July 29, 2021
Life requires strength, especially your everyday life, and the 2020 Ford F250 Super Duty is strong enough to take on your day with you. From assisting work to providing a much-needed escape, discover what this super-strong pickup is capable of.
Built on Strong Foundations
The Power Stroke V8 Turbo Diesel engine has been made even tougher this time around with a stronger engine block and new forged-steel pistons to stand up to the fuel-injection system capable of 36,000 psi so the engine can work faster. Or there’s the 7.3L OHV gas-powered V8, a new engine whose cast-iron engine block was made to power a truck that can handle the heaviest loads, day-in and day-out.
The chassis is made of military-grade aluminum alloy, which is lighter than the previous Super Duty’s steel body but still holds up under pressure. It brushes off damage like dents and dings and doesn’t mind the wet because it doesn’t rust. This body plus powerhouse engines set the Super Duty apart as Best-in-Class for hauling and towing among other full-sized pickups over 8,500 lbs.
Putting anything on the hitch, from trailers to boats, adds another level of complexity to driving; however, Ford has thought it through from start to finish. Hitch up your trailer via cameras placed around your truck for an expanded view that you can use later for backing up with the trailer as well. Guidelines on your touchscreen show you where the trailer will move as you adjust your tires using Trailer Reverse Guidance.
Pro Trailer Backup Assist lets you take greater control of your trailer when you’re getting out of the driveway, and once you’re on the road, Trailer Sway Control helps you keep your trailer steady by letting you apply the brakes to individual wheels. More options such as 180 or 360 cameras, or a center high-mount stop lamp camera give you a better view of the truck bed and your surroundings.
2020 Ford F250 Tackles It All Head On
Multiple systems help you navigate those rough or nonexistent roads. Trail Control operates like off-road cruise control, letting you focus on the terrain, while Hill Descent Control keeps the brakes on so your speed doesn’t pass a set limit while you’re moving downhill. Auto High-Beam Headlamps and your rearview camera let you see what’s coming, in front and behind, and BLIS (Blind Spot Information System) with Trailer Coverage helps you keep an eye on those impossible to see places that follow you and your trailer.
The optional Tremor Off-Road Package gives you even more power when you’re far from smooth roads and flat terrain. The rear and front suspension are specially tuned for off-roading and come with 35-inch maximum-traction tires. It also comes with features to handle all terrains with Rock Crawl and Trail Control Modes.
Whether you need it for your everyday work or want to take it out to the wild expanse, the 2020 Ford Super Duty can take on whatever you throw at it. Call or visit Glenn Polk Ford today to find out more information and discover how this pickup can stand up to your life.