The 2017 Ford F-Series Super Duty Is Coming to Middleton, Nova Scotia

The 2017 Ford F-Series Super Duty Is Coming to Middleton, Nova Scotia

The 2017 Ford F-Series Super Duty Is Coming to Middleton, Nova Scotia

The 2017 Ford F-Series Super Duty is now more capable than ever. Completely redesigned for 2017, it now has an impressive maximum gooseneck towing capacity of 32,500 pounds on the F-450. More powerful engines, more equipment and more options make the Super Duty line up the best work vehicles ever built.

Two engines are available with Super Duty trucks: the 6.7-liter Power Stroke V8 turbo diesel is rated at 440 hp and 925 lb.-ft. of torque, available on every pickup truck from F-250 to F-450, and the standard 6.2-liter V8 gasoline engine that develops 385 hp and 430 lb.-ft of torque. Both diesel and gasoline engines are couple with the rugged TorqShift six-speed SelectShift automatic transmission.

Better Towing for the F-Series Super Duty in Middleton, Nova Scotia

Along with the great gooseneck towing capacity mentioned above, the F-Series Super Duty truck can now offer fifth-wheel towing capacity of up to 27,500 pounds. Maximum payload is now rated at up to 7,630 pounds. Towing is simpler than ever before, because the 2017 F-Series Super Duty trucks now come with class-exclusive smart technologies that make the operation a breeze.

These features include BLIS® with trailer tow, adaptive cruise control that works with the heaviest trailers, and Trailer Reverse Guidance (more details below).

More Technology for the F-Series Super Duty in Middleton, Nova Scotia

Inside, comfort is perfectly blended with technology and practicality designed to work, anywhere. The 2017 Ford F-Series Super Duty is available with a second row full flat load floor with clever crew cab storage system to enable convenient storage of bulk items, without having the rear seats in the way.

Also available are the rear 110-VOLT/400-WATT outlet to power almost anything needed on the jobsite. Inside, the F-Series Super Duty trucks come with the latest version of Sync 3 for maximum connectivity and entertainment. One of the best features is undoubtedly Ford’s Trailer Reverse Guidance System.

This state of the art system uses a series of cameras in the truck’s tailgate and exterior mirrors, to track the trailer’s angle while backing up. These reverse cameras can be combined with a 180-degree front camera to provide full 360-degree viewing while maneuvering at slow speed.

Outside, the completely redesigned Super Duty is not only functional; it also looks stylish and ready to work. Plenty of premium elements are offered with this new pickup truck, elements like available quad-beam headlamps (with four low beams and four high beams), the 170-degree doors (supercab) for maximum accessibility for cargo or personnel.

It is also available with the BoxLink system for securing cargo and the available Pickup box with LED illumination, because you don’t want to spend time searching tools and equipment in the box.

Ford’s new F-Series Super Duty pick-up trucks are the top candidates to get the work done.

Picture source: http://www.caranddriver.com/news/2017-ford-f-series-super-duty-official-photos-and-info


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