• Ford continues to strengthen the F-Series lineup for 2013, raising the bar for Super DutyÆ towing, hauling and braking to again set the standard among heavy duty trucks. Ford engineers have raised conventional towing capacity to a class-leading 18,500 lbs., besting the nearest competitor by 500 lbs. Increased towing brawn goes hand-in-hand with improved payload capability to a class-leading 7,260 lbs., an increase of more than 100 lbs. Super Duty brake system improvements enable higher payload figures. (10/19/2012)

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    Ford continues to strengthen the F-Series lineup for 2013, raising the bar for Super DutyÆ towing, hauling and braking to again set the standard among heavy duty trucks. Ford engineers have raised conventional towing capacity to a class-leading 18,500 lbs., besting the nearest competitor by 500 lbs. Increased towing brawn goes hand-in-hand with improved payload capability to a class-leading 7,260 lbs., an increase of more than 100 lbs. Super Duty brake system improvements enable higher payload figures. (10/19/2012)

The 2013 F-Series Super Duty pickup trucks offer high performance regarding towing and payload capacities. Improvements over previous models include towing capacity of up to 18,500 lbs., payload capacity of 7,260 lbs., improved brake pads, GVWR increased by 700 lbs., and refined brake pedal modulation. The MyFord Touch data system includes an 8-in. touchscreen display that gives drivers access to phone, climate control, radio, and navigation features; it also gives a clear view of the truck’s rear when in reverse for increased safety.

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