FordF-Series Super Duty

Ford F-Series Super Duty

What weighs 30,000 pounds? Big Ben's Westminster bell. A navy ship anchor. Or as we found out during our first drive program for the 2015 Ford F-Series Super Duty, seven pallets of cinder blocks loaded onto a dual-axle gooseneck trailer. The test was part of a raft of towing demonstrations that…


2017 Ford F-450 Super Duty rated to tow 32,500 pounds

A stiffer chassis and upgraded engines mean a stronger truck.

The 2017 Ford F-Series Super Duty is lighter, stronger, and more powerful than before, which results in some impressive figures.
Ford Super Duty King Ranch, Platinum get vinyl floor option [UPDATE]

Ultra-durable floors on range-topping pickups look the part.

Vinyl as an interior material might get a bad rap, but Ford's floor treatment on the 2017 King Ranch and Platinum add durability without sacrificing aesthetics.
Ford's Super Duty skeleton camper is straight out of Mad Max

The contraption simulates a loaded camper for stability and handling tests.
Ford's Super Duty skeleton camper is straight out of Mad Max

The contraption simulates a loaded camper for stability and handling tests.
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2015 Ford F-Series Super Duty Power Stroke First Drive
Ford's F-250 Super Duty may look the same, but for 2015 it's got an uprated new engine and interior trimmings. We test the heavyweight hauler in this first drive review.
Ford announces recall of 220,000 units in three different actions

Ford is recalling three different vehicle lines built between model years 2011 and 2015, including a number of service and specialty commercial vehicles.
NHTSA closes Ford F-Series Super Duty steering probe without recall

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's investigation into 2008 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty pickups, which was originally opened last year, has now ended without a recall. NHTSA was looking into steering failures on some 336,000 trucks.
Ford recalls 16,000 F-Series pickups over transmission concern

Ford is recalling thousands of F-Series pickup trucks from the 2011 and 2012 model years over a transmission problem that, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, "fails to comply with the requirements of federal motor vehicle safety standard number 114, theft protection." NHTSA reports that the transmissions in these defective trucks can be shifted out of the park position without pressing the brake pedal due to a problem with the brake shift interlock switch.