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2015 Ford Super Duty Review , They have heavy duty steel latter frames, engines that are more powerful then the ones in regular F Series trucks and much bigger towing capacities then their lighter F Series counterparts. Not long time ago Ford Super Duty were part of National Highway Traffic Safety Administration investigation because of the steering wheel problems, although they found no mistakes in the trucks and decided the accidents were made by drivers. Super Duty Ford trucks were made to compete with GMC Sierra, Chevy Silverado and Ram heavy duty pick up trucks.
Depending on the truck you choose (from F 250 to 750) there are vast number of exterior features. F 450 for example is offered only in one body style while the rest of the Ford’s Super Duty trucks have more available body styles depending on the purpose the truck is going to be used. You can choose from 2 to 4 door crew cabs, double crew cabs, regular cabs, you name it…
There is going to be a big change in the Ford Super Duty performance for the 2015 model year. Horsepower and torque levels of 2015 Ford Super Duty lines are going to be drastically increased, although the engine stays the same, good old 6.7-liter Power Stroke turbodiesel V8. New models are going to deliver 440 horsepower and 860 pound feet of torque. Tow capacity will also go up, for example 2015 Ford F 450 Super Duty will be able to tow 31,200 pounds.
Prices of new Super Duty models for 2015 are not out yet, and we still don’t know when are they going to be released.Pick up trucks are becoming more popular then ever and from working units they are becoming status items. Each model year tow capacity, horsepower and torque go up and today’s heavy duty trucks have the same specs as the regular pick up trucks of tomorrow.
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