XLT 4x2 SD Super Cab 158 in. WB SRW
2008 Ford F-350

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2008 F-350 Overview

The 2008 Ford Super Duty pickups feature new styling inside and out along with a re-engineered suspension that delivers a smoother ride.A new diesel engine and a new F-450 pickup are designed to handle the needs of ever-increasing agricultural, boat, and RV trailer weights.Other revisions and refinements are designed to address customer comment and stricter emissions standards.

Two words can define the 2008 Super Duty relative to the previous iteration: refined and more.It has more of the work ability you expect from a heavy-duty pickup, yet it is more comfortable, rides better, delivers more in the cost-benefit analysis, and is more environmentally friendly, a lexicon not normally applied to big trucks.With realistic expectations, any faults will seem minute when compared to the ability to plow a big parking lot, carry a small car or tow a small house.

The 2008 Super Duty is not an all-new truck.Some body panels, engines and transmissions continue.But many aspects more substantial than the front-end styling have changed.It has a new interior in five different flavors from hose-out to leather lux, a new diesel engine, more added features, and should cost less based on equipment than the outgoing model.

And in a first for any major pickup manufacturer Ford has added a medium-duty pickup, the F-450, to the line.This model will be pricey by pickup standards, probably over $60,000 loaded, but it offers load capacity and towing ability never before found in a pickup, and is capable of carrying 5,000 pounds of hay and towing an 18,500-pound horse trailer simultaneously.

Need a truck to work? The Super Duty line can haul from one ton to three.It can tow from three tons to more than twelve.It can carry three to six real-world people with room to spare.And the door pockets, glovebox, and console will hold more stuff than some sports cars' trunks.If you don't need a truck to perform heavy duty work, stop reading here.
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2008 F-350 Overview

The 2008 Ford Super Duty pickups feature new styling inside and out along with a re-engineered suspension that delivers a smoother ride.A new diesel engine and a new F-450 pickup are designed to handle the needs of ever-increasing agricultural, boat, and RV trailer weights.Other revisions and refinements are designed to address customer comment and stricter emissions standards.

Two words can define the 2008 Super Duty relative to the previous iteration: refined and more.It has more of the work ability you expect from a heavy-duty pickup, yet it is more comfortable, rides better, delivers more in the cost-benefit analysis, and is more environmentally friendly, a lexicon not normally applied to big trucks.With realistic expectations, any faults will seem minute when compared to the ability to plow a big parking lot, carry a small car or tow a small house.

The 2008 Super Duty is not an all-new truck.Some body panels, engines and transmissions continue.But many aspects more substantial than the front-end styling have changed.It has a new interior in five different flavors from hose-out to leather lux, a new diesel engine, more added features, and should cost less based on equipment than the outgoing model.

And in a first for any major pickup manufacturer Ford has added a medium-duty pickup, the F-450, to the line.This model will be pricey by pickup standards, probably over $60,000 loaded, but it offers load capacity and towing ability never before found in a pickup, and is capable of carrying 5,000 pounds of hay and towing an 18,500-pound horse trailer simultaneously.

Need a truck to work? The Super Duty line can haul from one ton to three.It can tow from three tons to more than twelve.It can carry three to six real-world people with room to spare.And the door pockets, glovebox, and console will hold more stuff than some sports cars' trunks.If you don't need a truck to perform heavy duty work, stop reading here.Hide Full Review