2019 Ford F-350 Review

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Ford F-350 model stands between Ford F-205 and Ford F-450. New 2019 Ford F-350 belongs to a family of full sized super-duty trucks. It might seem confused when it comes to an elegant look and outstanding payload and crane capacity, as well as a powerful engine under the hood.

2019 Ford F-350

We can choose between three cab configurations (Regular Cabin, Extended Crew and Cabin) and three XLT trim levels, XL higher and premium Lariant. Regular Cab has one row of seats and two doors, Extended Cab has a second row seat added, while Crew Cab has a wider rear cabin and four doors. All cabins can be raised in both beds 6.75 and 8 feet.

2019 Ford F-350 Exterior, Interior

It may seem that the exterior design of 2019 Ford F-350 largely retains the characteristics of the previous model, although some changes are small and little visible. However, chances are that you might see different colors available. A large grille in the front fascia shows that there is a monster under the hood. 18 inch wheels come as standard.

When we look at 2019 Ford F-350 cabin interior, we get the impression of luxury and comfort. In addition to soft touch materials, including the skin in the top trim level used for upholstery is very interesting that the truck cabin with a machine that is so strong can be so calm. That’s because the sound insulation is very good. Like the infotainment feature, there is MyFord Touch System, eight inches touch screen, Bluetooth, audio system, temperature control, navigation system, and more. Standard set of safety features include mount launch assistance, air bag, tilt and telescoping steering, trailer shake control and electronic stability control and traction control. For more demanding customers there are also remote settings, a reverse camera system, and some more sophisticated features.

2019 Ford F-350 Engine, Performance

You might choose two engine choices if you are interested in buying a new Ford F-350. If you prefer a gasoline powered engine, there is a standard 6.2-liter V-8 Triton. That produces 385 hp and 405 lb-ft of torque when the gross combined weight rating (GCWR) is less than 10,000 pounds, and 316 hp and 397 lb-ft of torque in models with GVWR of more than 10,000 pounds, respectively. Another option is the 6.7-liter V-8 turbodiesel with enough power to provide 440 hp and 860 lb-ft of torque.

The maximum towing capacity of a turbodiesel engine is 19,000 pounds with conventional obstacles, and 26,700 pounds with a fifth wheel / gooseneck obstacle. For the 4WD Crew Cabin model with diesel engines, the gross combined weight rating (GCWR) jumped to 35,000 pounds, while the maximum load rose to 7,260 pounds. Both engines are mated to TorqShift’s six speed automatic transmission with SelectShift and Haul / Tow and RWD modes, while AWD is also available. When dismantled, acceleration from 0-60 mph occurs in about eight seconds.

2019 Ford F-350 Release Date, Prices

New release date 2019 Ford F-350 has been available in the showroom since early 2018. 2019 Ford F-350 base model costs around $ 32,000 and the price goes up to $ 51,000.

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