2019 Ford F-Series Super Duty Trucks | F250 & F-350

Find the New 2019 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty Trucks Here in Boone, NC

Our Boone, NC Ford dealership is the place to shop in this part of North Carolina if you're looking for a truck. From lighter bodies and lower capabilities for simple work around the home or for towing a small trailer, to these rugged, strong and advanced new 2019 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty trucks, we have plenty of options for all kinds of work you need to do around Banner Elk, Lenoir and beyond. When your hard work requires the utmost capabilities, along with updated technology and performance specs, you know a Super Duty truck will do the trick. Visit us from Mountain City, TN or Hickory, North Wilkesboro or West Jefferson, NC today and get started with the Super Duty truck that best fits your needs.

 

What's Changed for the 2019 Models?

Not much has changed in the 2019 editions of the F-250 and F-350 Super Duty trucks. There's a new Lariat Sport package you can select, which gives you 20-inch wheels, spray-in bedliner and black trimming accents, and there's a brand-new stereo system, which is nice, since you'll want to stay entertained during your travels. To see what else has changed in these slightly revised pickups, come on over from Hickory or Banner Elk today and we'll show off both trucks in great detail so you can get started on deciding on the right pickup.

Which Setup is the Right Choice for You?

These two Super Duty trucks share more similarities than differences, which are pretty obvious if you're even barely familiar with Ford's F-Series hierarchy. While both share the same two engine options, the F-350 Super Duty is obviously the larger truck, which means it can max out at 32,000 pounds for towing, compared to the F-250 Super Duty's 18,500-pound towing maximum. Those figures are important to factor into your decision, especially if you're shopping for a truck to tow along a specific kind of trailer.

Differences in hauling capabilities also separate the F-350 and F-250 Super Duty trucks. The F-350 hauls a class-leading 7,640 pounds for a max payload, while the F-250 Super Duty can handle up to 4,270 pounds in its bed. Beyond those differences, both Super Duty trucks feature the same cab types - regular, supercab and crew cab - and both offer options for 4x4 or 4x2 drivetrains. You'll also get to decide between the 6.75-foot or 8-foot bed in both trucks.


 

Performance and Capabilities

When you need a truck that can haul heavy payloads and tow weighty trailers, the F-250 and F-350 Super Duty trucks are the way to go. We do have heavier and more capable commercial trucks, but for something that makes sense to keep in your garage or driveway, these two Super Duty editions are your best bet. Both trucks come standard with a 6.2-liter V-8, producing 385 horsepower and 430 pound-feet of torque. Then you have the option for the turbocharged 6.7-liter diesel V-8, boosting your performance to the tune of 450 horsepower and 935 pound-feet, making that the obvious choice to max out your towing and hauling capabilities. Additionally, the specialized automatic transmissions used with these engines only amplifies your towing and hauling capabilities, thanks to reducing gear shifts and giving you an advantage when driving uphill. Other premium Ford engineering choices make the Super Duty trucks found here in Boone the best high-end pickups on the market.

Technology and Safety

The capabilities of these Super Duty trucks speak for themselves, and with class-leading towing and hauling in the F-350 setup, that's a clear area of focus. But these wouldn't be new Ford trucks without bringing the goods in terms of technology and safety to your travels around North Wilkesboro and Mountain City. As we mentioned earlier, both the F-250 and F-350 Super Duty trucks offer the same trim levels with similar feature packages offered.

Standard features include a rearview camera, a removeable locking tailgate with lift assist and a 2.5-inch trailer hitch receiver with a 2-inch insert. The higher trims add a Sync voice-controlled infotainment suite with a range of display sizes (starting at 4.2 inches, with higher trims using an 8-inch touchscreen), smartphone integration, a Wi-Fi hotspot, remote start, leather upholstery and much, much more. You'll definitely want to consider the option packages oriented toward towing and hauling assistance, adding features like a larger fuel tank, a special hitch setup and skid plates, among others.

As you customize your new Super Duty truck, also keep in mind that staying safe out on the roads near Lenoir and North Wilkesboro is a priority. While other heavy-duty trucks may be satisfied with their large statures to keep you safe, the Ford Super Duty pickups add plenty of high-end safety features to the higher trims. These driver assistance aids include a surround-view camera system, lane keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic assist. Having advanced camera and radar systems checking your blind spots and looking out for unseen hazards is a great way to equip your new Super Duty truck as you focus on hauling and towing.


Visit Modern Ford of Boone Today and Find the Perfect New F-250 or F-350 Super Duty Truck

With so many trim levels, engine and drivetrain options and additional offerings available here in Boone, there are endless ways to set up your new Super Duty truck. Before visiting for a test drive in a couple available setups, apply for financing online so you'll be prepared for the kind of new Ford lease or loan that will work best for your budget. When you're all ready to begin your shopping experience in earnest, make your way on over to Modern Ford of Boone today and we'll happily help you find the perfect Super Duty truck for all your hauling and towing needs.


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