New 2019 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cab Pickup
Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cab Pickup
The 2019 Ford Super Duty pickup is built for heavy work, but it’s comfortable, highly configurable and loaded with high-tech features.
2019 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cab Pricing
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2019 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cab KBB Expert Review
The 2019 Ford F-Series Super Duty pickup is built for people who need more than a half-ton truck. In other words, folks who tow heavy trailers or use their truck as a work vehicle in hardcore industries such as logging, construction or oil exploration. In essence, Ford’s F-250, F-350 and F-450 pickups are rolling tools, which is why they’re so common at job sites across the U.S. While heavy-duty competitors from Chevrolet, GMC, Nissan and Ram offer good towing ability, the Ford Super Duty is the champ, able to tow a maximum of 34,000 pounds when equipped with a gooseneck hitch. Topping it all off, the 2019 Super Duty, with its tough but light aluminum body, boasts one of the plushest cabins you’ll find in a full-size pickup.
You'll Like This Car If...
If best-in-class towing and payload figures don’t win you over, the 2019 Ford Super Duty’s optional Power Stroke diesel engine will. It has 935 lb-ft of torque. (Yes, you read that right.)
You May Not Like This Car If...
If you’re pinching pennies (or trying to pay for your kid’s college education) a loaded 2019 Ford Super Duty pickup may not be your best choice. Top models fetch $88,000 or more.
What's New for 2019
In a mostly carryover year, the Lariat Sport model gets a new Appearance Package with painted 20-inch wheels; an available FordPass 4G LTE modem provides better connectivity; and a new 1,000-watt Bang & Olufsen sound system with 10 speakers is available. Notably, CD players are no longer available in the Super Duty.
With either the 6.2-liter gasoline V8 or the 6.7-liter turbodiesel V8, the 2019 Ford Super Duty has no lack of torque. By full-size truck standards, acceleration is swift, and passing other vehicles on the highway is easy. While the diesel’s 935 lb-ft of torque is largely responsible for that stratospheric max tow rating of 34,000 pounds, most trucks in the Super Duty lineup range between 15,000 and 18,000 pounds when using conventional towing methods. There’s a familiar feeling inside the quiet and roomy cab, which comes as no surprise because the Super Duty shares its dash and seats with the half-ton Ford F-150. What’s more, the suspension is surprisingly compliant, and the optional Adaptive Steering helps reduce driver effort in slow-speed parking-lot maneuvering, such as when backing a trailer.
Ford’s Adaptive Steering system automatically changes the steering ratio for improved highway comfort and easier slow-speed maneuvering. The overall feel/fluidity of the electric-assist system feels not unlike that of a conventional hydraulic setup.
DRIVER ASSIST TECH
Seven electronic eyes assist with everything from connecting a trailer to revealing objects outside the driver’s line of sight. Numerous camera lenses show a 360-degree view around the Super Duty, as well as a 180-degree forward view. Blind-spot monitors even take into account the trailer’s blind spot. Also cool: The tire-pressure monitor keeps tabs on truck and trailer.
All three 2019 Ford Super Duty cabs (Regular Cab, SuperCab, Crew Cab) are roomy and built for comfort, with no shortage of available luxury. The cowboy-themed King Ranch, the Platinum and the top-of-the-line Limited coddle occupants in yards of leather while offering all the power-operated equipment you want. Heated and cooled front seats are available, as are 10-way-power adjustment and seat massagers. Sync 3, an intuitive multimedia hub offering Apple CarPlay, is standard on Lariat models and above.
The Super Duty remains big and boxy, with a sharply cut grille, headlights, mirrors and even fender flares. By now, you likely know the Super Duty’s body and bed are made from high-strength military-grade aluminum. This reduces vehicle weight without sacrificing toughness by allowing Ford to reinvest some of that weight in a stronger frame, axles and brakes. Even so, the Super Duty is lighter than the previous-generation Super Duty, so more of its Gross Combined Weight Rating (the max allowable combined mass of a vehicle, passengers and cargo in the tow vehicle, plus the mass of the trailer and its cargo) can be dedicated to carrying or hauling. Notable exterior details on the Super Duty include a tailgate step, LED lighting, power running boards, storable loading ramps, and a power-locking tailgate you can open with the remote.
Notable Standard Equipment
The 2019 Ford F-Series Super Duty comes standard with a 6.2-liter V8 and a 6-speed automatic transmission, 4-wheel disc brakes, an integrated trailer-brake controller, trailer-sway control, a 4-/7-pin trailer tow connector and a trailer hitch receiver. The base Super Duty has 17-inch wheels, an 8-foot bed, cargo lights, manually telescoping mirrors and a damped tailgate. Safety is addressed in all 2019 Super Duty models with AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control and six airbags, including a pair of side curtains.
Notable Optional Equipment
A Super Duty can be as posh or as functional as you’d like. Focusing on function, you can order your Super Duty with a 6.7-liter Power Stroke diesel V8, a heavy-duty alternator, electronic shift-on-the-fly 4-wheel-drive system, protective skidplates, a Trailer Tow camera, a 5th-wheel or gooseneck towing kit, a spray-in bedliner, a block heater, power-deployable running boards and even heavy-service suspension. On the comfort/convenience/safety front, order your truck with leather, FordPass Connect Wi-Fi, Sync 3, adaptive cruise control and a panoramic moonroof. Calling the Super Duty options list “extensive” is an understatement.
Under the Hood
The 6.2-liter gasoline V8, which burns regular unleaded and produces 430 lb-ft of torque, is backed by a heavy-duty 6-speed automatic transmission. The 6.7-liter Power Stroke diesel V8 cranks out an earth-moving 935 lb-ft of torque and also mates to a 6-speed automatic. Trucks in this size category are not rated by the EPA for fuel economy, but let it be known that the Super Duty Crew Cab long-bed (with 8-foot box) has a 48-gallon fuel tank. The Power Stroke diesel requires DEF (diesel exhaust fluid).
385 horsepower @ 5,750 rpm
430 lb-ft of torque @ 3,800 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: N/A
6.7-liter turbocharged diesel V8
450 horsepower @ 2,800 rpm
935 lb-ft of torque @ 1,800 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: N/A
The 2019 Ford F-Series Super Duty is offered as a Regular Cab, SuperCab and Crew Cab, with multiple bed lengths and 2- or 4-wheel drive. There are six trim levels: XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum and Limited. While an F-250 Regular Cab starts at a reasonable Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $34,645 (including a destination charge of $1,495), it’s easy for this Ford workhorse to get expensive. A 4x4 F-250 Limited Crew Cab, for example, has an MSRP of $81,935, more than double that of the base F-250. F-350s range from $35,810 to $84,585 (4x4 Limited Crew Cab), while F-450s, all with dual rear wheels, start at $48,870 and can reach an eye-opening $88,000 (4x4 Limited Crew Cab). The takeaway here: The Super Duty can get very expensive, but its pricing is similar to that of the Chevy Silverado HD2500/3500, Ram 2500/3500 Heavy-Duty, and GMC Sierra HD2500 or HD3500, although the Silverado and Sierra HDs top out at lower prices. Check the KBB.com Fair Purchase Price to see what this Ford is going for in your area.
Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cab Consumer Reviews
January 20, 2019
Ubelivable power available
Towing a 35 ft. Cardinal 5th wheel that comes in at around 18,000 lbs. The camper is a little heavier than I like, but 6.7 diesel has...
November 24, 2018
Power to spare
The 6.7L diesel is ideal for towing, with power to spare, especially on steep grades. The exhaust braking allows for steep downhill...
November 20, 2018
Great truck, no diesel engine needed!
We pull a 40ft 5th wheel just fine. Second one we owned. No issues with 2013 6.2L in 5 years we owned it! The aluminum is tougher than...
October 24, 2018
Nice 3/4 ton
This is my first new 3/4 ton truck and I've been very impressed with everything to date. I've had an older 01' Ram 2300 and a newer 15'...
August 04, 2018
This is my first ford,best truck i have ever owned
This my first Ford truck,best truck I have ever owned. It is a beast.6.2 engine ,auto,four wheel drive fx4,roomy and powerful, and haul...
June 08, 2018
This is the best tow vehicle Ive ever driven.
The new body design is one of my favorites Ford has ever released. The motor and drive train are absolutely fantastic with gobs of power...
March 26, 2018
Ford needs to have a way to have options you want and not have to buy a package. I understand Ford wants you to buy a certain package...
October 09, 2017
This is my first f250 I have owned the f150 before
My truck is tremendous. It has all the power that I need for towing my trailer. It is faster then you might think. Comfort is very good....
October 02, 2018
Ford F350 king Ranch Turbo Diesal
I will start by saying I have been a GMC guy for the 20+ years. My Ford I would rate on overall performance and comfort has exceeded my...
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