The F-250 is a part of Ford’s Super Duty line of full-size pickup trucks which was first introduced in 1998. Over the years it has won many prestigious awards, such as the Popular Mechanics’ Best Workhorse, the Truckin’s Topline Pulling Power and the Best Resale Value Truck. Ford F-250 comes in three different cab sizes including the Standard, the Crew Cab and the SuperCab which features 2 reverse-opening doors. The list of options includes choices of two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive.
Ford’s full-size pickup trucks are usually chosen over their competitors because they are large and build to last, they have the ultra strong body-on-frame chassis layout, a wide range of engine choices and massive towing and load-carrying capacities.
As far as engines go, F-250 always featured powerful V8 engines in both petrol and diesel versions.
The monstrous Triton 6.8-liter V10 engine tops the range. The F-250 is also among the leading innovators in its class, featuring options such as Rapid-Heat Supplemental Cab Heater.
Ford F-250 offers an extremely wide range of options and trim levels, from the entry-level XL all the way up to the refined and luxurious Harley-Davidson version. The trim level that is the most sought after is the XLT and in most cases it is purchased in white, red or black color. The common price range for pre-owned Ford F-250s is between $12,000 and $29,000 from online auto auctions, while the most popular model year are 2008-2016.
While being immensely strong, muscular and rugged, the F-250 cannot be considered as a good choice for everyday casual use. Out of all different engine choices, the 6.0-liter Power Stroke V8 diesel engine should be avoided because it is rather problematic.
It should be noted that the F-250 offers the smoothest ride quality among its rivals.
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