Ive had this truck for almost a year now and it has about 24000 miles on it. I tow big heavy trailers with it weekly. It has lots of power. The transmission shifts great. The brakes and the exhaust brake work great. I feel very confident pulling trailers with this truck. This is my first Ford truck and I would recommend it for someone that wants a truck capable of hauling real trailers.
UPDATE: Now has 40000 miles on it. Tires are wearing great. No problems at all to report. Great truck. I would definitely buy it again.
So far this has been an excellent truck. Power and handling are top notch. I have yet to tow a heavy load but past experience indicates this will not be a problem. I have used the truck to pull another out of the mud and it was effortless. I do have the FX4 off road package. My only complaint is the navigation system. It lacks features found in typical smart phones and is cumbersome to use.
My 2015 Ford F-350 with 6.7 diesel, Platinum exceeds all of my transportation requirements. Here in the mountains and deserts of the southwest, I've found this vehicle to be more than capable. Before I made this particular truck purchase, I had evaluated " The other two competitors" . You know, Chevy and Dodge.
I began my initial truck search during one week of an Arizona desert summer. Temperatures were 110F+ . During the hottest part of the day, I visited the three truck dealers and asked to be shown their respective one ton diesel trucks. At each vehicle, I started the engines and turned the air conditioner up full. I was testing to see how fast a cab interior would go from a sweltering 124F to comfortable. The Ford 2015 F-6.7 diesel, crew cab was the winner, hands down. To be fair, I do own a fully restored 1946 Ford truck.. Maybe Chevy lovers can come up with a reason to own a one ton Chevy truck....Good luck.
if you have a wife that is cold when your hot get this truck its a fix all when your driving there is always something for them to play with its just a all around good driving truck 20 plus mpg highway 15 plus mpg city with a 35feet camper im still getting 16mpg its just a great truck