F250 vs. F350

Which New Ford Super Duty Model is the Best Fit For You?

Is your half-ton truck struggling to handle your workload? Whether you're unable to tow the things you need to tow, haul the things you need to haul or you need more umph under your foot to get everything where it needs to go, it might be time to upgrade from your half-ton truck into a ¾ ton or full-ton. Here at Bloomer Ford Inc. we're proud to offer a wide selection of new Ford Super Duty trucks to choose from, including the new Ford F-250 and F-350. The new F-250 and F-350 share many similarities and are designed to help you accomplish even the largest of jobs with ease. With tremendous towing and payload ability, a number of optional packages, three cab options and two bed styles, you can find the new Ford Super Duty truck that's equipped to fit your lifestyle and needs with ease.

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Ford F-250 and F-350: Power and Performance

Both trucks come equipped with two powerful engine options. The standard engine in both trucks is a 6.2-liter V8 engine that produces 385-horsepower and 430 pounds-foot of torque. The second engine option is a 6.7-liter Power Stroke V8 turbocharged diesel engine that produces 440-horsepower and 925 pounds-foot of torque. Both engines are paired with a TorqShift six-speed SelectShift automatic transmission, providing you with the smooth shifting power that you need to tow and haul even the largest loads. Both the F-250 and F-350 offer a maximum conventional towing capacity of up to 18,000 pounds in single-rear wheel models.

Ford F-250 and F-350: Technology

Both vehicles are designed to make your job easier than ever with plenty of convenience and safety features. Both trucks offer a standard rearview camera as well as an optional ultimate trailer tow camera that uses four cameras to give you a bird's-eye view of your surroundings. The trailer reverse guidance package enhances the standard rearview camera and provides you with visual aids to make lining up with your trailer easier. Adaptive cruise control is available in both trucks and will work with the collision warning system with brake support even when towing the maximum weight. Both trucks also offer an available Ford Sync infotainment system with hands-free Apple CarPlay and Android Auto phone connectivity, allowing you to turn your truck into your own mobile office.

Differences Between the Ford F-250 and Ford F-350

  • The new Ford F-250 starts at $32,890 MSRP while the new Ford F-350 starts at $34,060.
  • The F-350 offers the available dual-rear wheel configuration while the F-250 does not.
  • The F-250 has a maximum payload capacity of 4,200 pounds, while the F-350 offers up to 7,630 pounds of maximum payload capacity.

Test Drive a New Ford Super Duty Model Today!

If you're interested in finding out which new Ford Super Duty truck is going to be the best fit for you we welcome you to join us at Bloomer Ford Inc to take both the new Ford F-250 and F-350 out for a test drive today!

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