2021 Ford F-350 Super Duty – Review, Specs, Configurations, Interior, and Prices

2021 Ford F-350

MSRP: $35,745 - $87,375
4.25

Reliability

4.5/5

Safety

4.0/5

Interior

4.0/5

Performance

4.5/5

Strengths

  • Phenomenal transmission
  • Awesome engines

Weaknesses

  • The experience of Tremor off-road
  • Interior is disappointing
  • Costly

Review

The 2021 Ford F-350 Super Duty is one of the most efficient, and powerful trucks ever. It develops a 1050 lb-ft torque of its Power Stroke diesel engine and 37000 pounds of the most powerful mode. These are slightly behind the 2021 Ram HD but ahead of Chevy Silverado’s and GMC Sierra’s heavy-duty models. While these credentials are fantastic for ads, the Super Duty succeeds in becoming the most versatile truck fitted as a portable workspace or seriously luxury towing machine. 

With the diesel engine option, standard V-8 gasoline with a capacity of 430 lb-ft or an optional V-8 of 7,3 liters with an output of 475 lb-ft has been produced. It’s a perfect opportunity to look over its cheaper cabin parts and malleable highway behavior, with its myriad of modern technology and a large cabin crew.

More details regarding the Features, Configurations, and Interior are described in the sections below. If you want to know about the 2021 Ford Explorer, then click our post.

Specs and Features

Engine6.2L V-8
Seating3 Passengers
Power385 @ 5750 rpm
Transmission10-spd w/OD
DrivetrainRear-wheel Drive
2021 F-350 Specs and Features

Price

The MSRP of the 2021 Ford F-350 is ranging between $35,745 – $87,375.

What’s Newly Include in 2021 

The new upgrades in the Ford F-350 2021 include the following features:

  • The lane maintenance system is now built into adaptive cruise control. 
  • Conversion capability for compressed natural gas/propane with 2.5-liter engine available.
  • No more available packages for prep-taxi.
  • Part of the second wave of transit connects launched for 2014.

2021 Ford F-350 Super Duty Configurations

2021 Ford F-350 Configurations
2021 Ford F-350 Configurations

The different configurations of the 2021 Ford F-350 Super Duty are listed below:

1. Super Duty XL

Price: The MSRP of the XL is $35,745. 

Specs and Features: It has features of 6.2L V-8 Engine, 385 @ 5,750 rpm Horsepower, 430 @ 3,800 rpm Torque, Front air conditioning, manual, 10-spd w/OD Transmission, Rear-wheel Drive type, ABS and driveline Traction control, AM/FM stereo, seek-scan radio, 17″ argent steel wheels, Vinyl Seat trim, 2 – 1st row LCD monitor, and Driver Lumbar support.

2. Super Duty XLT

Price: The MSRP of the XLT is $40,620. 

Specs and Features: It has additional features on XL. It comes with 18″ silver aluminum Wheels, Keyfob (all doors), Remote keyless entry, and Cloth Seats trim.

3. Super Duty Lariat

Price: The MSRP of the Lariat is $48,285. 

Specs and Features: It has replacing features on XLT. It comes with Front air conditioning, dual-zone automatic, Leather seat trim, Keyfob (front doors), Remote keyless entry, Driver and passenger Lumbar support, Parking assist, Front Fog/driving lights, and 18″ machined aluminum wheels.

4. Super Duty King Ranch

Price: The MSRP of the King Ranch is $59,610. 

Specs and Features: It has additional or replacing features on Lariat. It comes with Keyfob (all doors), Remote keyless entry, SiriusXM AM/FM/HD/Satellite, seek-scan Radio, Driver and front passenger heated-cushion, heated-seatback Heated front seats, a navigation system, and Windshield wipers – rain-sensing.

5. Super Duty Platinum

Price: The MSRP of the Platinum is $65,525. 

Specs and Features: It has additional features on King Ranch. It comes with 17″ polished forged aluminum wheels and Driveline Traction control.

6. Super Duty Limited

Price: The MSRP of the Limited is $85,365. 

Specs and Features: It has replacing features on Platinum. It comes with a 6.7L V-8 Engine, 1,050 @ 1,600 rpm Torque, 475 @ 2,600 rpm Horsepower, ABS and driveline Traction control, 1st and 2nd row regular express open/close sliding and tilting glass Sunroof, Four-wheel Drive type, and 20″ polished aluminum wheel.

2021 Ford F-350 Super Duty Interior

Mode and functions exist in harmony with a sharp dashboard and functional structure inside the Super Duty. Even the Super Duty interior is stripped down and ergonomic, with simple controls and materials designed. The Lariat trim level offers leather-trimmed upholstery and upscale options such as ambient lighting, heated and cooled front seats, and wireless fees.

All Super Duty models except base XL have an 8.0-inches touchscreen infotainment system with many features like Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Wi-Fi hotspot. All of them come standard and are user-friendly. It can also be upgraded with a B&O (Bang & Olufsen) 10-speaker stereo and Sirius XM satellite radio, which, following three months, requires a paid subscription. The system feels automatic due to the large volume and tuning buttons, and other physical buttons on the steering wheel. There are sufficient accessories for larger cabins, including up to two 110 Volts power points, to improve the Guns N’ Roses concert.

Should I Buy a Ford F-350 Super Duty 2021?

Yes, the Ford F-350 Super Duty 2021 is the best option because the 2021 Ford Super Duty is one of the most efficient, and powerful trucks ever.

You may also Ask for

What are the last miles of a Ford F-350? 

The overall cost is at least marginally longer than the car’s lifetime, and the added power will significantly help. A truck driven by gasoline will run 200,000 miles. Conversely, a diesel truck lasts for more than 800,000 miles and will last for at least 500,000 miles. 

What is the total charge of an F-350?

The F-350 models range from $36,815 to $88,375, while the F-450, which has double rear wheels, starts at $50,875 and can reach $92,125. F-350 is the first version. Prices are, however, comparable to the Chevy Silverado HD2500/3500, GMC Sierra HD2500/HD3500, and Heavy Duty Ram 2500/3500. 

When will the 2021 F-350 can I order? 

The Ford Super Duty orders of 2021 were initially planned to open on 17 August 2020 but were opened on 10 August 2020. The expected start of production in the Kentucky Truck Plant was originally scheduled on 2 November 2020 but was begin a week early on 26 October 2020.

For more information about the latest Ford F-350, kindly visit the F-350’s official page.

Bilal Ibrahim

Bilal Ibrahim is an automotive engineer, graduated from NED University of Engineering and Technology.

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