The new 2019 Ford F-350 belongs to a family of extremely sustainable full-service trucks. It may seem confusing in terms of lean load and towing capacity, as well as the powerful engine under the hood. We can choose from three cabin versions (standard cab, crew cab and extended cab) and three basic acceleration levels XLT, XL Major and Premium. The standard cabin has seats with one and two doors, while the spacious cabin is equipped with seats in the second row, although the crew cabin has a much larger aft cabin and four doors. All cabins can be raised for 6,75 or 8 feet of your bed.
It seems that the exterior design of the 2019 Ford F-350 has largely retained the characteristics of a previous model, although minor and somewhat visible changes have been made. However, you will probably notice other colors. The continuous grille in the front panel indicates that there is a sample under the hood. The 18-inch wheels are supplied as standard.
When we look into the 2019 Ford F-350 cabin, we feel like luxury and comfort. It is intriguing that the truck cab with such a powerful engine is so quiet in addition to the soft-touch materials, including leather in the upper trim levels for upholstery. This is due to the excellent sound insulation. Information and entertainment features include the MyFord Touch System, an eight-inch touch screen, Bluetooth, audio system, air conditioning, navigation and much more. The standard safety features include a jump start assembly function, airbags, tilt and telescopic steering wheel, trailer steering control and an electronic stability and traction control system. For the most demanding customers there is also a remote start system, a reversing camera system and advanced features.
You can choose between two engine options if you are interested in the new 2019 Ford F-350. If you’re a proponent of the gasoline engine, there’s a Triton 6.2-liter V-8. This produces a torque of 385 hp and 405 lb-ft when the gross overweight (GCWR) value for models with a GVWR of over 10,000 lbs is under 10,000 lbs and a torque of 316 hp and 397 lb-ft (Torque) is present. The other option is a 6.7-liter V-8 turbodiesel with sufficient power for 440 hp and a torque of 860 lb-ft. The largest tractive effort of a turbo diesel engine is 19,000 pounds with a traditional problem and 26,700 pounds with a fifth wheel/gooseneck problem. For diesel engines with four-wheel drive and diesel engine power, the total weight (GCWR) increases to 35,000 pounds, while the maximum carrying capacity increases to 7,260 pounds. Each engine is connected to a TorqShift six-speed automatic transmission with select-shift and pull-pull function and a RWD. AWD is also available. Once unloaded, the speed of 0-60 miles per hour is reached in about 8 seconds.
The new 2019 Ford F-350 has been available since the beginning of 2018. The base model costs about 32,000 US dollars and the price rises to 51,000 US dollars.