2019 Ford Super Duty Review

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If you have a fleet to manage in the Plainfield, Indianapolis, or Avon areas, you’re going to need a strong and sturdy truck that’s able to carry a heavy workload. The team at Andy Mohr Ford recommends any truck in the 2019 Ford Super Duty lineup, which includes the Ford F-250, F-350, and F-450.

The question is, which Ford F-Series truck is right for your needs? To help you decide, we put together this 2019 Ford Super Duty review in which we’ll compare what each truck brings to the worksite.

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2019 Ford Super Duty Quick Facts


Available Features Ford F-250 Ford F-350 Ford F-450
Engines 6.2L Gas V8

6.7L Power Stroke® V8 Turbo Diesel

6.2L Gas V8

6.7L Power Stroke® V8 Turbo Diesel


6.7L Power Stroke® V8 Turbo Diesel

Max Towing Capacity  

18,500 pounds


32,000 pounds


35,000 pounds

Cab Configurations SuperCab

Regular Cab

Crew Cab


Regular Cab

Crew Cab


Regular Cab

Crew Cab

Box Configurations 6 ¾ feet

8 feet

6 ¾ feet

8 feet


8 feet


Ford Super Duty Engine Specs

Ford Super Duty engineThe Ford F-Series trucks come with one of two engines:

  • 6.2L Gas V8: 385 horsepower, 430 lb-ft of torque
  • 6.7L Power Stroke® V8 Turbo Diesel: 450 horsepower, 935 lb-ft of torque

While the entire Ford Super Duty lineup makes the diesel engine available, the gas engine is only an option for the Ford F-250 and Ford F-350.

Both engines are paired with a 6-speed SelectShift® automatic transmission with range select mode. This allows you to narrow the available gear range to improve performance in tough conditions, whether heading off-road or pulling a heavy load.

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2019 Ford F-Series Towing Capacity

2019 Super DutyWhen it’s time to tow, all three of the Ford Super Duty trucks step up to the plate. While 5th-wheel/gooseneck towing is available for every truck in this series, they also offer impressive conventional towing capacities:

  • Ford F-250 Max Conventional Towing: 18,000 pounds
  • Ford F-350 Max Conventional Towing: 21,000 pounds
  • Ford F-450 Max Conventional Towing: 21,000 pounds

When you engage that 5th-wheel/gooseneck towing option, you’ll have the following maximum capacities:

  • Ford F-250 Max Towing: 18,500 pounds
  • Ford F-350 Max Towing: 32,000 pounds
  • Ford F-450 Max Towing: 35,000 pounds

For additional confidence, all three trucks make BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) with trailer coverage available. This system issues an alert when other cars enter your side blind spots and extends that coverage along the length of the trailer. With this system, you may find that merging on the highway is much safer.

Configurations for Ford Super Duty Trucks

Super Duty XLT crew cab

Super Duty XLT crew cab

When you drive a Ford Super Duty truck, you’ll have your pick of three cab configurations. The Regular Cab seats up to three passengers while the SuperCab and Crew Cab add a second row to accommodate up to six passengers. The SuperCab is not available for the Ford F-450.

You can also choose between two boxes:

  • 6 ¾-Foot Box: 65.4 cubic feet
  • 8-Foot Box: 78.5 cubic feet

The 6 ¾-foot box is not available on the Ford F-450.

When you load up the bed of the Ford F-250, F-350, and F-450, you’ll have a maximum payload capacity of 4,270 pounds, 7,640 pounds, and 6,190 pounds, respectively.

Review the 2019 Ford Super Duty Lineup

If you want to do your own 2019 Ford Super Duty review, come to Andy Mohr Ford and we’ll show you your options and help you decide whether the Ford F-250, F-350, or F-450 is right for your Indianapolis area fleet.

Drivers in the Plainfield, Avon, and other local areas can contact us to schedule a test drive today!


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