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2020 Ford Super Duty F-250 King Ranch Experience

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The 2020 Ford Super Duty has a kingdom to protect among heavy-duty competitors from Ram and Chevrolet.
Ford’s venerable workhorse heavy-duty pickup truck gets a fresh face this year to compete with newer rivals from Ram and General Motors.

With the 2020 Super Duty, Ford has a lineup of three-quarter and one-ton pickups that span an impressive range from work-ready tools to tony trucks tricked with tech, leather, and plentiful space for four adults.

The 2020 Ford Super Duty will go on sale in fall 2019 and will be offered in F-250 and F-350 specifications, the latter available in single- or dual-rear wheel configuration. F-450 pickups are available for even more hauling capability.
The Super Duty will be available in XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, and Platinum trims. Ford hasn't yet said how much it will cost, although we imagine it won't stray far from the current truck's entry price of roughly $35,000.

Ford Super Duty performance

The 2020 Ford Super Duty gets a new, optional 7.3-liter V-8 gas engine that’ll likely be the payload champ. An optional 6.7-liter turbodiesel is the towing champ among the Ford lineup; last year it was rated to tow up to 35,100 pounds in certain configurations. The 6.2-liter gas V-8 returns for 2020 and is standard on all trucks.
Ford Super Duty comfort, safety, and features

Three cab configurations, two bed lengths, and multiple trim levels spread the 2020 Super Duty lineup. Regular cab, extended cab, and four-door crew cabs offer varying comfort for between two and five adults. Crew cabs are the most popular and the most spacious. A 6-foot-4 bed and 8-foot bed are available on most cabs; regular cabs only do with 8-foot beds.

The new Super Duty is available in a broad number of trims and offer interior materials that range from wash-and-ready vinyl to soft nappa leather and real wood trim accents.

Ford offers blind-spot monitors, forward collision warnings, adaptive cruise control, and lane-departure warnings on the Super Duty, and for the first time this year, automatic emergency braking on XLT and higher trims.
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