Pricing a truck requires a lot of decision-making. There’s the engine, cab configuration, number of driven wheels, bed lengths, any specialized features, and several other aspects to consider. With the F-350 and F-450, there’s also the choice of having one or two wheels at each end of the rear axle. The F-Series Super Duty is available in XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited trim levels. The prices listed are for the entry-level trims of each variant: F-250, F-350, and F-450. A $1,695 destination charge is included.
(F-250 $35,925; F-350 $37,440; F-450 $52,105) comes with 17-in painted steel wheels (the F450 has 19.5-in wheels), halogen headlights with automatic high beams, hill-start assist, six airbags, AdvanceTrac with Roll
, manually extending side mirrors, air conditioning, two 12-volt outlets, tilt/telescope steering wheel, manual door locks/windows, vinyl seating surfaces, 40/20/40 split front bench seat, Ford Sync infotainment system, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB port, and either a 4-speaker (regular cab) or 6-speaker (Super and Crew cabs) audio system.
(F-250 $40,790; F-350 $42,315; F-450 $57,965) has 18-in alloy wheels, powered tailgate lock, BoxLink with lockable tie-down cleats, remote keyless entry, power windows/locks/side mirrors, cruise control, cloth upholstery, 4.2-in instrument cluster, two 100-volt outlets, Ford Co-Pilot360 driver aids (see the Safety section below), lockable under-seat storage box (Crew cab), rear privacy glass, Sync 3 infotainment system, navigation, satellite radio, USB-C port, and a 7-speaker audio setup.
(F-250 $48,905; F-350 $50,070; F-450 $68,960) adds upgraded 18-in alloy wheels, halogen fog lights, heated/power-folding side mirrors, self-dimming rearview mirror, leather-wrapped steering wheel, front bucket seats (10-way power-adjustable for the driver, 8-way power-adjustable for the passenger), leather seating surfaces,
dual-zone automatic climate control
, 8-in instrument cluster, powered/sliding rear window, two rear-seat 12-volt outlets, rear parking sensors, and a 10-speaker/1,000-watt Bang & Olufsen surround-sound system.
(F-250 $61,290; F-350 $62,805; F-450 $79,005) adds LED bed lighting, memory settings for the side mirrors, remote tailgate release, power-adjustable pedals with memory, remote start, rain-sensing wipers with de-icer, trim-specific interior elements, heated steering wheel, heated/ventilated front seats, wireless phone charging, Ultimate Trailer Tow Camera System with 360-degree camera, backup camera with trailer reverse guidance and the Pro Trailer Backup Assist Package.
(F-250 $67,210; F-350 $67,220; F-450 $81,740) removes the power-adjustable pedals but adds 20-in alloy wheels, power-retractable running boards, quad-beam LED headlights, LED fog lights,
adaptive cruise control
and collision warning with brake support, upgraded leather upholstery, multi-contour front seats, and heated rear seats (Crew Cab).
(F-250 $85,885; F-350 $87,060; F-450 $92,820) has the diesel engine as standard, plus 2-tone leather seating surfaces, power-adjustable pedals, adaptive steering, twin-panel moonroof, retractable bed step, and upfitter switches. Many standard features in the upper trims are available as options in the lower trims. Other items such as a spray-in or drop-in bed liner, skid plates, stowable loading ramps, tonneau box cover, console vault, and a backup alarm are optional in all F-Series Super Duty trucks.