XLT 4x4 SD Regular Cab 137 in. WB SRW HD
2004 Ford F-350

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2004 F-350 Overview

The 2004 Ford Super Duty pickups look like serious big rigs, and they are.The F-250 and F-350 are willing and able to pull their weight.When you need haul more than 3000 pounds, or tow more than 9900 pounds, then even the best-equipped F-150 isn't quite up to the job.That's where the Super Duty trucks come in, with payload capacities of up to 5500 pounds, and the ability to tow up to 14,200 pounds.

The Ford Super Duty F-250 competes with the other heavyweights from Detroit: the Dodge Ram 2500, Chevrolet Silverado 2500, and GMC Sierra 2500.The F-350, with its optional dual rear wheels, competes against the 3500-series models from GM and Dodge.

The Super Duty pickups feature first-class powertrains.The standard 5.4-liter V8 gas engine was revised for 2003 for quieter and more refined operation.For 2004, the 6.0-liter turbo-diesel V8 has been recalibrated for lower emissions.A 6.8-liter gasoline V10 is also available.

The Super Duty trucks are not the latest in truck design and don't offer the level of chassis sophistication of their counterparts from GM and Dodge.So they don't ride or handle as well.

However, Ford continues to update its Super Duty pickups to make them more family-friendly.The base interior was recently upgraded and a power sliding moonroof is available for crew cabs.Several other new interior features further enhance comfort and convenience for 2004.Ford sells more pickups in the over-8500-pound GVWR range than GM or Dodge.
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2004 F-350 Overview

The 2004 Ford Super Duty pickups look like serious big rigs, and they are.The F-250 and F-350 are willing and able to pull their weight.When you need haul more than 3000 pounds, or tow more than 9900 pounds, then even the best-equipped F-150 isn't quite up to the job.That's where the Super Duty trucks come in, with payload capacities of up to 5500 pounds, and the ability to tow up to 14,200 pounds.

The Ford Super Duty F-250 competes with the other heavyweights from Detroit: the Dodge Ram 2500, Chevrolet Silverado 2500, and GMC Sierra 2500.The F-350, with its optional dual rear wheels, competes against the 3500-series models from GM and Dodge.

The Super Duty pickups feature first-class powertrains.The standard 5.4-liter V8 gas engine was revised for 2003 for quieter and more refined operation.For 2004, the 6.0-liter turbo-diesel V8 has been recalibrated for lower emissions.A 6.8-liter gasoline V10 is also available.

The Super Duty trucks are not the latest in truck design and don't offer the level of chassis sophistication of their counterparts from GM and Dodge.So they don't ride or handle as well.

However, Ford continues to update its Super Duty pickups to make them more family-friendly.The base interior was recently upgraded and a power sliding moonroof is available for crew cabs.Several other new interior features further enhance comfort and convenience for 2004.Ford sells more pickups in the over-8500-pound GVWR range than GM or Dodge.Hide Full Review