The F-150 is one of the best-selling vehicles in the history of the world (read that again). But for towing seriously heavy loads, the standard F-150 won't always cut the mustard. That's exactly why Ford sells the Super Duty lineup, which starts at the F-250 grade. For 2023, Ford's heavy-duty truck is fully redesigned and debuts with a fresh interior, an array of available tech, and two new engines.
Think of the Super Duty as the F-150 that decided to hit the gym, big time. Ford isn't offering towing numbers for the new Super Duty yet, but the last truck could tow up to 22,800 pounds and offered up to 4,260 pounds of payload capacity. Ford says it's targeting best-in-class towing with the new Super Duty, so expect even more capability.
But the Super Duty isn't just for work. Thanks to a plethora of trims, you can go for a pared-down work truck that uses hard plastics in the interior and features cloth seats, just to get the job done. But if rolling around in a spartan lumber-hauler isn't your style, you could go all-out and spring for a rich leather interior, tons of tech features like a head-up display, and an 18-speaker sound system. Ford knows its Super Duty buyers typically demand a lot, and the automaker designs its trucks to fit every need.