2020 ford f-350
The middle child in the Ford Super Duty family is the F-350. You will notice it is very similar to the F-350 and F-250 in the design and driving character. The biggest difference is the F-350’s upgraded capability.
Like the rest of the Super Duty lineup, the F-350 offers a XL trim, XLTm Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited trim.
What’s new for 2020?
A new off-road-focused Tremor package and a new 7.3-liter gasoline V8 added to the lineup. And an optional 6.7-liter diesel engine now uses a 10-speed automatic.
A wifi spot and voice controlled infotainment add to the cabin. Spend a little more and get leather interiors, ambient lighting and even cooled front seats.
The Tremor package upgrades start with a 2-inch front lift and shorter airdam and 35-inch Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac all-terrain tires. It also includes a retuned suspension, upgraded shock absorbers, a locking rear differential, a limited-slip front differential, a rock-crawl mode, and low-speed cruise control.
Tech and Safety
Stay connected to your Super Duty with FordPass Connect. The app allows you to access features like, remote start scheduling, lock/unlock, vehicle location, and more.
Available Sync lets you use your voice to listen to music or make a call.
F-250 safety features include: Blind spot monitoring, trailer tow camera system and tire pressure monitoring system.
There is no middle child syndrome here. The F-350 holds its own, shares some similarities with its siblings and is worth getting to know. With the Super Duty models it is based on how much you need from the truck. If this seems like it has what you need then take it for a test drive.