Ford Super Duty: Relentless Pickup Truck

The new Ford Super Duty has the largest lineup among all heavy-duty pickup trucks in North America. Ken Pollock Ford invites you for a tour of the F-250, F-350 and F-450 models. Some notable trim levels that provide additional distinctions include the XLT, Lariat, and Limited.

Eight cylinders are aligned in a V-shaped layout inside the Super Duty's 6.2L engine block. Meeting the Flex Fuel requirements, this naturally aspirated powertrain runs on unleaded gas, E85, or propane. Engineered to take on the toughest duties in its class, the 6.7L engine block packs some big punches. Proudly wearing the Power Stroke logo, this diesel powertrain has some of the highest torque ratings in the pickup truck segment. Three modes also control the braking system in this monstrous engine block. For instance, the Auto Mode facilitates combustion at optimum compression ratios and temperatures.

The towing specifications for the Super Duty vary greatly depending on several critical factors. Car shoppers should consider the cabin, box, transmission, engine, and drivetrain options when looking for specific towing ratings. Similarly, the payload capacity depends on multiple parameters that could be carefully selected.

As class-exclusive hardware, the Live-Drive Power Takeoff allows the Super Duty to get more tasks done than any other heavy-duty trucks on the market. A custom-tailored crankshaft works with the PTO technology for optimal efficiency and utility. The Mobile Mode allows this Ford model to control a plow and other accessories with great precision. From towing to plowing fields, this tough vehicle runs on the correct gear ratios while performing challenging tasks.

The TorqShift technology is tuned to create a wide range of gear ratios. Six total speeds are fixed in the auto transmission of this hard-working truck. A torque converter is among the many advanced features in the gearbox. You can activate the Manual Mode to command the drivetrain with more precision. A special mode is also reserved for towing and hauling on or off the road. Additionally, a 4x4 drive gives the Super Duty an extra push on rugged terrains. A transfer case is mated to the classic driveline system, which also has shift-on-the-fly controls.

Come to Ken Pollock Ford and test drive a Ford Super Duty truck today! We will discuss models and specifications with you to help you choose the right pickup for your driving and hauling style.

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