Ford has announced prices of the new 2017 F-350, but it hasn’t say anything about the drivetrain upgrade, which will definitely happen. The amazing diesel model is currently developing around 440 horsepower and 860 lb-ft of torque, but the upcoming 2017 Ford F-350 will be a bit boosted, mostly due the biggest rival, the new Ram 3500 that uses its Cummins I-6 engine with 900 lb-ft of twist.
2017 Ford F-350: Engine Specs
The 2017 F-350 can’t reach Ram’s 900 lb-ft with its upgraded 6.7L Power Stroke diesel, but let’s say it will stop at 880 pound-feet of torque. Still, keeping in mind an intensive aluminum diet that will make the outstanding full-size HD pickup truck very light, we expect to see really impressive towing and hauling results.
The ultimate truck is a bit more expensive that the last year model, but keeping in mind what you’ll get, the actual price isn’t too high at all.
Price Range, Trim Levels and Additional Equipment
The base Ford F-350 Super Duty XL Regular Cab costs $34,900, but in case you want a dualie, you will have to add around $1490. Also, if toy want a four-wheel drive setup, this will cost you $2,800 extra.
Some extra equipment like a Sync 3 infotainment system with navigation and an 8.0-inch touchscreen cost $2,000 more, while a blind-spot warning system add $540. There are also optional rearview camera($370), as well as chrome front and rear bumper ($720).
The Super Duty XL SuperCab is priced $37,240, while the XL Crew Cab cost around $38,500. There are also XLT Crew Cab ($38,500), XLT SuperCab ($41,775), XLT Crew Cab ($43,605), Lariat SuperCab ($46,300), Lariat Crew Cab ($49,800), King Ranch Crew Cab ($56,630), as well as the most expensive Platinum Crew Cab, which costs $62,970.