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Ford F-250 Reviews from Consumer Reports

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Ford F-250 Reviews

The Ford F-250 is a regular cab, extended cab, crew cab offered in a 2WD Crew Cab 156" King Ranch, 4WD SuperCab 158" Lariat SRW, 4WD Crew Cab 172" King Ranch, 2WD SuperCab 142" XL, 2WD SuperCab 142" XLT, 2WD Crew Cab 156" XLT, 2WD Crew Cab 172" XLT, 4WD Reg Cab 137" XL, 2WD SuperCab 142" Lariat, 2WD SuperCab 158" XL, 2WD Crew Cab 172" King Ranch, 4WD Crew Cab 156" XL, 4WD Crew Cab 156" Lariat, 4WD Crew Cab 172" XLT, 4WD Crew Cab 172" Lariat, 2WD Crew Cab 172" XL, 4WD SuperCab 142" XLT, 4WD SuperCab 158" XLT SRW, 4WD Crew Cab 172" Platinum, 2WD Crew Cab 156" XL, 4WD Crew Cab 156" King Ranch, 4WD Crew Cab 172" XL, 2WD SuperCab 158" Lariat, 2WD Crew Cab 156" Lariat, 2WD Crew Cab 172" Lariat, 4WD SuperCab 142" XL, 4WD SuperCab 142" Lariat, 4WD SuperCab 158" XL SRW, 2WD Reg Cab 137" XL, 2WD SuperCab 158" XLT, 4WD Reg Cab 137" XLT, 4WD Crew Cab 156" XLT, 4WD Crew Cab 156" Platinum and 2WD Reg Cab 137" XLT. The powertrains include 6.2-liter V8 (385 hp) and 6.7-liter V8 turbodiesel (400 hp) engines, and 6-speed automatic transmissions. It is Rear or part-time 4WD wheel drive. EPA-rated fuel economy ranges from NA mpg city to NA mpg highway. The F-250 uses Diesel fuel.

Competing models include Ram 1500 and Toyota Tundra.

Last Model Reviewed: 2011

Reviewed Ford F-250s from Consumer Reports

Consumer Reports has placed the following models through over 50 tests at our test track:

  • 2011 Ford F-250 crew cab Lariat V8
  • 2008 Ford F-250 crew cab Lariat V8

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