Trucks Review

Ford Super Duty Reveal 2023 Coming September 27: Here’s What We Know So Far!

  • The debut of the new Ford Super Duty is coming on September 27th.
  • Ford teased an 11-second clip revealing the new truck headlight design but there’s little official information at this point.
  • We expect a technological leap forward for the new Super Duty lineup in line with the 2021+
  • Ford F-150, including a revamped interior, larger infotainment screen options, and the company’s latest Sync 4 system.
  • Rumor has it a new powertrain option is also coming: There could be a 6.8-liter gas V-8 engine to replace the aging 6.2-liter motor but nothing has been confirmed yet.

If the reveal of the new Mustang doesn’t pique your taste buds Ford is planning to reveal a new Super Duty next week.

Now that we’ve got all of the Detroit Auto Show’s big reveal – namely Ford’s seventh-generation Mustang pony car – it’s time to move on towards the next big debut. The revamped Super Duty lineup will claim a bigger physical footprint of course and now Blue Oval is sharing exactly when we’ll have more information. To all of you in the TFLtruck community be sure to mark your calendars for September 27th.

At the time of writing (September 20) we don’t have a specific reveal time to share yet though when Ford offers those extra details on its social channels we’ll make sure to come back and update you all here at TFLtruck.com.

What do we know so far and what has Ford shown?

Ford recently teased a short clip of the upcoming Super Duty with some (sort of) informative images. First, we take a look at the new headlight and daytime running lamp designs.

We’re not moving away from a quad-light design with what looks like a turn signal placed between the two headlights on each side. Including this C-shaped DRL is a design that is definitely familiar to smaller Ford trucks although it seems the company wants to maintain the no-nonsense boxy look the heavy-duty truck is famous for by not extending the DRLs to the bumpers or further inside. grille.

That said it seems the headlight assembly is more tightly integrated into the grille design and overall hints at some added flair over the previous generation.

Beyond that quick shot, we also see quick flashes of lower valence and truck tires as well as “Super Duty” embossed into the hood of the truck. Nothing very informative so we’ll have to wait a week to see the whole new truck.

Like the new F-150, it’s almost certain the 2023 Ford Super Duty lineup will have to combine a new infotainment screen layout perhaps with a few size options. Sync 4 should be in the menu as well as over-the-air updates at least for certain software features.

Based on previous spy shots we also have fairly strong authority that the heavier F-450s will also return. We’ve seen several prototypes of dual 10-lug wheels showing the surviving F-450-and-up model.

Is this what I hear about the new engine?

Besides the potential powertrain style on offer, it tends to be more appealing to most people out there. For that reason rumors circulated about a new petrol engine to replace the aging 6.2-liter “Boss” V-8.

In particular, the 6.8-liter gasser may appear in the Ford Super Duty 2023 lineup adding another option to the 7.3 liters “Godzilla”. As to what exactly that would look like is hard to say at this point. The old 6.2 puts out 385 horsepower and 430 lb-ft of torque. The Godzilla, for its part manages 430 horsepower and 475 lb-ft of torque in its standard tone. There’s no big delta between the two so Ford may be focusing on fuel economy rather than nagging. Ford could split the difference as well and peg a potential 6.8 at somewhere around 400 horsepower and 450(ish) lb-ft. Again we have to wait and see if this engine starts let alone the output.

Stay tuned to find out more on September 27. After the disclosure, the order book will be opened in the coming weeks.

2023 Ford Super Duty Debut

The 2023 Ford Super Duty has been spotted by Ford Authority (FA) spies in several configurations several times over the past few months, giving us a preview of what to expect from the updated model at debut.

2023 Ford Super Duty

As (FA) reported last month, the Ford Super Duty 2023 order bank is slated to open on October 17, 2022, with production following a few months later. Now, Ford CEO Jim Farley himself has revealed a rough timeline of when we can expect to see Super Duty 2023 in person.

“Also, this fall, we’ll be introducing the all-new, hard-working Super Duty pickup at Ford, and it’s setting the bar in our industry. There’s a lot more to come,” Farley said while speaking on the automaker’s Q2 earnings call.

More recently, (FA) spies have seen the Ford Super Duty F-450 2023 in double, the tough, off-road-focused Tremor for the first time, and the regular cabin model F-350 XL, giving us a bird’s-eye view. various configurations available.

While all have sported a fair amount of camo, we can clearly see that the updated pickup will feature a new front-end design with revised C-clamp headlights and grille, integrated bed steps, and restyled taillights at the rear.

The interior of the 2023 Super Duty has also been spotted on several occasions, starting with a peek at the plain XL cabin and an assembly line video showing off the Ford F-150-inspired maintenance.

Recently, (FA) spies gave us a first look at the truck’s single binnacle design, which is a huge departure from the existing model’s dual binnacle layout. As for powertrains, the 2023 Super Duty won’t get a hybrid option, as (FA) recently reported.

The 2023 Ford Super Duty is expected to greatly revamp The Blue Oval’s larger line of pickups with some new technology, like Sync 4, and a few other improvements as well.

As Ford Authority previously reported, the interior will likely receive more than just a new center touchscreen, as spy shots reveal that the automaker is covering the entire dashboard, a sign that the entire area will be significantly off the mark from the current model.

Elsewhere, other changes will also occur, as a source familiar with the matter recently explained to Ford Authority that an integrated bed step will be joining the lineup for the first time.

Before this reveal, it wasn’t clear if the 2023 Ford Super Duty would soon be riding in front of the rear wheels, as the automaker cleverly hid the feature with thick camouflage covers on at least one prototype seen earlier.

In any case, the step bed will enter the lineup, although its exact place in the current model range is unknown.

Sources also explained that the bed steps will be very similar to the General Motors design, which the automaker introduced on the 2020 Chevy Silverado HD and 2020 GMC Sierra HD.

The GM pickup also has an integrated ladder in the rear bumper, a feature The Blue Oval copied via the Bed. The step is named after an optional accessory that offers similar functionality.

At the moment, not much is known about the Ford Super Duty 2023, but a recent spy shot revealed that the lineup will boast revised taillights and an updated front end that blends styling from the Ford Maverick 2022, next-generation Ford Ranger 2022, and the next generation Ford Ranger 2022. 2021 Ford F-150.

As Ford Authority previously reported, the Super Duty lineup is responsible for a quarter of the company’s profits, making the pickup range critical to the automaker’s profits.

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2023 Ford Super Duty Refresh

Earlier this week, the Instagram account @Alumidity showed off some leaked factory photos and spy videos of the 2023 Ford Super Duty pickup truck. We already knew a redesign was coming, but these photos confirm that this truck will be a 2023 model, and we will likely see the reveal soon.

In terms of what else we know about these next-generation heavy-duty trucks, at this point, it’s a guessing game. But here’s what we think we know. Shots revealed on insta accounts are heavily disguised – except for the grid. So we can take a good look at the new, simpler-looking stretch.

However, with the lack of chrome, we can probably assume that the grille we’re seeing here is on a slimmer truck. Bigger takeaway: New headlight design, which mirrors the recently redesigned F-150 headlight design.

You see the LED C-Clamp daytime running lights on the outer edge with (presumably) LED headlights inside the black grille loop. While we don’t get to see much of the body and rear windows, it looks like the taillights are also an evolution of the current F-150’s taillights.

And if the F-150’s tailgate is anything to go by, we’ll see a bolder Super Duty embossed between the lights.

The 2023 F250 Ford Super Duty lineup has a major update that blurs the line between refresh and a new generation. While the foundation is reportedly the same, many other aspects of the rugged truck lineup are changing.

This spy shot captured the Lariat trim in the least amount of camouflage so far in the vehicle’s development.

This Super Duty has a fully open grille. The design features stacked headlights on each side with spaces separating them. A bracket-shaped walking light surrounds its outer edge. The lower fascia includes prominent fog lamps.

Another spy shot shows a different design for the center of the grille. The previous one had the mesh section in there. This is usually how Ford differentiates its truck trim levels.

The hood looks mostly flat, but the camouflage might hide some of the accents. At the tip of the nose, it curves down to meet the grille.

The body color mirror cap and running board are indications that this is a Lariat trim. The truck rides on wheels with a bold design that includes a raised section along the outside of the rim.

The taillight design is similar to the current look but with a few adjustments. The white reverse light is still on the inside but is now longer and narrower. The brake lights are still on the top and bottom corners.

The Super Duty cabin is rumored to adopt some of the technology from the latest F-150, such as a large touchscreen infotainment screen.

We don’t expect the engine range to change much, meaning buyers will be able to opt for a 6.2-liter V8, 7.3-liter V8, and a 6.7-liter V8 turbodiesel. They may have increased horsepower or torque.

There have also been rumors of a hybrid option, but Ford says a fully electric Super Duty isn’t happening anytime soon.

2023 F250 Redesign

2023 F350 Changes This time we’re going to take a preview of the Heavy-duty trucks more powerful and capable than ever, and the Ford Super Duty 2023 currently holds the torque and crane crown.

2023 Ford Super Duty

Its Power Stroke diesel engine can produce 1,050 lb-ft of torque, and the strongest model can pull 37,000 pounds.

Those two stats are slightly better than the Ram HD version and the heavy-duty version of the Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra.

While best-in-class accolades are good for advertising and bragging rights, the 2023 Super Duty works best to be a multipurpose truck that can be configured as a stripped workstation or a fancy crane and everything in between.

Along with the diesel engine options, there’s the standard 6.2-liter V-8 petrol producing 430 lb-ft of torque or the optional 7.3-liter gas V-8 producing 475 lb-ft.

All of that capability, plus a myriad of modern technology and an apartment-sized crew cabin, makes it easy to see past the cheap passages and clumsy road habits.

Next-Gen Super Duty will likely have some upgrades for the 2023 model year. All models are now available in Antimatter Blue, Carbonized Gray, and Lithium Gray.

On the base model with dual rear axle axles, the XL Power Equipment package adds a trailer-crane rearview mirror with heated glass and a fold-and-telescope that can be adjusted manually.

All 2023 Super Duty models can now be equipped with a step bed as well.

The Ford Super Duty lineup received a refresh for the 2020 model year, followed by various changes for the 2022 model year as well, although the popular pickup will receive a more comprehensive redesign in 2023.

Over the past few months, Ford Authority spies have looked at several Ford Super Duty 2023 prototypes being tested, including the Chassis Cab F-350, the SuperCab with a standard-size bed, the Platinum-trimmed pickup, the dual Crew Cab, the XL model that gives Our first look at the truck’s redesigned new interior, and a prototype of the regular 2023 Ford F-450 cabin.

Now, Ford Authority spies have seen the same regular cabin prototype of the Ford F-450 2023 once again, giving us a better look at the camouflaged pickup.

As was the case before, this prototype sported a bold camo, making it difficult to discern the more subtle styling changes.

However, this regular cabin double with an 8-foot bed retains the basic overall shape of the current generation Super Duty, making it instantly recognizable, even under the camo lining.

The front end, in particular, is completely covered, with the grille and headlights barely visible, meaning that the front fascia will most likely be revised.

On the sides, it’s clear that the Super Duty 2023 prototype has wide fenders that flare out both front and rear, while the familiar Ford F-Series styling line is still present at the top of the doors.

Moving to the back of the truck, we see more of the same heavy camo covering the rear doors and taillights that sit up front, hiding potential changes there too.

On the inside, the 2023 Super Duty will feature a very similar design to the redesigned 2021 Ford F-150. That means a new steering wheel, gauge cluster, and possibly a larger infotainment screen, as well as the addition of SYNC 4.

It’s also possible that the 2023 Super Duty will introduce Ford’s BlueCruise highway self-driving feature to the model, as spotted by Ford Authority spies. a pair of Super Duty trucks driving around using AV (autonomous vehicle) hardware, which is used for hands-free driving technology, in June.

Meanwhile, the 2022 Super Duty brings several changes for the new model year, including the addition of the option of removing the spray Bedliner, while King Ranch and Platinum trims are now standard with four-wheel drive, and Ford is removing the underhood. service lights of all models.

The 2022 Super Duty XLT is no longer available with the Off-Road Tremor Package, while the tailgate removal operation has been changed following the recall.

2023 Ford Super Duty Report

In the discussion in recent months, we saw that the Ford Super Duty will receive a redesign for 2023. This refresh is expected to give a new feel. Included in the choice of interior and exterior colors are also hoped for in this vehicle.

The new appearance will also be revised for the better and this time the Ford Super Duty has entered its prototype testing period.

As with the previous product 2023, Ford F-350 Chassis Cab Uses a camo cover so that we can’t see the original shape the concealment of potential exterior styling updates is still a mystery, for the basic shape of the current generation super duper remains intact including such as the style accents of the Ford F line -The long-known Series located at the top of the door.

This particular one appears to be a regular cabin model although we saw another cabin configuration that will be available along with this chassis cab. Which is a basic XL trim truck type equipped with incandescent headlights.

While the design of the front end and the cabin is mostly covered by a heavy camo flatbed. Not visible on the back of this cabin truck even though the fare is standard.

On the other hand, we see the Prototype 2023 Ford F-350 this car uses black wheels like the last 2023 Super Duty Platinum.

We expected more for the design of this vehicle we hope the revised exterior styling and technological features make this car even better in the future.

We also hope that 2023 Super Duty will also introduce a self-driving feature to make it easier for users to run on autopilot on highways but in the end, we will see developments in the future.

The Prototype 2023 Ford Super Duty will be double-selected for the first time in October then followed by the Super Cab in double and fit standard beds a few days later approaching the end of the same month.

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2023 Super Duty Pickup Truck

The Ford Super Duty pickup truck, the main rival to the Chevy Silverado HD and GMC Sierra HD, will introduce a full model overhaul for the 2023 model year.

Now, GM Authorities have learned from sources close to the matter that the 2023 Ford Super Duty will also embark on a side-by-side move. integrated sleep in conjunction with an upcoming model overhaul.

According to a GM Authority source, the Ford Super Duty 2023 will introduce an integrated step into the bedside, right in front of the rear wheels.

The design will essentially emulate the GM BedStep feature offered for the Chevy Silverado HD and GMC Sierra HD, offering easier access to the bed from the side of the truck.

For GM vehicles, the stride includes textured bearings for better grip, while the design allows for easy access even when towing a fifth-wheel trailer.

GM Authority’s sister publication Ford Authority recently published a series of spy photos showing the testing of the Ford Super Duty 2023 in some swirling black-and-white camos, hiding the upcoming integrated bedside step under some body cladding. extra.

While feature images on the revamped Ford Super Duty are still available, the GM BedStep on the Chevy Silverado HD and GMC Sierra HD gives a good preview of how the feature looks and how it works.

Please note, that the GM BedStep is not the same as the GM CornerStep mounted on the bumper.

In addition to these new bedside steps, the revamped Ford Super Duty 2023 will also introduce a revised front fascia design with reshaped LED headlights, a revised rear end, and an updated interior with modern infotainment features, as well as several mechanical upgrades.

Meanwhile, GM’s heavy-duty pickups, the Chevy Silverado HD and GMC Sierra HD will get a full model refresh for the 2024 model year, introducing, among other things, a new exterior styling, a completely overhauled interior design, and some mechanical changes.

2023 Ford Super Duty Interior

As we saw with the gas F-150 and F-150 Lightning, Ford seems to be digitizing things and making the screen BIG.

While Ford lacks consistency when it comes to screen sizes, we think the newest display in the F-150 Lightning will be the most likely scenario with a smaller (but still large) landscape screen for the base trim, with an oversized portrait screen available or standard at the moment. You level up.

We’re also likely to see digital clusters on the upper trim, with standard analog gauges on the XL and XLT trims.

Ford will also ensure the new Sync 4, wireless Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, and cloud-based connectivity is included at all levels.

2023 F250 Super Duty Exterior

We will discuss the exterior first with various cabin configurations and cargo beds, 2023 Super Duty has various towing capacities and maximum payloads.

Each version offers generous ratings in both categories, but Ford fans who want the most impressive numbers will appreciate that the strongest Super Duty can carry a payload of 7850 pounds, tow up to 24,200 pounds on a conventional trailer hitch, and carry a massive 37,000 pounds on its fifth wheel and gooseneck hitch.

On the interior of the 2023 F250, functions live in harmony within the 2023 Superduty, with a sharp dashboard design and practical layout. Even the stripped-down Super Duty interior is an ergonomic environment with direct controls and materials meant to get messy.

The process starts with the Lariat-level trim which introduces leather upholstery seats and high-end options like ambient lighting, heated and cooled front seats, and wireless charging.

Get ready for a premium King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited to unlock features that other competitors don’t have (such as massage chairs) and feel like royalty. Still, some chintzy items make even the coolest model interior.

Buyers have two choices of bed sizes (6.75 ft or 8 ft box), but a regular cabin can only be equipped with a long box.

Many of the 2023 Superduty multi-purpose cubes and trays are highlighted by the large center console holder on models with bucket seats. The crew cabin takes storage a step further with a lockable box under the rear seat.

2022 F350 Lariat

Meanwhile, 2022 Super Duty buyers will enjoy several upgrades, including an all-new 12-inch landscape-oriented center touchscreen, similar to that found on the 2021 Ford F-150, which comes standard with SYNC 4 on the Lariat and above.

A 4.2-inch center screen remains standard on XL series trucks with SYNC 3 available as an option, while an 8-inch center touchscreen and SYNC 3 are standards on the XLT trimmed 2022 Ford Super Duty pickup.

For 2022, Super Duty is adding a new Lariat Sport Appearance Package that includes body-colored bumpers, exterior mirrors, and grille, as well as chrome exhaust tips and black platform running boards.

2023 F250 Changes

For the 2023 F250 Changes, the Super Duty lineup receives newly available infotainment features, fresh exterior and interior color options, and a new appearance package.

2023 Ford Super Duty

The 12.0-inch touchscreen with Ford’s Sync 4 software and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is now available in heavy-duty pickups. And we expect more changes for the 2023 F250.

2023 Ford Super Duty Spied

While the leather-covered SuperCrew models and luxurious Platinum trim are the money-makers of the F-Series, there is no doubt that many of these trucks are being forced to work by companies across the country.

This explains the presence in camouflage tests of the flat-deck equipped Super Duty, which was caught hiking the streets of Michigan.

Such an engine is also a good testing ground for potential powertrain tweaks, as this workhorse is powered by the same factory that is found on country club cruisers. Our spies on the ground saw this mule with a face like the Shroud of Turin, covered with a layer of white cloth.

This confirms that the Super Duty will get a new front apron for 2023, which will likely grow all sorts of LED headlights and domed grille as you move up the trim level. This Basic XL has a light bulb typical of a work vehicle.

Another advantage of testing with a flat deck? The complete lack of the box lets nobody guess what the team has in store in terms of tailgate design and taillights.

The universal square light tells us nothing in these photos, although the cover cut for the gooseneck pendant is famous.

Whether the horizontally placed 4/7-pin trailer sockets signal a change of orientation for 2023 or are only temporarily strapped there for test purposes cannot be said due to the lack of a factory rear bumper.

If not the latter, the Super Duty rear bumper would look different in ’23. Such a change is impossible, but not impossible.

Leaf springs showed up on this test truck where we expected and there doesn’t seem to be any change in the CHMSL area.

While these photos don’t show cabin details, Super Duty is likely the recipient of interior design tweaks that follow the theme of the recently refurbished F-150.

Today’s super-duty pickup trucks are optionally powered by gasoline or diesel engines. Forget the basic V8 (and you should), the staggering 430 horsepower, and 475 lb-ft of torque of the ‘Godzilla’ 7.3L V8 all sound like a NASCAR heater.

Turbodiesel enthusiasts will enjoy a good 6.7-liter PowerStroke V8 that holds 475 horses and an astonishing 1,050 lb-ft of rpm.

It’s worth noting that all Super Duty Diesel trucks hit this number, unlike certain urban rivals that force an optional upgrade for customers looking to unleash four-digit torque.

Ford engineers refer to the 1,050 lb-ft measure as “kilotorque,” a term so filled with testosterone it doesn’t have to pass an Olympic drug test.

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2023 Ford Super Duty Platinum Prototype

Discussing the 2023 Ford Super Duty Platinum Prototype Which has entered testing for the first time in the last weeks since we’ve seen a lot of that pop up including the SuperCab and Crew Cab in doubles.

2023 Super Duty Platinum Has all the special features including chrome mirror caps and a chrome strip along the bottom of the window (DLO trim).

Open it, of course, with the addition of black alloy wheels, which we saw last year with the Off-Road Tremor package.

Of course, this is still clearly a type of prototype that is likely to be a temporary wheel as test material and is not shown for a production model where the user is a set of all with a similar design.

With a design that is still being revised which is the basis for the redesign of the Super Duty model year 2023, there are so many covers using camo that it is still unclear how the original looks.

What’s more, the exhaust tip configuration shows the PowerStroke V8 6.6L turbo-diesel engine used in the 2023 Ford Super Duty Platinum.

Likewise, we also expect changes in the exterior and interior styling which are equipped with advanced technology features that are increasingly being thoroughly revised, especially also with the addition of the self-driving feature which is potentially important where this vehicle can make it easier for the driver to drive around using AV (autonomous vehicles).

2022 Ford F350 Exterior Colors

2023 F350 Redesign The Black Appearance Package is now available for the XLT model and includes premium 20-inch Ebony Black-painted alloy wheels, body-colored front, and rear bumpers, grille bars, six-inch Ebony Black running boards, and Oval Blue-black front and rear.

Atlas Blue joins the exterior color palette, while the Baja, Navy Pier, and Light Slade interior themes/colors are also available.

As Ford Authority previously reported, the 2022 Super Duty will lose its under-hood service light, while the Off-Road Tremor Pack will no longer be available on XLT-trimmed trucks.

Recently, Ford Authority spies spotted a pair of Super Duty trucks driving around sporting AV (autonomous vehicle) hardware, which is used for hands-free driving technology, which could indicate that Ford is planning to introduce its new BlueCruise feature soon as well.

We’ll have more on the upcoming Super Duty redesign soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford F-Series News, Ford Super Duty news, and 24/7 Ford news coverage.

2023 Ford Super Duty Powertrain

One thing seems pretty certain in the powertrain arena: The 2023 Ford F250 Super Duty will stick with diesel. This news was revealed by Automotive News in 2021 ago. But beyond that, we assume there will be at least one well-powered V-8.

However, the big question is whether Ford will add a PowerBoost hybrid option.

With more and more automakers moving toward electrification (including Ford), we see this as a viable option, especially given the workplace implications with Pro Power Onboard.

2023 Ford F250: 2023 Ford Super Duty Engine

The 2023 Ford F250 and 2023 F350 come standard with 6.2-liter V-8 petrol that makes 385 horsepower and 430 lb-ft of torque.

2023 Ford Super Duty

While the six-speed automatic is the base transmission, most Super D Duties have a 10-speed automatic gearbox.

All powertrains are paired with rear or four-wheel drive, and all models can be equipped with more powerful engine options.

These include the gas-powered 7.3-liter V-8 developing 430 horsepower and 475 lb-ft as well as the mighty 6.7-liter V-8 Power Stroke diesel that calls out 475 horses and an astonishing – and class-leading – 1,050 lb-ft of torque.

Super Duty also offers an off-road package – Called Tremor – which adds a slimmer lift and tire kit along with other road-ready upgrades. This heavy-duty Ford performs as expected of a big rig built to pull up to 19 tonnes.

When unloaded, the ride is stiff and rocky, but that sensation is lost when the bed is filled or the trailer is installed.

The fanciest trim does a better job of absorbing wind and road noise on the road, but all models – even those with optional adaptive steering that Ford says is “more connected and attractive” – have a feeling of on-road weight exacerbated by a feedback helmet that broke.

However, the trucks we drive benefit from solid, responsive brake pedals, and steering is manageable at low speeds and in tight spaces where maneuvering the longest models can be difficult.

2023 F250 Release Date: 2023 Ford Super Duty Production Schedule

2023 F350 Release Date talking about the price and release schedule, we don’t know exactly when and at what price we will be offering for this latest generation Ford F250 2023 but if we look at its predecessors because this type of truck has various capabilities and configurations, our truck of choice will prioritize practicality and price.

2023 Ford F250 Release Date – 2023 Super Duty Release Date

2023 Ford F350 Release Date We’ll be updating more information on the 2023 Super Duty soon, so make sure to bookmark the Ford Trend website and subscribe for more interesting information regarding the latest Ford F-Series.


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2023 Ford Super Duty This time we’re going to take a preview of the Heavy-duty trucks more powerful and capable than ever, and the Ford Super Duty 2023 currently holds the torque and crane crown.

Its Power Stroke diesel engine can produce 1,050 lb-ft of torque, and the strongest model can pull 37,000 pounds. Those two stats are slightly better than the Ram HD version and the heavy-duty version of the Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra.

While best-in-class accolades are good for advertising and bragging rights, the 2023 Super Duty works best to be a multipurpose truck that can be configured as a stripped workstation or a fancy crane and everything in between.

Along with the diesel engine options, there’s the standard 6.2-liter V-8 petrol producing 430 lb-ft of torque or the optional 7.3-liter gas V-8 producing 475 lb-ft.

All of that capability, plus a myriad of modern technology and an apartment-sized crew cabin, makes it easy to see past the cheap passages and clumsy road habits.

Next-Gen Super Duty will likely have some upgrades for the 2023 model year. All models are now available in Antimatter Blue, Carbonized Gray, and Lithium Gray.

On the base model with dual rear axle axles, the XL Power Equipment package adds a trailer-crane rearview mirror with heated glass and a fold-and-telescope that can be adjusted manually. All 2023 Super Duty models can now be equipped with a step bed as well.

2023 Ford Super Duty Review

The Ford Super Duty lineup received a refresh for the 2020 model year, followed by various changes for the 2022 model year as well, although the popular pickup will receive a more comprehensive redesign in 2023.

2023 Ford Super Duty Review

Over the past few months, Ford Authority spies have looked at several Ford Super Duty 2023 prototypes being tested, including the Chassis Cab F-350, the SuperCab with a standard-size bed, the Platinum-trimmed pickup, the dual Crew Cab, the XL model that gives Our first look at the truck’s redesigned new interior, and a prototype of the regular 2023 Ford F-450 cabin.

Now, Ford Authority spies have seen the same regular cabin prototype of the Ford F-450 2023 once again, giving us a better look at the camouflaged pickup.

As was the case before, this prototype sported a bold camo, making it difficult to discern the more subtle styling changes. However, this regular cabin double with an 8-foot bed retains the basic overall shape of the current generation Super Duty, making it instantly recognizable, even under the camo lining.

The front end, in particular, is completely covered, with the grille and headlights barely visible, meaning that the front fascia will most likely be revised.

On the sides, it’s clear that the Super Duty 2023 prototype has wide fenders that flare out both front and rear, while the familiar Ford F-Series styling line is still present at the top of the doors. Moving to the back of the truck, we see more of the same heavy camo covering the rear doors and taillights that sit up front, hiding potential changes there too.

On the inside, the 2023 Super Duty will feature a very similar design to the redesigned 2021 Ford F-150. That means a new steering wheel, gauge cluster, and possibly a larger infotainment screen, as well as the addition of SYNC 4.

It’s also possible that the 2023 Super Duty will introduce Ford’s BlueCruise highway self-driving feature to the model, as spotted by Ford Authority spies. a pair of Super Duty trucks driving around using AV (autonomous vehicle) hardware, which is used for hands-free driving technology, in June.

Meanwhile, the 2022 Super Duty brings several changes for the new model year, including the addition of the option of removing the spray Bedliner, while King Ranch and Platinum trims are now standard with four-wheel drive, and Ford is removing the underhood. service lights of all models.

The 2022 Super Duty XLT is no longer available with the Off-Road Tremor Package, while the tailgate removal operation has been changed following the recall.

2023 Ford Super Duty Specs and Report

In the discussion in recent months, we saw that the Ford Super Duty will receive a redesign for 2023. This refresh is expected to give a new feel. Included in the choice of interior and exterior colors are also hoped for in this vehicle.

The new appearance will also be revised for the better and this time the Ford Super Duty has entered its prototype testing period.

As with the previous product 2023, Ford F-350 Chassis Cab Uses a camo cover So that we can’t see the original shape the concealment of potential exterior styling updates is still a mystery, for the basic shape of the current generation super duper remains intact including such as the style accents of the Ford F line -The long-known Series located at the top of the door.

This particular one appears to be a regular cabin model although we saw another cabin configuration that will be available along with this chassis cab. Which is a basic XL trim truck type equipped with incandescent headlights.

While the design of the front end and the cabin is mostly covered by a heavy camo flatbed. Not visible on the back of this cabin truck even though the fare is standard.

On the other hand, we see the Prototype 2023 Ford F-350 this car uses black wheels like the last 2023 Super Duty Platinum.

We expected more for the design of this vehicle we hope the revised exterior styling and technological features make this car even better in the future.

We also hope that 2023 Super Duty will also introduce a self-driving feature to make it easier for users to run on autopilot on highways but in the end, we will see developments in the future.

The Prototype 2023 Ford Super Duty will be double-selected for the first time in October then followed by the Super Cab in double and fit standard beds a few days later approaching the end of the same month.

2023 Ford Super Duty Platinum Prototype

Discussing the 2023 Ford Super Duty Platinum Prototype Which has entered testing for the first time in the last weeks since we’ve seen a lot of that pop up including the SuperCab and Crew Cab in doubles.

2023 F250

2023 Super Duty Platinum Has all the special features including chrome mirror caps and a chrome strip along the bottom of the window (DLO trim). Open it, of course, with the addition of black alloy wheels, which we saw last year with the Off-Road Tremor package.

Of course, this is still clearly a type of prototype that is likely to be a temporary wheel as test material and is not shown for a production model where the user is a set of all with a similar design.

With a design that is still being revised which is the basis for the redesign of the Super Duty model year 2023, there are so many covers using camo that it is still unclear how the original looks. what’s more, the exhaust tip configuration shows the PowerStroke V8 6.6L turbo-diesel engine used in the 2023 Ford Super Duty Platinum.

Likewise, we also expect changes in the exterior and interior styling which are equipped with advanced technology features that are increasingly being thoroughly revised, especially also with the addition of the self-driving feature which is potentially important where this vehicle can make it easier for the driver to drive around using AV (autonomous vehicles).

2023 Ford Super Duty Spied

While the leather-covered SuperCrew models and luxurious Platinum trim are the money-makers of the F-Series, there is no doubt that many of these trucks are being forced to work by companies across the country.

This explains the presence in camouflage tests of the flat-deck equipped Super Duty, which was caught hiking the streets of Michigan.

Such an engine is also a good testing ground for potential powertrain tweaks, as this workhorse is powered by the same factory that is found on country club cruisers. Our spies on the ground saw this mule with a face like the Shroud of Turin, covered with a layer of white cloth.

This confirms that the Super Duty will get a new front apron for 2023, which will likely grow all sorts of LED headlights and domed grille as you move up the trim level. This Basic XL has a light bulb typical of a work vehicle.

Another advantage of testing with a flat deck? The complete lack of the box lets nobody guess what the team has in store in terms of tailgate design and taillights. The universal square light tells us nothing in these photos, although the cover cut for the gooseneck pendant is famous.

Whether the horizontally placed 4/7-pin trailer sockets signal a change of orientation for 2023 or are only temporarily strapped there for test purposes cannot be said due to the lack of a factory rear bumper.

If not the latter, the Super Duty rear bumper would look different in ’23. Such a change is impossible, but not impossible.

Leaf springs showed up on this test truck where we expected and there doesn’t seem to be any change in the CHMSL area. While these photos don’t show cabin details, Super Duty is likely the recipient of interior design tweaks that follow the theme of the recently refurbished F-150.

Today’s super-duty pickup trucks are optionally powered by gasoline or diesel engines. Forget the basic V8 (and you should), the staggering 430 horsepower, and 475 lb-ft of torque of the ‘Godzilla’ 7.3L V8 all sound like a NASCAR heater.

Turbodiesel enthusiasts will enjoy a good 6.7-liter PowerStroke V8 that holds 475 horses and an astonishing 1,050 lb-ft of rpm.

It’s worth noting that all Super Duty Diesel trucks hit this number, unlike certain urban rivals that force an optional upgrade for customers looking to unleash four-digit torque.

Ford engineers refer to the 1,050 lb-ft measure as “kilotorque,” a term so filled with testosterone it doesn’t have to pass an Olympic drug test.

2023 F250: 2023 Ford Super Duty Redesign

As far as we know, however, there is no official information from Ford, for the next generation of the F-Series. Ford Motor Company took the most sensible approach to redesign the exterior. A little clamp and tuck in here some chrome trim in there, new wheels, you know the drill.

According to automotive redesign expert Marouane Bembli, the front end is where the F-150 needs attention the most. He wasn’t referring to the countless grille options, but the headlights.

Providing a 90-degree view of the LED headlights and a few adjustments to the front bumper and fenders, The Sketch Monkey then went on to transform the luxury wheels from the Limited trim level to aftermarket units and chunky rubber boots.

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A lift kit has also been added although virtually to give the F-150 a distinct sense of visual identity from the stock specifications.

Despite the significant differences, the revamped LED signature brings the new truck closer to the F-Series Super Duty big rig lineup. The pixel work also has us wondering what Ford is in store for a mid-cycle makeover.

As a preliminary overview of the 2023 Ford Super Duty Redesign, in this case, we will continue to monitor the movement of this Next-Gen super duty.

2023 Ford F250 Redesign

2023 Super Duty Redesign The Ford Super Duty lineup received a refresh for the 2020 model year consisting of revised styling, new technology, and the addition of the Ford 7.3L V8 2022 Ford F350 Godzilla, among other changes.

The 2023 F250 Redesign lineup also received several upgrades, including new interior and exterior color options, enhanced technology features, and the addition of several new and revised appearance packages.

However, change is inevitable in the automotive world, and according to Automotive News, Super Duty will undergo a more comprehensive redesign in 2023.

AN didn’t provide much additional information about what this redesign would look like but noted that the Super Duty will still be offered with a diesel engine, which isn’t surprising, even though the F-150 recently dropped Ford’s 3.0L Power Stroke as an option.

Given how competitive this space is, we imagine that Ford will once again revise the output of its main offering, however, to stay ahead of the competition in terms of horsepower and torque.

2022 F350 Lariat

Meanwhile, 2022 Super Duty buyers will enjoy several upgrades, including an all-new 12-inch landscape-oriented center touchscreen, similar to that found on the 2021 Ford F-150, which comes standard with SYNC 4 on the Lariat and above.

A 4.2-inch center screen remains standard on XL series trucks with SYNC 3 available as an option, while an 8-inch center touchscreen and SYNC 3 are standards on the XLT trimmed 2022 Ford Super Duty pickup.

For 2022, Super Duty is adding a new Lariat Sport Appearance Package that includes body-colored bumpers, exterior mirrors, and grille, as well as chrome exhaust tips and black platform running boards.

2022 Ford F350 Exterior Colors

2023 F350 Redesign The Black Appearance Package is now available for the XLT model and includes premium 20-inch Ebony Black-painted alloy wheels, body-colored front, and rear bumpers, grille bars, six-inch Ebony Black running boards, and Oval Blue-black front and rear. Atlas Blue joins the exterior color palette, while the Baja, Navy Pier, and Light Slade interior themes/colors are also available.

As Ford Authority previously reported, the 2022 Super Duty will lose its under-hood service light, while the Off-Road Tremor Pack will no longer be available on XLT-trimmed trucks.

Recently, Ford Authority spies spotted a pair of Super Duty trucks driving around sporting AV (autonomous vehicle) hardware, which is used for hands-free driving technology, which could indicate that Ford is planning to introduce its new BlueCruise feature soon as well.

We’ll have more on the upcoming Super Duty redesign soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford F-Series News, Ford Super Duty news, and 24/7 Ford news coverage.

2022 F350 Platinum: 2022 F350 Review

2022 Ford F350 Platinum This model is the penultimate trim, and as such, gets most of what Ford has to offer.

The pickup is equipped with 20-inch alloy wheels, a powered running board, automatic LED headlights, and additional LED fog lamps. On the inside, it gets heated rear seats and adaptive cruise control.

This model is more versatile than the others and can easily be used for its incredible workhorse during the week, and for long-distance driving or family camping trips, thanks to all the added convenience.

  • Select configuration:
    Platinum 4WD Crew Cab 6.75′ Box
    Platinum 4WD Cabin Crew 8′ Box
    Platinum 4WD Crew Cab 8′ Box DRW
    $72,660 Initial Price (MSRP)
  • Machine
    6.2L V8 Flexible Fuel (FFV)
  • Transmission
    10 Speed ​​Auto
  • Drive chain
    Four Wheel Drive
  • Body type
    Truck
  • Seating capacity
    5 seats
  • Rod Volume
    tuberculosis
  • Fuel Economy
    City: TB
    Hwy: TB
  • Engine and Transmission Machine
    6.2L V8 Flexible Fuel (FFV)
    6.7L Turbo Diesel (+$10,495)
    7.3L Gas Twincharged (+$1,705)
  • Horsepower
    385 hp @ 5750 rpm
  • Torque
    430 lb-ft @ 3800 rpm
  • Transmission
    10 Speed ​​Auto
  • Drive chain
    Four Wheel Drive

2022 F350 Platinum Specs

This Star White Metallic Tri-Coat 2022 Ford F-350 Super Duty Platinum might just be the 4×4 crew cab for you. It has a 385hp 430ft 6.2L Flex Fuel V8. machine pound. This one is available for a low price of $84,010.

For a vehicle that looks good from the inside out, this 4×4 crew cab features a sleek white star metallic tri-coat exterior along with a black interior. Take calls, play your favorite songs, and more with the Bluetooth feature.

  • EX Color Icon. COLOR / INT. COLOR Star Metallic Tri-Coat White / Black
  • MACHINE MACHINE 6.2 Sil – 6.7 L
  • Transmission Icon TRANSMISSION / DRIVE TYPE 10-Speed ​​Automatic Shiftable / 4WD

2023 F250 Super Duty Exterior and Interior

We will discuss the exterior first with various cabin configurations and cargo beds, 2023 Super Duty has various towing capacities and maximum payloads.

Each version offers generous ratings in both categories, but Ford fans who want the most impressive numbers will appreciate that the strongest Super Duty can carry a payload of 7850 pounds, tow up to 24,200 pounds on a conventional trailer hitch, and carry a massive 37,000 pounds on its fifth wheel and gooseneck hitch.

On the interior of the 2023 F250, functions live in harmony within the 2023 Superduty, with a sharp dashboard design and practical layout. Even the stripped-down Super Duty interior is an ergonomic environment with direct controls and materials meant to get messy.

The process starts with the Lariat-level trim which introduces leather upholstery seats and high-end options like ambient lighting, heated and cooled front seats, and wireless charging.

Get ready for a premium King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited to unlock features that other competitors don’t have (such as massage chairs) and feel like royalty. Still, some chintzy items make even the coolest model interior.

Buyers have two choices of bed sizes (6.75 ft or 8 ft box), but a regular cabin can only be equipped with a long box.

Many of the 2023 Superduty multi-purpose cubes and trays are highlighted by the large center console holder on models with bucket seats. The crew cabin takes storage a step further with a lockable box under the rear seat.

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2023 Ford F250 Super Duty MPG

2023 Ford F250 From the MPG standpoint, since the EPA doesn’t test vehicles as heavy as 2023 Super Duty and its big competitors, we can only judge them based on our tests.

Now that Ford has overhauled the powertrain options for its heavy-duty pickup trucks, we’ll have to wait until we get a new one to evaluate their real-world mpg on our highway fuel-efficient routes.

The petrol-powered 6.2-liter V-8 engine with a six-speed automatic remains the standard setting on the F-250 model and the last one we tested delivered 15 mpg on the highway.

In comparison, the gas-powered Chevy Silverado 2500HD made 14 mpg in the same test. We expect the optional Power Stroke diesel from Super Duty to be the most fuel-efficient engine in its lineup.

2022 F 350 Towing Capacity

So, how does this compare to the 2022 F-350? The new F-350 is known for its impressive towing capacity, especially when you mount it. It has a 32,500-pound 5-wheel crane rating and a 37,000-pound gooseneck crane rating available.

2023 Ford Super Duty Platinum Model

2023 Ford Super Duty Release Date: 2022 Ford Super Duty Production Schedule

2023 Super Duty Release Date Talking about the price and release schedule, we don’t know exactly when and at what price we will be offering for this latest generation Ford F250 2023 but if we look at its predecessors because this type of truck has various capabilities and configurations, our truck of choice will prioritize. practicality and price.

That put us in the F-250 with a crew cabin, a 6.75ft cargo bed, and a single rear axle. To enjoy luxuries like leather upholstery and dual-zone climate control, we opted for the Lariat trim level.

It also features a 10-speaker B&O audio system and an 8.0-inch display in the gauge cluster. Although the optional Power Stroke diesel engine has enormous torque, it requires a significant investment which we think is unnecessary.

Instead, we’ll opt for the optional 7.3-liter V-8, which has more power and torque than the standard 6.2-liter. It also features a 10-speed automatic versus an older six-speed automatic.

Together with a four-wheel drive, our F-250 Lariat will be equipped with the FX4 Off-Road and Lariat Value packages.

Together they add all-terrain tires, a higher ratio rear axle, an electronic locker, heated and ventilated front seats, LED cargo bed lights, remote engine start, and more.

2023 Ford Super Duty Price

  • XL – $ 35,925 (Est)
  • XLT – $ 40,540 (Est)
  • Lariat – $ 47,930 (Est)
  • King Ranch – $ 61,290 (Est)
  • Platinum – $ 67,210 (Est)
  • Limited – $ 85,885 (Est)

People also ask for Ford Super Duty 2023

Q: Will the 2023 Super Duty be redesigned?
A: Earlier this week, the Instagram account @Alumidity showed off some leaked factory photos and a spy video of the 2023 Ford Super Duty pickup truck. We already knew that a redesign was coming, but these photos reinforce that this truck will be a 2023 model. , and we will likely see a reveal soon.

Q: What year F-250 have the death wobble?
A: In 2019, the Ford Death Wobble F250 class action lawsuit was filed against the Ford Motor Company. The lawsuit also covers the F350 truck and the 2005 to 2019 F250/F350 models.

Q: Will F-250 prices drop?
A: Currently, there are no incentives available for the Super Duty range, which means that prices won’t drop much, if at all when you haggle with your local dealer.

Q: Is Ford bringing back the 7.3 diesel?
A: Ford’s 7.3-liter truck engine is back, and this time its gasoline. This is intentional. Ford could design its big new petrol truck engine in any size it wanted, but Ford chose to give each cylinder 4.22 inches of the bore and 3.98 inches of stroke.