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There are more than just one trim that the 2017 Ford F-250 Super Duty will have as part of the specs composition. The lineups of all the trims name are XLT, XL, King Ranch, Lariat, and Platinum series. All of those mentioned lineups will be available within the fourth quarter in 2016 production. The estimation of the release date will hit all of the global markets in September or October next year. This new series will best describe as a clever, tougher and more flexible compare with the predecessor variant. Better technology and the better component will be the ultimate composition of this future truck class vehicle from Ford. The aluminum alloy materials will be plenty of the whole area of the exterior part. If we have ever looked once of the military vehicle, then we will eventually know that this car use the same solid material.
The front bumper will be the signature mark for the 2017 F-250 Super Duty edition. What we can learn and acquire from this new edition is that Ford seem prepared everything in details so that this vehicle can tackle of the heaviness challenge of the off-road ground. Some experts and Ford fans in general even call this new series as the most freaking awesome truck class ever built. The careful preparation that Ford also made noticeable on the rear side of the car. This car will have the frame in Open-C-channel design that the function is to give easy fitting for any cargo boxes. All of the component that this car wear will be in 24 times more solid or stiffer than any previous trucks production from Ford automaker.
The robust engine and performance side of the 2017 Ford F-250 Super Duty will come from the 6.7 liters power stroke with a V8 engine. Fortunately, this car will have more choices for the engineering because there are two different more options. All the fancy equipment that we will need in the off-road field is undoubtedly ready for this car. The new fancy equipment such as 360 degrees of camera angle, adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, and LED lighting all over the lighting fixtures. (Photos Credit: Drivearabia)