Sometimes, a normal coffee just will not get it done. You'll need something around the order of the double cappuccino to complete the job -- something with increased kick, more muscle. For pickup purchasers requiring an identical boost, there is the Ford F-350 Super Duty. Better quality than the capable F-250, the F-350 Super Duty is fit for extreme hard work because of the supply of the dual rear-wheel setup ("dually") that greatly enhances stability when towing. As well as in Ford pickup tradition, the F-350 can be obtained having a wide choice of body styles, powertrain options and trim levels. One more reason this heavy hauler is really a fave is the fact that it is also simple to drive and comfy to ride in.
Rugged construction, multiple configurations, competent off-road capabilities, 12,500-pound conventional trailer capacity.
Noisy drivetrains, poor gas mileage, large size, stiff ride when not loaded.
A six-speed manual transmission is now standard with the 5.4- and 6.8-liter V8 gas engines, and the 6.8-liter has been enhanced to provide better performance and shift feel than before. If you order an automatic transmission, a gauge that measures transmission oil temperature replaces the battery gauge, and you can opt to add adjustable pedals to your Super Duty XLT or Lariat truck. Trucks with the Power Stroke diesel get an air filter service indicator. All F-350s get roof ride handles standard for 2002, and the available telescoping trailer mirrors can now be folded forward. SuperCabs have new rear door panel map pockets with molded-in cupholders. XL gets upgraded visors, while XLT and Lariat get new seats with increased width, bolstering and lumbar support; jewellike headlamp lenses and an available Advanced Security Group that includes remote keyless entry, automatic door locks and automatic headlamps. Optional on the XLT Crew Cab and standard on the Lariat Crew Cab is a power front passenger seat. The Lariat also gets a larger standard overhead console with improved storage.