This F250 has a number of upgrades:
- 12 inch adjustable air suspension.
- All Rigid lighting bar, Configurable colors ($3,000.00 each).
- Upgraded front and rear steel bumper, Addictive Desert design ($6,000 each).
- Upgrade exhaust tips and American Force wheels.
- Upgraded sound system with top of the line Italian Hertz audio system with Linkswell full Led panel control.
- Upgraded rear end cover, upgraded axles and transmission.
The Ford F-250 is a revolutionary step forward in the full-size, heavy-duty pickup truck market.
The F-250 has set itself apart from the competition by rethinking the entire segment and
offering an all-aluminum body on all of its models to reduce the curb weight while maintaining
both the expected payload and towing values. The all-aluminum body and pickup box reduces
the curb weight by up to 350 lb. and this translates to better fuel efficiency with either the gas
or diesel engines.
This one comes with the innovative 6.7-liter turbo 450-hp V8 Powerstroke diesel with an
incredible 935 lb.-ft. of torque. Engine is mated to a TorqShift six-speed automatic transmission
with SelectShift and a Tow/Haul mode.
The F-250 offers standard amenities such as traction control and electronic stability control, a
hill launch assist feature, six airbags including side curtains, air conditioning, a rear camera,
manual tilt and telescoping steering wheel and trailer sway control.
The Platinum trim also further adds to the Lariat trim by offering power running boards,
adaptive speed-sensing steering, Quad LED head lamps and tail lamps, 20-inch aluminum
wheels, multi-contour massaging front seats, heated rear seats and Blind Spot Information
The F-250 cabin isn't as understated as that in some GM trucks, nor cowboyish like some Ram
models. Its cabin chooses substance over style, while striking a balance of comfort and flair. It
can be luxurious with wood and leather in the top trims, but it's still about utility, with scratch-
resistant plastic and rugged cloth in lower trims.
The center console in all F-250s is wide and deep. With the front bench seat, it flips down from
the center seatback; and with the front bucket seats, the large console offers excellent storage
space for all the driver's stuff, while also being a solid spot for a laptop. It can be a mobile
office, making it a favorite with contractors.
Convenience features include a camera aimed at the truck bed, useful for hooking up a
gooseneck. An optional tow camera setup uses four cameras for a 360-degree view around the
truck. Backing up is eased somewhat with trailer reverse guidance visual cues on the rearview
The 6.7-liter turbodiesel, making 440 horsepower and 925 foot-pounds of torque with its
stronger 6-speed, is smooth and quiet at cruising speeds. The F-250 isn't too arduous to drive
on the street, although it does have totally truck-like handling traits.
Ford says the chassis was made 24 times more rigid when it was redesigned in 2017, which
makes for smooth and quiet ride, especially with the suspension being tuned to take advantage
of the stiff chassis.
As for the handling, the adaptive variable-ratio steering makes truck significantly more
maneuverable at low speeds and less jittery at high speeds, by quickening the steering at low
speeds and slowing it at high speeds. It enables parking in tighter spaces, and makes highway
driving more relaxing.
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