The exterior of the Ford F-350 Super Duty is more in line with the rest of the F-series range of pickup trucks. This includes a variety of grilles depending on trim, while the front also includes signature C-clamp headlights. There are new side vents to help reduce pressure under the hood and improve overall aerodynamics. The rear is broad but unexceptional, aside from the large lower bumper that makes it easier to access the cargo bed. The overall appearance is bold and aggressive without being entirely in your face. Still, if you want, you can opt for one of the appearance packages, which will allow you to further customize the exterior. The Sport Appearance Package, for example, gets you a dark-painted grille, body-color bumpers and side mirrors, blow tow hooks, a chrome exhaust tip, and box side decals. As standard, the truck gets 18-inch alloy wheels, but these are upgraded to 20-inch variants on upper trims.
Given its size and high level of customizability, the dimensions of the Ford F-350 Super Duty can vary greatly. The Regular Cab models have the least variance, with the wheelbase measuring between 141.4 and 141.5 inches, while length is set at 231.8 inches. Height ranges from 78.8 to 81.3 inches. For Super Cabs, the wheelbase starts at 147.8 inches but long-wheelbase models can go up to 164.1 inches. As such, length can be anywhere between 238.2 inches and 254.4 inches. The height is similar to other models, starting at 79 inches and maxing out at 81.4 inches. For the Crew Cab trims, you can get a wheelbase between 159.7 inches to 175.9 inches, and length matches the difference at between 250 inches and 266.2 inches. These models stand between 78.9 inches and 81.5 inches tall. Width is the only standard measurement, name 105.9 inches with the mirror extended. Naturally, curb weight is hugely different depending on trims, but the lightest is the Regular Cab XL at 5,877 pounds, while the dual rear wheel Limited with a Crew Cab and high-output diesel engine can weigh as much as 7,868 lbs.
|Ford F-350 Super Duty Trims||XL||XLT||LARIAT||King Ranch||Platinum||Limited|
|Max Width||80 in.||80 in.||80 in.||80 in.||80 in.||80 in.|
|Length||231.8 in.||231.8 in.||238.2 in.||250 in.||250 in.||250 in.|
|Height||77.8 in.||80.6 in.||80.9 in.||81 in.||81 in.||81 in.|
|Wheelbase||142 in.||142 in.||148 in.||160 in.||160 in.||160 in.|
|Ford F-350 Super Duty Trims||Curb Weight|
|XL||5,878 - 7,393 lbs.|
|XLT||6,378 - 7,415 lbs.|
|LARIAT||6,656 - 7,444 lbs.|
|King Ranch||6,819 - 7,443 lbs.|
|Platinum||6,777 - 7,401 lbs.|
|Limited||7,486 - 8,132 lbs.|
|Wheels Type||Steel Wheels|
|Front Wheel Size||17" x 6.5"|
|Rear Wheel Size||17" x 6.5"|
There are a total of ten exterior colors available to the Ford F-350 Super Duty. Seven can be had on the base model, namely Race Red, Oxford White, and several metallics: Agate Black, Stone Grey, Iconic Silver, Antimatter Blue, and Carbonized Gray. From the XLT, the $495 Rapid Red metallic is added to the palette. The last two premium hues are presented from the Lariat up and are two metallic tri-coats - Star White and Azure Gray - each at $995. The King Ranch has a limited palette comprising Agate Black, Star White, Stone Gray, Rapid Red, Iconic Silver, Azure Gray, and Carbonized Gray.
While the work truck may look more at home in downstate tones like Agate Black and Antimatter Blue, we can't help but find Rapid Red alluring.
Both of the metallic tricoat paints add $995 to the bill.
From the XLT trim upward, it is possible to option a twin-panel power moonroof. However, it must be paired with a Crew Cab.
There is only a single tailpipe since this is a no-nonsense work vehicle.
The base model and lower trim levels ride on 18-inch alloy wheels, but there are 20-inch wheels available at the upper tiers.