Ford F-250

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2020
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2020 Ford F-250 Ratings & Reliability
The 2020 Ford Super Duty pickup truck gains light cosmetic updates and boasts significant improvements under the hood. The base 6.2-liter V8 engine will be mated with the six-speed transmission. There's a new step-up engine, a 7.3-liter V8 paired to a new 10-speed. A redesigned 6.7-liter diesel V8 is the choice for challenging commercial and towing duties. The F-250 crew cab's interior is roomy, with a generous rear seat and several handy features, such as a collapsible cargo box under the rear seat. It is a very tall vehicle with a high step-in, which makes it awkward to climb into the cabin. The Sync 3 infotainment system is easy to use. Handling is very clumsy but ultimately secure. A maximum towing capacity of 20,000 pounds and the ability to attach a snow plow make it a dedicated work vehicle. Key advanced safety features such as forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind spot warning, and rear cross traffic alert are available.
2017-2019
2017 Redesign Year
Ford F-250 2019
The F-250 Super Duty is a heavy-duty truck for towing or hauling heavy loads. The ride is stiffer and snappier than in the F-150, but slightly better than some of its competitors. Engines include a diesel V8, a gas V8. Stepping into the cabin is difficult because of the high floor. Integrated into the tailgate is an optional folding stepladder, which is a nice touch. Other conveniences include built-in wiring for accessories and built-in controls for proportional braking when towing a trailer. Handling is very clumsy even for a heavy-duty truck.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2019 $27,575 - $68,425 $25,760 - $64,360
2018 $25,000 - $64,175 $23,200 - $60,300
2017 $22,650 - $48,075 $20,900 - $45,200
2011-2016
2011 Redesign Year
Ford F-250 2016
The F-250 Super Duty is a heavy-duty truck for towing or hauling heavy loads. The ride is stiffer and snappier than in the F-150, but slightly better than some of its competitors. Engines include a diesel V8, a gas V8. Stepping into the cabin is difficult because of the high floor. Integrated into the tailgate is an optional folding stepladder, which is a nice touch. Other conveniences include built-in wiring for accessories and built-in controls for proportional braking when towing a trailer. Handling is very clumsy even for a heavy-duty truck.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2016 $19,025 - $40,600 $17,250 - $38,050
2015 $16,225 - $34,275 $13,400 - $31,900
2014 $14,100 - $29,125 $11,250 - $26,750
2013 $12,500 - $26,250 $9,660 - $23,860
2012 $10,375 - $22,425 $7,600 - $20,100
2011 $8,775 - $20,275 $6,035 - $17,935
2008-2010
2008 Redesign Year
Ford F-250 2010
The F-250 Super Duty is a heavy-duty truck for towing or hauling heavy loads. The ride is stiffer and snappier than in the F-150, but slightly better than some of its competitors. Engines include a diesel V8, a gas V8, and in earlier years a gas V10. Stepping into the cabin is difficult because of the high floor. Integrated into the tailgate is an optional folding stepladder, which is a nice touch. Other conveniences include built-in wiring for accessories and built-in controls for proportional braking when towing a trailer. Handling is very clumsy even for a heavy-duty truck.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2010 $7,700 - $17,300 $4,970 - $14,020
2009 $6,625 - $16,075 $3,965 - $12,815
2008 $5,575 - $14,675 $2,960 - $11,510
2000-2007
Ford F-250 2007
The F-250 Super Duty is a heavy-duty truck for towing or hauling heavy loads. The ride is stiffer and snappier than in the F-150, but slightly better than some of its competitors. Engines include a diesel V8, a gas V8, and in earlier years a gas V10. Stepping into the cabin is difficult because of the high floor. Integrated into the tailgate is an optional folding stepladder, which is a nice touch. Other conveniences include built-in wiring for accessories and built-in controls for proportional braking when towing a trailer. Handling is very clumsy even for a heavy-duty truck.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2007 $5,050 - $14,575 $2,455 - $11,405
2006 $4,450 - $12,450 $1,940 - $9,390
2005 $3,825 - $10,475 $1,440 - $7,540
2004 $2,950 - $9,100 $950 - $6,235
2003 $2,825 - $7,850 $790 - $5,055