Ford F-250 dimensions
Latest model: Ford F-250 Super Duty Crew Cab (2012)
Length: 231.2 (in) = 5873 (mm)
Width: 79.9 (in) = 2030 (mm)
Height: 79.5 (in) = 2019 (mm)
Compare Ford F-250 dimensions to: Chevrolet Silverado, Ford F-350, Toyota Tundra
Ford F-250 details:
Bristling with functionality and utility, the 2012 Ford F-250 Super Duty blends performance, refinement and innovative gadgetry that appeal to work and recreational demands. Ford F-250 Super Duty Crew Cabin offers the following pros: Choice of many configurations and versions; little features and details helpful to conventional and eclectic owners; strong towing and payload capacities. Ford F-250 Super Duty Crew Cabin drawbacks are: Steering doesn't instill confidence; dated and overwrought dashboard layout.
The 2011 Ford F-250 Super Duty is provided in two- or four-wheel drive with the choice of three cabin styles: two-door regular cabin, 4-door Supercab and 4-door crew cabin. The Supercab has rear-hinged, access-style back doors, while the crew cabin has four full-size conventional-opening doors. Supercab and crew cabin models can be mated to either a traditional (6. 8-foot) or long (8-foot) trunk bed, but the regular cabin model is only available with the long bed.
Consumers have a choice among four versions: base XL, midlevel XLT, upscale Lariat and luxury King Ranch. The Lariat is available on Supercab and crew cabin models, while the King Ranch is provided only on the crew cabin. The XL is the workhorse of the stable, with traditional equipment that contains 17-inch metal wheels, a black grille and bumpers, manual-telescoping trailer tow mirrors, air-conditioning, vinyl floor coverings and upholstery, a 40/20/40-split front seat, a tilt-and-telescoping helm and a two-speaker AM/FM radio.
The XLT adds a chrome grille and bumpers, heated outside mirrors, cast-aluminum wheels, cruise control, full performance accessories, keyless entry, an integrated trailer brake controller, a carpeted floor, cloth upholstery, lockable cargo with a performance point under the back bench and a four-speaker AM/FM audio system with CD player and optional stereo slot.
The Lariat trim boasts foglights, performance telescoping mirrors, back parking sensors, 18-inch alloy wheels, a power-sliding back window, dual-zone automatic conditioning and leather upholstery. Also traditional is a big trip computer display, wood grain trim, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, power-adjustable pedals, leather seatings, a middle front bench that converts into a center control panel, eight-way power-adjustable front seatings (with performance lumbar adjustment), the Ford Sync voice activation system and an eight-speaker stereo system with radio.
The range-topping King Ranch piles on power-folding and telescoping tow mirrors, two-tone paint, a body-colored grille with chrome insert, original look and dashboard badging, remote start, updated Chapparal leather upholstery with matching floor mats and door trim, heated and ventilated seatings, driver bench memory and a rearview camera.
Some features on the Lariat and King Ranch trims are available on the XL and XLT models. Other add-ons (depending on trim level) include 20-inch wheels, a stowable bed extender, a transmission performance take-off (for powering accessories like snow plows), heavy-duty alternators, fifth-wheel/gooseneck mounting points (compatible with Reese hitch units), roof clearance lights, a spray-in bedliner, a sunroof, integrated accessory switches and a navigator.
The available Ford Work Solutions suite is provided on XL and XLT models and adds an in-dash computer that is customizable to suit commercial users and fleets. Also available is the FX4 Off-road suite (4x4 models only) that contains an electronic locking back differential, all-terrain tires, hill descent control, skid plates and Rancho shock absorbers. .