The heavy-duty 2019 F-250 brings its A-game, keeping you safe and comfortable as this Ford tows and hauls massive loads. Once upon a time, this truck was only for commercial use, but more and more they're moving into the private sector. And for good reason. With awesome hauling and towing utility, now you too can run with the big boys.
What's New for the 2019 Ford F-250?
This year, this heavy-duty truck introduces a new optional B&O Play premium stereo system to replace the old Sony option. Turn up the volume and the audio remains crystal clear. There's also a new Lariat Sport package. This package includes running boards to help you get in and out of this lifted truck with ease. The package's 20-inch wheels attract notice on the highway. The Lariat Sport package also delivers a spray-in bedliner to protect the bed from heavy equipment.
How Much Can the 2019 Ford F-250 Tow and Haul?
Drivers choose this heavy-duty pickup because the F-250 can tow and haul payloads that light-duty trucks can't manage. Properly equipped, this Ford can tow max loads of 17,500 pounds. That's equivalent a massive toy hauler or boat. On a more practical note, you can tow heavy machinery and construction supplies, no problem. Depending on configuration, the F-250 can haul payloads of up to 3,540 pounds. This truck is an excellent choice for drivers who need to haul heavy equipment on a regular basis.
How Can You Configure the 2019 Ford F-250?
There's a heavy-duty 2019 Ford F-250 for every kind of driver. Choose from three cabin options: regular, extended SuperCab, and crew cabin. The latter is the best option for families and work crews, as the F-250 offers the biggest backseat. You can choose between the 6.8- and 8.2-foot bed, depending on what you need to haul. The F-250 is also available as six trim models, ranging from basic to opulent: the XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited.
You can also choose between gas and diesel powertrains. This heavy-duty truck comes standard with a 6.2-liter V8 engine rated for 385 horsepower and 430 pound-feet of torque. To tow maximum loads, upgrade to the turbocharged 6.7-liter diesel V8 engine. It makes 450 horses and 935 pound-feet of torque for the most in heavy-duty performance. No matter what configuration works for your needs, you can always add four-wheel drive to the F-250 for excellent off-road performance.
What Features Are on Offer?
This heavy-duty work truck actively helps you get the job done. Mount the rearview camera to the back of a trailer for maximum visibility as you move heavy trailers. Both the lane-keeping assist and blind-spot monitoring systems can be programed to take the length of a trailer into account. This technology helps you exit the highway with increased vigilance.
This Ford truck hauls heavy-duty loads like a pro. But the F-250 is also stacked with modern comfort features, so you'll always enjoy your ride to the jobsite. The crew cabin even doubles a family hauler - it's that spacious. And, with upscale features like leather upholstery and heated seats on offer, you may even find yourself looking forward to being stuck in rush-hour traffic.