F-350 for SaleIf you're looking to learn all about the strength of the Ford F-350 to see exactly what this truck is capable of for your drives around Indianapolis, Avon, and Plainfield, you've come to the right place. Our team here at Andy Mohr Truck Center has put together various resources detailing this truck's specs and features, and they're all accessible right here on this page!

2020 Ford F-350 Review

Ford F-350 Trim Levels

Ford F-350When you're looking to get a new F-350, you'll be able to find a truck that's configured to your liking both inside and out. Starting with the trim levels, the F-350 has six different options to choose from. The base trim level is the XL, which comes standard with features like a 2.3-inch productivity screen, Rear View Camera, and Quad-Dual beam halogen headlamps.

After that, you have the XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited trim levels, each one offering various features and designs. Whether it's the unique interior and exterior design of the King Ranch or the luxurious cabin features in the Platinum and Limited that you like, we'll help explain the differences between each trim, ensuring you can decide on which one you want.

Cabin Configurations

Another way to build your truck to your exact liking is to choose the cabin and bed size that best fit your needs. The F-350 has three cab styles to choose from: Regular Cab, which will be able to seat three passengers, and SuperCab and Crew Cab, which can both accommodate six passengers.

With the Regular Cab, you'll get an 8-foot cargo box that has 78.5 cubic feet of cargo space. The SuperCab and Crew Cab can both be fitted with either the 8-foot bed or a 6-foot-9-inch bed, which has a cargo volume of 65.4 cubic feet.

F-350 Engine Options

Ford F-350 Towing CapacityThe Ford F-350 has two engines for you to choose between. The 6.2L V8 engine comes standard and produces 385 horsepower and 430 lb-ft of torque. Meanwhile, the available 6.7L Power Stroke® V8 Turbo Diesel engine puts out 450 horsepower and 935 lb-ft of torque.

With the power from these engines, the Ford F-350 will be able to tow plenty of heavy equipment. Its conventional towing capacity is 21,000 pounds. This truck can also pull a 5th-wheel towing capacity of 27,500 pounds, and it can reach up to 35,000 pounds with its maximum gooseneck towing capacity!

Helping You Tow

There are various technology features that you can get with your F-350 to help with towing all that trailer weight. Trailer Sway Control will help keep your truck and trailer stable, for instance, while the integrated Trailer Brake Controller will help make braking smooth and controlled.

Other features that are available in the Ford F-350 to help make towing safer and simpler include Trailer Reverse Guidance, BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) with Cross-Traffic Alert and Trailer Control, and a Trailer Tire Pressure Monitoring System.

Learn More About the F-350 on This Page

By reading through the resources we have for you on this page, you'll learn all about what the Ford F-350 can do in terms of towing, payload, and more, as well as the various technologies and amenities offered by this truck.

You'll quickly see how this heavy-duty truck can help you with any of your work or projects around the Indianapolis, Avon, and Plainfield areas. After the research is done, you can come by Andy Mohr Truck Center to explore our inventory of F-350 trucks and schedule a test drive of the specific model you're interested in!

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