Quick Facts to Know: 2019 Ford F-350

December 05, 2018 by Chris Teague

The Ford F-350 is a full-size pickup truck that competes with the Chevrolet Silverado 3500 and Ram 3500.
As the midpoint in the Super Duty lineup, the F-350 sits above the very similar F-250 in towing capability and price and below the dually-only F-450. Despite sharing dimensions and engine choices with the F-250, the F-350 has a heavier-duty six-speed transmission, stiffer springs and different axle configurations to support a much higher tow rating.
Here is a summary of the Ford F-350’s specifications:

Pricing

  • The 2019 Ford F-350 XL has a starting price of $35,815 including a $1,495 destination fee.
  • The 2019 F-350 Limited has a starting price of $82,910 including $1,495 in destination charges.
  • The 2018 Ford F-350 had a starting price of $35,815 including a $1,495 destination charge.

Trims

  • The 2019 Ford F-350 is available in six trim levels: XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum and Limited.
  • The F-350 is available with a regular cab, super cab or crew cab.

Dimensions

  • The 2019 F-350 has a wheelbase that ranges from 141.6 inches to 176.0 inches, depending on cab and bed configurations.
  • The F-350’s overall length ranges from 231.8 inches to 266.2 inches depending, on cab and bed configurations.
  • With single rear wheels, the F-350 has a width of 80 inches. With dual rear wheels, the width is 96 inches.

Powertrain

  • The 2019 F-350 comes standard with a 6.2-liter V8 engine that has 385 horsepower and 430 pound-feet of torque.
  • A 6.7-liter Power Stroke V8 turbo diesel with 450 horsepower and 935 pound-feet of torque is available.
  • The F-350 comes standard with a heavy-duty six-speed automatic transmission.
  • The F-350 comes standard as a single-rear-wheel truck but has a dual-rear-wheel upgrade option.

Towing

  • The 2019 F-350 with single-rear-wheel configuration can tow a conventional trailer weighing up to 18,000 pounds. With dual rear wheels, the weight limit increases to 21,000 pounds.
  • The F-350 can tow a fifth-wheel trailer that weighs up to 21,500 pounds with single rear wheels or up to 27,500 pounds with dual rear wheels.
  • The F-350 can tow a gooseneck trailer up to 21,500 pounds with single rear wheels or up to 32,000 pounds with dual rear wheels.

Mileage

  • The EPA classifies the Ford F-350 as a commercial vehicle and does not provide fuel economy ratings for the truck.

Safety

  • The 2019 F-350 comes standard with roll stability control, front and side airbags, a passive anti-theft system, trailer sway control and an SOS post-crash alert system.
  • Available safety features include blind-sport monitors, adaptive cruise control, a reverse sensing system and LED rear/bed lighting.

Infotainment

  • The F-350 comes standard with the Ford SYNC system and a rearview camera.
  • The SYNC 3 system with app capability and Apple CarPlay is available in the Lariat trim.
  • Available features include voice-activated navigation, a fleet-management system, a telematics modem and a center high-mounted stop lamp camera for trailer assist.

Comfort & Convenience

  • The F-350 is available with hill-start assist, an engine-block heater, deployable running boards, vinyl floors and a spray-in bedliner.
  • Various options packages are available that include tow packages, a snow plow-prep package, a sport appearance package and a heavy-duty suspension package.

Editor’s note: All photos courtesy of Ford.

Research: 2019 Ford F-350 Super Duty

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