2019 Ford F-350 Concept Reveal News
The new 2019 Ford F-350 belongs to a family of super-durable full service trucks. It may seem confusing with regard to a sleek payload and towing capacity, as well as the powerful engine under the hood. We were able to choose from three cab styles (regular cab, crew cab and extended cab) and three basic trim levels XLT, XL major and premium variant. The regular cab has one-row and two-door seats, while the spacious cab is equipped with second row seats, although the crew cab has a much larger rear cabin and four doors. All cabins can be raised for both 6.75 and 8 feet of your bed.
It may seem that the exterior design of the 2019 Ford F-350 has mostly retained the characteristics of a previous model, although minor and slightly visible modifications have been made. However, you will probably notice different colors available. The massive grid in the front fascia indicates that there is a monster under the hood. The 18-inch wheels are delivered as standard.
When we look inside the 2019 Ford F-350 cabin, we feel like luxury and comfort. In addition to soft-touch materials, including leather in the upper trim levels that were used for upholstery, its fascinating that the truck cab with such a powerful engine can be so quiet. This is because of excellent sound insulation. Information and entertainment features include MyFord Touch System, an eight-inch touch screen, Bluetooth, audio system, air conditioning, navigation system and more. The standard set of safety features includes a start assist mounting function, airbags, tilt and telescoping steering wheel, trailer roll control and an electronic stability and traction control system. For the most demanding customers, there is also a remote starter system, a reversing camera system and more advanced functions.
You can choose between two engine options if you are curious to get the new 2019 Ford F-350. If you favor the gasoline engine, there is a standard Triton 6.2-liter V-8. This produces 385 hp and 405 lb-ft of torque when the gross excess weight (GCWR) score is less than 10,000 pounds, and 316 hp and 397 lb-ft of torque on models with a GVWR of more than 10,000 pounds, consequently. The other option is a 6.7-liter V-8 turbo diesel with enough power to deliver 440 horsepower and 860 lb-ft of torque. The largest towing capacity of a turbo diesel engine is 19,000 pounds with a traditional problem and 26,700 pounds with a fifth wheel / gooseneck problem. For four-wheel-drive, diesel-powered Crew Cab models, the combined total weight (GCWR) increases to 35,000 pounds, while the maximum payload increases to 7,260 pounds. Each engine is paired with a TorqShift six-speed automatic transmission with Select Shift and a Haul / Pull function and an RWD, while AWD is also available. Once discharged, the speed of 0-60 mph occurs in about 8 seconds.
The new 2019 Ford F-350 has been available since the beginning of 2018. The base model costs about $ 32,000 and the price goes up to $ 51,000.