A full list of available features and filters for the used 2017 Ford F-350 Super Duty inventory include but are not limited to: Edmunds Special Offers: Purchase Offers, Lease Offers, Gas Card (3), Used Offers (2). Model Type: Crew Cab (10), SuperCab, Regular Cab (1), Extended Cab.
The all-new 2017 Ford F-350 Super Duty is a ridiculously capable heavy-duty truck. Properly equipped and using a gooseneck hitch, it can tow up to 32,000 pounds. That?s 16 tons. Don't tow? Well, a regular-cab, two-wheel-drive F-350 with dual rear wheels can handle up to a 7,630-pound payload. That's the weight of about three Ford Fiesta hatchbacks. There simply aren't that many people who haul that much stuff.
But if you're one of those people who need this much truck, this is the truck you need. For 2017, Ford's Super Duty line of heavy-duty pickups has been redesigned with a new body that, like that of its little brother the F-150, is made mostly from aluminum. That knocks the truck's weight down and keeps the effective payload high. Ford would like to point out that the body isn't made of just aluminum, but of a "military-grade, aluminum alloy" material that's built to last. It's not a beer can.
Beyond the body that comes in regular-, extended- and crew-cab configurations, the F-350's frame has been redesigned around larger, high-strength-steel frame rails and crossmembers for additional strength. And the engines — a gasoline-burning 6.2-liter V8 making 385 horsepower or a 6.7-liter turbodiesel V8 knocking out 440 horsepower and an astonishing 925-pound feet of peak torque — are more powerful than ever before. Both are backed by a six-speed automatic transmission and feed either two- or four-wheel-drive systems.
Sitting nearly between the three-quarter-ton F-250 and fleet-minded F-450 bruiser, the F-350 is a workhorse. Even in stripped-down, regular-cab XL trim, the F-350 includes features such as a locking tailgate, dual gloveboxes and a driver information display. From there the range moves through XLT, Lariat, King Ranch and Platinum trim levels with the equipment levels rising at each step and the wheel diameters growing as well. At the top of the range, the F-350 King Ranch and F-350 Platinum models are large luxury car cabins that happen to be heavy-duty pickups.
In order to accommodate a wide variety of towing and hauling situations, the F-350 is available in different wheelbases and different length beds. And the options list is very long, including work-oriented and play-oriented equipment ranging from a visual guidance system for reversing while hooked to a trailer to blind-spot monitoring and several on-board entertainment systems.
Trucks are the backbone of American enterprises ranging from one-man shops to megasized corporations. So buying the right truck is a critical decision, and Edmunds is here to help you make it.
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