For the 2023 model year, the Ford Super Duty lineup receives a comprehensive redesign and re-engineering, marking the entry of the fifth generation. Key statistics, as per Ford, include the highest engine torque outputs, towing ratings, and payload capacities in the segment.
Variants of the Super Duty lineup include the F-250, F-350, and F-450. In this article, we will focus on the 2023 F-250. Available with a choice of three cab styles and two body styles, six trim levels are on offer for the 2023 F-250 range. These are:
The basic XL trim offers the most spartan and work-oriented experience. However, moving up the ladder towards Platinum and Limited grants some impressive luxury features that you can read about in this article. King Ranch is a special trim level with a Kingsville antique effect leather interior, a 2kW onboard power supply, a power tailgate, and a few features from higher trims.
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The 2023 F-250’s interior has been fully redesigned by Ford to provide a comfortable transportation space. Regular Cab variants feature a single cab with seating for up to three adults, while Crew Cab and Supercab Variants offer seating for up to six adults. On these two cab types, the front seats can also recline to a near-flat position to aid in sleeping. Amenities include climate control, lockable storage spaces, and dual glove boxes, and all variants feature a B&O-tuned sound system with 640 watts of power and eight speakers.
You’ll also find Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ connectivity, controlled via an 8-inch or 12-inch touch-screen display, plus an optional 12-inch digital instrument cluster. Ford also gives you a 5G-capable Wi-Fi hotspot for maximum connectivity. You can even spec a 1,080-watt, 10-speaker B&O upgraded sound system, as well as heated and ventilated front seats for maximum comfort.
The 2023 Ford F-250 sports redesigned looks with more chrome at the front end, new head and tail lamps, a choice of steel or various alloy wheels, and two bed lengths. The standard offering is a 6.75-foot box, but you can specify an 8-foot-long bed. Options include sidestep boxes, a powered tailgate, and LED bed lights. There's even a nifty OnBoard Scales feature that uses the taillights to indicate the rough weight of the payload in the truck bed, saving you from overloading it.
Three appearance packages are on offer for the 2023 F-250, namely the STX Appearance Package, Black Appearance Package, and Sport Appearance Package. Ten colors are available for the 2023 F-250 range. These are:
Ford notes that some may be extra-cost or trim-specific options.
There are three engines on offer for the 2023 Ford F-250 range, two gasoline V8s and a turbodiesel V8 in two states of tune. The gasoline V8s encompass a 6.8-liter unit with 405 horsepower and 445 pound-feet of torque and a 7.3-liter unit that boasts 430 horsepower and 485 pound-feet of torque.
The turbodiesel V8 is a 6.7-liter Powerstroke unit that’s available in standard or High Output guise. Standard guise grants you 475 horsepower and 1,050 pound-feet of torque, while High Output unlocks 500 horsepower and a class-leading 1,200 pound-feet of torque.
A 10-speed automatic transmission sends drive to the rear wheels or all four wheels, depending on trim and spec. You can select the Tremor Off-Road Package for enhanced off-road capability. This brings 35-inch all-terrain tires, enhanced suspension, and all-terrain handling features, such as Rock Crawl and Trail Control.
The 2023 Ford F-250 is packed with superb features and a class-leading array of powertrains. It can be your ideal work partner and family vehicle. That's why we'd like to invite you to Jim Taylor Ford in Ruston, LA. You can check out our 2023 Ford F-250 deals and even test drive one.
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