This workhorse is the paradigm of a heavy-duty pickup. The Ford-350 makes impossible tasks possible with its outstanding engine, cargo space, and towing capacity. We have a constantly updated inventory of pre-owned Ford F-350 trucks at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington. Browse our selection below and click on the images for details.
The Ford F-350, part of the F-Series Super Duty line, has been around for nearly two decades releasing its first car in 1998. The F-350 differs from the popular F-150 in terms of bodywork with a more heavy-duty chassis and suspension components, which accommodate higher towing and payload capacities. The line also uses Ford Power Stroke diesel engines. Originally, the Super Duty trucks were made in three cab configurations: two-door standard, 2+2 door SuperCab, and the four-door crew cab.
In 2005, drastic updates were made to the interior and exterior. Outside included a new grille, a locking tailgate, front bumper, and headlights. Ford also added 4-wheel disc brakes and introduced Triton gasoline engines. Assembled in Louisville, Kentucky, they’re sold across four continents, with active markets in North and South America, as well as Australia, South East Asia, and the Middle East.
Engine Options: 6.2-liter SOHC 20valve Flex Fuel V8 Engine or 6.7-liter Power Stroke V8 Turbo Diesel engine
Towing capacity: The top end Ford F-350 can tow as much as 19,000 pounds. Nothing gets left behind!
12 Million Miles of Testing: The latest Super Duty generation was tested over 12 million miles. Ford wanted the truck to endure real life situations and adverse weather conditions.
People have taken notice of the Ford F-350 and the Ford Super Duty lineup and Ford has the awards to prove it.
Truckin: Top Pulling Power - 2011
Popular Mechanics: Best Workhorse - 2011
Popular Mechanics: Gear of the Year (truck category) - 2011
Texas Auto Writers Association: Truck of Texas - 2016
Motor Trend: Truck of the Year - 2017
Used Ford F-350 For Sale In Seattle, Bellevue, And Renton Washington
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