2019 Ford F-250 Vs. 2019 Ford F-350
If you’re in the market for a heavy-duty full-size pick-up, you’re likely gazing closely at the offerings from Ford. America’s best-selling heavy duty pick-up line was last fully redesigned for the 2017 model year, and it’s still on the cutting edge. If you need a big job done, this is where to go.
You may be wondering what differentiates the Super Duty models from Ford. With the price of the 2019 Ford F-350 just over $1000 more than its little brother, what is it that justifies its higher place on the number line? To help decide, let’s take a closer look at the differences between the 2019 Ford F-250 and the 2019 Ford F-350.
2019 Ford F-250
2019 Ford F-350
|12,300 to 17,500 pounds||Conventional Towing Capacity||12,000 to 18,000 pounds|
|12,200 to 18,500 pounds||5th-Wheel/Gooseneck Towing Capacity||12,000 to 21,500 pounds|
|2,474 to 4,332 pounds||Payload Capacity||3,775 to 7,044 pounds|
|385 to 450 hp||Horsepower||385 to 450 hp|
|430 to 935 pound-feet||Torque||430 to 935 pound-feet|
|6.2-liter gasoline V8, or turbocharged 6.7-liter diesel V8||Engines||6.2-liter gasoline V8, or turbocharged 6.7-liter diesel V8|
|5,668 to 7,526 pounds||Curb Weight||5,859 to 7,725 pounds|
A Super Duty Showdown
The main differences between the 2019 Ford F-250 and 2019 Ford F-350 come in the form of towing and payload capacities. When properly equipped, the 2019 F-350 can tow up to 3,000 pounds more than the 2019 F-250. Its payload capacity leads by the same amount.
So the takeaway? If your towing and hauling needs warrant it, move up to the F-350 or even above. If not, the other aspects of the vehicles are basically the same, so you might as well go with the 2019 F-250. It’s also worth noting that the trim levels and options play a role; a base level 2019 F-350 may have capabilities below a more upgraded 2019 F-250.
Ford Heavy Duty Customization Options
The 2019 Ford F-250 and 2019 Ford F-350 both offer the same five trim levels, along with the same two engine options. They come with three choices for cab size and two different bed lengths. Cabs can be chosen as single, extended/Super Cab, and crew cab. The beds come in lengths of 6.75 feet or 8 feet. The six foot bed provides 65 cu.ft. of room, while the 8-foot opens up to 77 cu.ft.