New Ford F-Series Super Duty pickup truck to offer best-in-class towing capabilities

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The 2023 Ford F-Series Super Duty pickup truck will offer best-in-class towing performance, the Blue Oval brand announced.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • What is the maximum towing capacity of the 2023 Ford F-Series Super Duty pickup truck?

    The 2023 Ford F-Series Super Duty pickup truck has a maximum towing capacity of 40,000 pounds (18,143kg).
  • How much is the 2023 Ford F-Series Super Duty truck?

    The 2023 Ford F-Series Super Duty pickup truck is priced at $43,970 (P2.572 million).
  • According to the Dearborn-based automotive brand, the upcoming 2023 Ford F-Series Super Duty truck will offer around 1,600Nm of pulling power, a towing capacity of approximately 18,000 kilograms (kg), and a payload capacity of about 3,600kg.

    A heavy-duty pickup truck through and through, the 2023 Ford F-Series Super Duty truck will help would-be owners haul more and tow more.

    “The all-new 2023 Super Duty is designed and engineered for America’s builders. Our job is to help make our customers’ work feel easy, and this truck nails that commitment. The combination of purpose-built construction, powerful engines, 10-speed transmissions, and new technology means our customers can work, tow, and haul with absolute confidence,” said Super Duty Chief Program Engineer Andrew Kernahan.

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    The 2023 Ford F-Series Super Duty pickup truck will offer the best maximum tow rating for all types of trailering which are conventional (including pintle), fifth-wheel, and gooseneck trailers.

    Here are a few figures from Ford:

    • Best maximum available gooseneck towing of 40,000 pounds (18,143kg) with F-450 pickup
    • Best maximum available gooseneck in F-350/3500 DRW pickup subsegment with 38,000 pounds (17,236kg)
    • Best maximum available 5th wheel towing of 35,000 pounds (15,875kg) with F-450 DRW pickup
    • Best maximum available conventional towing capacity in its class at 30,000 pounds (13,607kg)
    • Best maximum available conventional towing in the F350/3500 DRW subsegment of 28,000 pounds (12,700kg)
    • Best maximum available conventional towing in the F350/3500 SRW subsegment of 25,000 pounds (11,339kg)
    • Best diesel F-250/2500 pickups subsegment maximum available towing with F-250 offering 23,000 pounds (10,432kg)
    • Best maximum available 7.3-liter V8 gas F-350 DRW conventional towing of 22,000 pounds (9,979kg)
    • F-350 equipped with Tremor Off-Road and Power Stroke high-output diesel is rated at 23,000 pounds towing a gooseneck (10,432kg)
    • Best maximum towing for an F-350/3500 gas Tremor Off-Road with 21,000 pounds (9,525kg)

    Per Ford, the 2023 F-Series Super Duty pickup truck will also be equipped with innovations to increase towing confidence even in the toughest conditions. The available Pro Trailer Hitch Assist will help steer the truck to align the hitch ball to the receiver while the optional Smart Hitch will help customers distribute trailer weight properly. Meanwhile, the 360-Degree Trailer Camera Package will provide a birds-eye view of the truck, cargo box, and trailer.

    An available full-color head-up display will help keep the driver’s eyes on the road and show turn-by-turn Trailer Navigation that customizes the driver’s route to make it easier to drive with a trailer.

    The 2023 Ford F-Series Super Duty will be assembled at the company’s Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville, Kentucky, and the brand’s Ohio Assembly Plant in Avon Lake, Ohio. United States (US) customers can now place their orders with deliveries planned for early 2023. Pricing currently starts at $43,970 (P2.572 million).

    Photos from Ford

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