by Sonic on Feb 10, 2004 Vehicle: 2003 Ford F-250 Super Duty 4dr Crew Cab Lariat Rwd SB (5.4L 8cyl 6M)
I drive this truck approx. 200 miles a
day 6 days a week. It has plenty of
power and plenty of room. I average 21
to 24 mpg on powerstroke 6 liter diesel.
I went though a Dodge Dakota quad cab,
which was a good small truck,then a
Chev.Silverado, which was very
uncomfortable, and now this Ford is the
truck of my dreams. I have no regrets
in buying this truck it is excellent.
The 2003 model year sees a new FX4 Off-Road Package with skid plates, Rancho front and rear shocks, a steering damper and decals. The regular off-road package is no longer available, but a skid plate package can still be had on all 4WD trucks. All XLs can be had with a vinyl 40/20/40 reclining split bench that has a fold down armrest with a console and cupholders. Ford has also upgraded seat material quality, and installed a tailgate lock on this trim level. If you order a SuperCab or Crew Cab in XLT trim with the Sport Package, you can also order a reverse sensing system and a power driver seat. Late-availability additions include an optional power moonroof for Crew Cabs and optional heated telescoping trailer tow mirrors with integrated turn signals. A King Ranch version of the Crew Cab will also appear later in the year. Finally, the torque rating for the 7.3-liter turbodiesel V8 has been boosted to 525 pound feet. By mid-year, expect an even more-powerful 6.0-liter diesel to appear.
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