Ford calls their Super Duty truck “the most capable full-size pickup in America.” Once you start the engine, you’ll quickly see why. Whether you need to tow a weighty trailer for miles, haul a massive payload across your jobsite, or traverse a rough and wild trail, the brawny F-250 is up for the challenge. The truck also complements its astounding muscle with impressive technology, and you can utilize advanced driver assistance tools to make every task safe and enjoyable.
If you want to experience work-ready power as only Ford can deliver, come check out the F-250 at our Columbia dealership. Our representatives can show you all its tools and gear on a detailed vehicle walk-around, and we’ll work with your needs to find the trim and features to make it your own. We can also let you jump in for a test drive.
For 2021, Ford has expanded their Super Duty truck’s color options with new additions like Antimatter Blue and Lithium Gray. With any trim level you choose, you can equip the F-250 with a bed step for easy access. If you opt for the standard model with a dual-rear-wheel axle, you can load it with the XL Power Equipment bundle to add heated and telescoping trailer-tow mirrors.
Under the hood, you’ll find a 385-horsepower V8 engine that cranks out 430 lb-ft of torque. Other powertrain options include a 475-horsepower Power Stroke diesel that generates a herculean 1050 lb-ft of torque. When fully equipped for the work, the F-250 can tow up to 15,000 pounds and haul up to 4,323 pounds.
The steering and brakes are both reassuringly responsive, and you can opt for the available adaptive steering for an even smoother street and highway experience. When you need to leave the pavement behind, consider the FX4 Off-Road and Lariat Value bundles, which add gear like an enhanced rear axle and all-terrain tires.
On the inside, the cab is surprisingly handsome for a work-focused vehicle, with a stylish design and quality materials. From the practical Regular Cab to the cavernous Crew Cab, you and your passengers will have plenty of legroom, and you can upgrade the interior with various options like heated and ventilated front seats, ambient lighting, and leather-trimmed seating.
Ford offers a range of tech features to enhance every drive, including onboard Wi-Fi, wireless device charging, and satellite radio. Available driver assistance tools include adaptive cruise control and automatic emergency braking. The truck is available with blind spot monitoring, and the feature helps you keep a lookout even when you have a trailer attached.
The modern Ford Super Duty trucks are the latest in a long engineering evolution that began with the F-Series in 1958. These work trucks, the F-1, F-2, and F-3, debuted as half-ton, three-quarter ton, and heavy-duty models. While drivers admired the series’ impressive power, Ford fans soon expressed an interest in trucks that could handle tough work as well as street-friendly driving.
Ford’s answer was the F-150 full-size truck, which premiered in 1971. Just over a decade later, the maker stamped their iconic blue oval logo on its wide grille, and the truck had become a class leader in the years in between. By 1997, Ford wanted to differentiate their lauded truck models to suit both daily driving duties as well as commercial and heavy-duty towing needs. This led to the introduction of the Ford Super Duty line in 1998, and the F-250 arrived to handle towing and hauling jobs that went beyond the scope of the established full-size truck market.
When you need to tackle heavy-duty hauling and towing, come visit us at Walt Massey Ford. You can also go online to explore our entire new Ford inventory from home. Once you’ve found the vehicle you want, our experts will make financing a breeze, and we can get that ball rolling today when you apply with our secure form.