If you're looking for a capable work truck or a truck to tow your toys, then the new Ford Super Duty has you covered. Drivers in Colchester, VT and Milton, VT love the impressive towing ability of the F-Series Super Duty pickup, whether with the gas or diesel powerplants.

The 6.7-liter Powerstroke diesel engine is the true muscle of the Super Duty. It makes 475 horsepower and 1,050 pound-feet of torque. This allows it to tow up to 37,000 pounds when properly equipped for a gooseneck trailer. If you're looking to tow a fifth-wheel, then the towing capacity drops down slightly to 32,500 pounds, which is still plenty for most applications. Conventional towing capacity maxes out at 24,200 pounds.

If you prefer to have the gas engine in your Super Duty, then you'll be looking at the 6.2-liter V8. This engine produces 385 horsepower and 430 pound-feet of torque for your commute to Swanton, VT. It offers a payload maximum of 7,850 pounds. Another gas engine option for the Super Duty is the 7.3-liter V8. This engine makes 430 horsepower and 475 pound-feet of torque. Max towing and payload depends on the layout and equipment.

Breaking down the towing and payload by truck model goes as follows:

  • Ford F-250 max towing is between 15,800 and 22,800 pounds
  • Ford F-250 max payload is between 3,040 and 4,260 pounds
  • Ford F-350 max towing is between 16,600 and 23,300 pounds
  • Ford F-350 max payload is between 3,160 and 7,850 pounds
  • Ford F-450 max towing is between 16,700 and 35,750 pounds
  • Ford F-450 max payload is between 5,320 and 6,210 pounds

The factors that can affect your towing and payload capacity include the engine you choose, how long the bed is, whether you have a 2WD or 4WD layout, the axle ratio, and the towing method used.

If you’re in Stowe or Morrisville, VT, come find out more about the brand-new Ford Super Duty trucks today by visiting Bokan Ford in St Albans.

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