A Closer Look at the 2021 Ford F-250 Super Duty

Meet The Ford F-250 Super Duty

When you are searching for a large pickup truck that can tackle any job the world throws at you, the 2021 Ford F-250 Super Duty is certainly a leading option. However, many people are unaware of the foundational appeals that make the truck so well-known among truck enthusiasts. Let's break things down and explore the truck in greater detail.

The Basics

The Ford F-250 is a household name at this point, as the truck is a popular choice on the roads and has won numerous awards, including Truck of The Year in Truck Trend's 2020 rankings. With this kind of acclaim, it's easy to see why so many people are curious about what the new model has to bring to the table. At its core, this truck is made for those who want to get things done, whether that is offroading, towing, or hauling.

Pricing Options

At the most affordable price point, you will find the XL Crew Cab Trim at $52,155 MSRP. The vehicle is available in a number of trim builds, with each one carrying its own distinct features and pricing structures. Moving to the pricier end of the spectrum, you can expect to pay an MSRP price of $88, 200 for the Limited version.

You can also add or subtract various features to adjust your pricing. For example, several trim levels allow the driver to choose the size and length of the bed. You also have control over the size of the cab depending on your preferences.

New Features in the 2021 Version

The 2021 version of this classic Ford truck brings lots of new features to the forefront. Among the most popular, we love the enhanced customization options that are available across all of the different trim models. This means drivers have total control over both the look and feel of their vehicle. The new truck is also available in more colors than models from previous years.


Technology Integration

To add to the range of customizable features and design upgrades on the model, it also features some helpful technology to assist drivers. Built on Ford's Sync 3 Interface, the F-250 boasts a complete audio and navigation system that gives drivers control over phone syncing, directions, and assistive technology tools. Speaking of assistive tools, we admire the truck's safety features that include blind-spot monitoring and timely alerts, among others.

To integrate smartphones of all kinds, the interface plays well with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Those using a trailer can also make use of the truck's robust camera system to monitor their payload in real-time. 

We hope that our in-depth exploration of the new model has helped you inform yourself before you make your next purchasing decision. Contact Porterville Ford today to speak to a member of our team about our diverse selection of trucks and cars, along with our generous payment plans and financing options.