2019 Super Duty



2019 Ford Super Duty

The 2019 SuperDuty is Ford’s meanest and most rugged pickup truck that has been built to perform the toughest of tasks. Known for its strength, power, and capacity, car-seekers everywhere are now so glad to hear about the availability of a 2019 SuperDuty in Durham. According to Ford, this one is their highest ranked in the category of large, heavy-duty pickups.

2019 SuperDuty Models
The 2019 SuperDuty in Durham is available as the F-250 XL, F-350 XL, F-250 XLT, F-350 XLT, F-250 Lariat, F-350 Lariat, F-450 XL, F-450-XLT, F-250 King Ranch, F-350 King Ranch, F-250 Platinum, and F-450 Lariat, F-350 Platinum, F-450 King Ranch, F-450 Platinum, F-250 Limited, 4-350 Limited, and F-450 Limited models.

Brand new fittings
What’s different about the 2019 SuperDuty is that it has been remodeled with a lighter body made of military-grade, high-strength aluminum alloy that makes it stronger, almost dent-proof, and 100% rust-corrosion resistant. While the frame is stronger and lighter, the chassis has been fitted with a more robust frame, solid axle, reliable steering and chassis components, and a completely boxed frame made of over 95% high-grade steel that’s 24 times harder than the previous models.

All the models of the 2019 SuperDuty are fitted with Ford’s standard trailer sway control known as AdvanceTrac (with Roll Stability Control). The combined effort of the two systems reduces engine power and selective wheel braking maintains the stability of even the most undisciplined trailer. The pickup has been tested in the most rugged terrain and weather conditions and has always come up a winner.

Greater towing capacity
When it comes to towing capacity, the 2019 SuperDuty is capable of towing a whopping 21,000 pounds. For larger loads, an available 5th wheel prep package can set you up for a 27,500-pound haul. Also, a Gooseneck Hitch prep package can be used for 35,000 pounds.

More Power Engine options include a 6.2L Gas V8, 6.2L FlexFuel V8, and 6.7L V8 Power Stroke turbo diesel. In addition, fuel options include CNG (natural gas) and Propane (propane Autogas). The diesel engine has three settings – on, off, and auto that helps modulate engine braking to maintain a steady speed as guided by the accelerator and pedal.


Source: Ford