2016 Ford F450 - Ford Cars Review
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2016 Ford F450, Current model is present from 2011 and seems very reasonable that next-generation model comes as 2016 Ford F450. For now, it is hard to say something more about trucks outside look because it is completely camouflaged and company keeps all details as secret, but is expected that it will look much modern and attractive, although it should keep its recognizable conventional look. There are plenty of rumors that new Super Duty trucks will use many new technologies that were introduced with 2015 F150 and one of the most important is the use of lightweight materials in its body structure. If this is for real, 2016 Ford F450 definitely won’t be an exception, so it will feature new aluminum-made body, which will provide massive weight loss. New F150 is for around 700 pounds lighter, compared to its predecessor so should expect similar results with Super Duty series. As you probably know, current F450 features several unique details that separates it from other models and it is expected that 2016 year model will keep in the same way. For example, it will be available only in AWD configuration and only in a crew cab with a dual rear-wheel 8-foot bed variant and specially-designed Alcoa Forged wheels. The 2016 F450 should be available in same trims as current model and those are XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch and Platinum.Current model is powered by 6.7 liter PowerStroke turbodiesel V8 engine, which is mated to the six-speed TorqShift automatic transmission. Last year, this engine was upgraded, so it will remain for the new 2016 Ford F450. The maximum output is 440 horses and 880 lb-ft of max torque. Towing capacity is 31.200 lbs for 2015 year model, but this result could be improved with next-generation model. As we already said, it will be available only in AWD configuration.
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