Though you might be tempted to mistake the all-new customized Ford Super Duty with a Mac truck, don’t! The all-new Ford F-350 built as big as a Mac truck, but the difference is that this is an off-roading monster. Before you ask, yes, this is an actual truck that is for sale, and you can go to the companies website to confirm this, and in this article, we are going to go over everything that makes this new F-350 great and when you can buy it.
Here is what you need to know, the Ford F-350 is a dual 4X4 that has custom front and rear steel bumpers that include LED off-road lights at the corners of the front bumper. Unique side vents with Mac style highlight the sides of the vehicle. There is also a spray-in bed liner as well. Inside the cabin, the XL trim is dressed up in customizable leather on the seats and the console, while the heavy-duty floormats keep the carpet clean. Equipment-wise, there are power windows and locks as well as an 8-inch touchscreen. There is also a ton of cameras and a towing package that might be a good get if you have to lug something like a tiny home. Underneath the vehicle is a 2.5-inch suspension lift with Fox shock absorbers and a stabilizer bar in the front, which makes room for the 22-inch wheels and 37-inch off-road tires.
Under the hood, the Ford F-350 has a 6.7-liter turbocharged V8 engine with 450 horsepower with, according to Winner Ford of Dover, DE, an earth-shattering 935-lb ft of torque mated with a six-speed automatic transmission. The big and beefy engine allows the F-350 to haul up to a ridiculous 34,000 pounds.
By full-sized truck standards, the Ford F-350 has a swift acceleration, which makes passing vehicles on the highway all to easy. The cabin has a quirt and roomy feel, which shouldn’t come as a surprise as the Super Duty F-350 shares its dash and seating with the F-150. Additionally, the optional Adaptive Steering System automatically changes the steering ratio for improved ride comfort and easier maneuvering. The overall feel of the system is not unlike that of a conventional hydraulic setup. The F-350 also includes a ton of Driver Assist technology, which comes with seven electronic eyes to assist you with everything from a connecting trailer to showing you object that would otherwise be out of sight. Numerous cameras show you a 360-degree view around the vehicle as well as a 180-degree forward view. Blind-spot monitoring takes into account the size of the trailer while the tire-pressure monitor keeps tabs on the container as well as the truck.
The Ford F-350 matches up well with the competition and in some ways even surpasses it. The vehicle is especially recommended if you have to haul around a ton of materials. It can also be an excellent tool for business primarily if you work in logging or construction. Additionally, the truck is a speed demon thanks to its vast V8 engine. RAM’s might be what you think of when you think of heavy-duty vehicles, but the Ford F-350 is certainly worth a look.