XLT 4x2 SD Super Cab 142 in. WB SRW
2009 Ford F-350

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2009 F-350 Overview

The Ford Super Duty line of heavy-duty pickup trucks received new styling inside and out along with a re-engineered suspension that delivers a smoother ride for 2008, so it's still a very new truck.In fact, it's the newest design among the heavy-duty pickups.Changes for 2009 are limited to trim and equipment.

A Cabela's special edition has joined the 2009 Super Duty FX4 line, a fun choice for hunters.Meanwhile, the Harley-Davidson edition has expanded to include the F-450 model, perfect for drivers who need to haul a big load of hogs.The F-450 is sort of a super Super Duty, a factory medium-duty big truck in pickup guise; Ford continues to be the only high-volume manufacturer to offer this type of truck.

Ford's Sync voice-activated hands-free communications and entertainment system is available on 2009 Super Duty models; Sync uses USB ports and Bluetooth wireless connectivity to link phones, media players, and other devices to the truck's system.Voice-activated navigation with Sirius Travel Link and an eight-inch touch-screen is available, also.For commercial and owner-operators, Ford's Work Solutions system provides facilities for GPS linking; add a laptop and printer and your truck is a rolling office.

Every model in the lineup gets more standard equipment for 2009.Even the base model now comes with air conditioning, Securilock and trailer towing mirrors, while top-line trim comes with heated seats and a rearview camera.That camera is hugely helpful when backing the truck up to a trailer coupling; no more jumping out six times to get it lined up properly.

This latest generation of Ford Super Duty trucks is more refined than the pre-2008 models.It has more of the work ability you expect from a heavy-duty pickup, yet it is more comfortable, rides better, and delivers more in the cost-benefit analysis.It's also 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, pull a small car, or tow a small house.

Need a truck to work? The Super Duty line can haul from one to three tons.It can tow from three tons to more than 12 tons.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 the entire trunk of some sports cars.If you don't need a truck to perform heavy duty work, stop reading here and look for New Car Test Drive's review of the new Ford F-150 lineup.
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2009 F-350 Overview

The Ford Super Duty line of heavy-duty pickup trucks received new styling inside and out along with a re-engineered suspension that delivers a smoother ride for 2008, so it's still a very new truck.In fact, it's the newest design among the heavy-duty pickups.Changes for 2009 are limited to trim and equipment.

A Cabela's special edition has joined the 2009 Super Duty FX4 line, a fun choice for hunters.Meanwhile, the Harley-Davidson edition has expanded to include the F-450 model, perfect for drivers who need to haul a big load of hogs.The F-450 is sort of a super Super Duty, a factory medium-duty big truck in pickup guise; Ford continues to be the only high-volume manufacturer to offer this type of truck.

Ford's Sync voice-activated hands-free communications and entertainment system is available on 2009 Super Duty models; Sync uses USB ports and Bluetooth wireless connectivity to link phones, media players, and other devices to the truck's system.Voice-activated navigation with Sirius Travel Link and an eight-inch touch-screen is available, also.For commercial and owner-operators, Ford's Work Solutions system provides facilities for GPS linking; add a laptop and printer and your truck is a rolling office.

Every model in the lineup gets more standard equipment for 2009.Even the base model now comes with air conditioning, Securilock and trailer towing mirrors, while top-line trim comes with heated seats and a rearview camera.That camera is hugely helpful when backing the truck up to a trailer coupling; no more jumping out six times to get it lined up properly.

This latest generation of Ford Super Duty trucks is more refined than the pre-2008 models.It has more of the work ability you expect from a heavy-duty pickup, yet it is more comfortable, rides better, and delivers more in the cost-benefit analysis.It's also 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, pull a small car, or tow a small house.

Need a truck to work? The Super Duty line can haul from one to three tons.It can tow from three tons to more than 12 tons.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 the entire trunk of some sports cars.If you don't need a truck to perform heavy duty work, stop reading here and look for New Car Test Drive's review of the new Ford F-150 lineup.Hide Full Review