After receiving an upgraded 6.7-liter turbodiesel V8 last year, the Ford Super Duty gets only minor changes for 2016. Among them are optional 4-corner LED warning strobe lights and a rapid-heat supplemental cabin heater in cold-weather states.
With its upgraded engine, the 2015 Ford Super Duty handily trumps Chevy and Ram. With the new engine, stronger frame, and upgraded towing package, the 2015 F-350 can tow up to 26,500 pounds. Not enough? The even bigger 2015 F-450 can haul an amazing 31,200 pounds.
In the never ending battle for whose truck has the biggest numbers, Ford trumps Chevy and Ram this year by nudging the 2014 Ford Super Duty pickup to in impressive 18,500 pound conventional tow rating and an equally big 7,260 pound maximum payload capacity.
About Ford F350 Super Duty Crew Cab
The 2016 Ford Super Duty is the big brother of the best-selling vehicle in America – the F-150. Where that light-duty truck's capabilities end, these heavy-duty ones begin. Available as the F-250, F-350 and F-450, the F-Series Super Duty trucks are built for heavy towing and professional applications. In other words, these are trucks that thrive as being workhorses rather than mere family haulers or office commuters. Even so, while many of the basic models will live their lives as work trucks in fleets, a 2016 Super Duty can be outfitted with luxury-car levels of features and amenities. The F-Series line of heavy-duty pickups comes in a wide variety of cab and bed configurations, offered with stout gasoline or diesel engines.