The 2019 Ford F-350 is a mid-range truck form the Super Duty series. This is the most versatile model since it offers a mixture of the moth ends. Power of the F-450 and agility of F-250 are there. The bad thing is that F-350 can’t achieve either handling of the smaller sibling or towing capacity of the bigger truck. But, if you need the best combo of these and other elements, the mid-range model is the right solution.
For the next season, the truck will show updates in the cabin. The exterior of the vehicle remains the same. Powerful and bold, the 2019 Ford F-350 will be an eye-catching truck. It is big for city drive, but its maneuvering is still surprisingly easy. The pickup truck comes with either petrol or diesel engine. Few cabin configurations, bed lengths, and trim levels make combining the suitable F-350 exciting.
2019 Ford F-350 diesel specs
Diesel engine for the 2019 Ford F-350 is a 6.7-liter Powerstroke V-8. As for the entire F-Series, it can deliver 440 hp and 925 lb-ft of torque. This is the best in the class output. However, Ram is preparing a heavy-duty truck which will burst 930 pound-feet of twisting power.
The huge amount of torque is routed through a 10-speed transmission for 2019 Ford F-350. New gearbox replaces the old 6-speed box. Smoother power distribution and better fuel economy are results of this switch. However, there is no power gain. When the new transmission sends power to rear wheels, the F-350 is capable to tow 21,000 pounds. At the same time, payload capacity depends on cab and bed configurations. However, the range is between 4,200 and 4,400 pounds.
The base option for the 2019 Ford F-350, but less favorite is 6.2-liter V-8. More buyers decide to buy a diesel truck because of its performance. For example, the towing capacity of the gasoline unit is 17,000 pounds. It is 4,000 lbs less than the diesel can do. The engine can produce 385 hp and 430 lb-ft of torque. Luckily, the truck has a 48-gallon tank and that is enough to neutralize concerns about the fuel economy.
2019 Ford F-350 configurations
Buyers of the 2019 Ford F-350 will have plenty of options to choose from. First of all, there are three cabin configurations, two-bed lengths, and six trim levels. When we add two engine choices and drive modes, we can get plenty of models. Well, one of them will be good for the most demanding customers.
Cabs and beds
The regular two-door cab is default configuration and it costs the least. Buyers can also choose a SuperCab which also keeps the two-door body style. The biggest cabin is Crew Cab.
Regular cab can be only combined with a long bed. It is an 8-feet box. With a payload capacity of 4,400 pounds. SuperCab and Crew Cab are coming with both short and long beds.
When you choose the most suitable body style, then you can move to trim levels. Various additions are obtained through six models. Outside, different grilles, wheels, and options such as side steps are optional. The entry-level model remains XL. Slightly upgraded, it moves to XLT and you will see differences between these two in the grille and bumper design. Mid-range trims are Lariat and King Ranch. This is the only model that comes with a side step by default. Top of the range trims is Platinum and Limited.
2019 Ford F-350 price
The base truck will cost around $35,000. There we get an XL trim, regular cab, and 8-feet bed. The most expensive is a Limited model. There, not too many features remind optionally. With Crew Cab and long bed, its cost will be $85,000. Between these two, buyers will be able to find many other solutions with different packages of equipment and accessories.