2023 Ford F-250 Super Duty Overview
The Ford F-250 Super Duty has built a reputation as a powerful and dependable pickup, recognized for its robust construction and extraordinary towing and payload capacities. Customers of the Camp Verde Ford dealer appreciate the F-250’s solid build, which allows it to take on the most demanding tasks with ease. With an array of cutting-edge features and technology, the F-250 Super Duty offers a comfortable yet capable driving experience, making it a popular choice for those who require a truck that can manage substantial workloads.
For 2023, Ford unveils an entirely new F-250 Super Duty. The 2023 F-250 Super Duty showcases brand-new exterior and interior styling, innovative technology, and new engine choices. According to the Camp Verde Ford dealership, the F-250 Super Duty also introduces numerous new technological features that enhance driving and towing safety and convenience, such as a fifth wheel and gooseneck trailering blind-spot-monitoring system. The F-250 Super Duty further also boasts a 5G Wi-Fi hotspot and a first-of-its-kind “tailgate down” backup camera.
The automotive media gives the 2023 Ford F-250 Super Duty high marks. Edmunds writes: “The F-150 is one of the best-selling vehicles in the history of the world (read that again). But for towing seriously heavy loads, the standard F-150 won't always cut the mustard. That's exactly why Ford sells the Super Duty lineup, which starts at the F-250 grade. ... Think of the Super Duty as the F-150 that decided to hit the gym, big time.”
The 7.3-liter V8 engine benefits from a modified air intake and fine-tuned calibration, while a brand-new 6.7-liter Power Stroke V8 diesel engine also joins the lineup. Externally, the redesigned Super Duty incorporates design elements seen in Ford’s F-150 and Maverick pickups, including the characteristic “C-clamp” lighting. Inside, drivers are greeted by a new digital instrument cluster, a restyled dashboard, and an infotainment screen up to 12.0 inches. Additionally, the XLT and Lariat trims now get standard four-wheel drive, while rear-wheel drive remains standard on the base XL.
The F-250 Super Duty’s standard V8 engine now features a 6.8-liter displacement, an increase from 6.2 liters, and is reported to deliver enhanced low-end power. The 7.3-liter gasoline engine sees a few minor upgrades, but the spotlight is on the 6.7-liter Power Stroke diesel engine, which gets upgraded exhaust manifolds, a new turbocharger, and specialized tuning. All powerplants are paired to a 10-speed automatic gearbox. Although Ford has yet to disclose horsepower or torque numbers for the engines, the automaker assures us the figures will be impressive.
Similarly, Ford has yet to announce towing and hauling ratings for the 2023 F-250 Super Duty. The automaker has integrated several trailering-assist features, such as onboard scales with Smart Hitch, which provide real-time estimates of cargo weight and guidance on trailer tongue-weight distribution. Another notable feature is Trailer Navigation, which customizes travel routes based on trailer dimensions and weight.
The entry-level XL trim is equipped with an 8.0-inch infotainment touchscreen, while higher-end models receive a larger 12.0-inch display. A customizable 12.0-inch digital instrument cluster is also available. Ford has incorporated a 5G Wi-Fi hotspot, fleet management software, and onboard telematics to assist businesses in monitoring their trucks’ locations and ensuring operators stay up to date on maintenance.
New safety technology includes adaptive cruise control with lane centering, stop-and-go traffic assist, forward parking sensors, and automatic emergency braking.