The Super Duty entry-level model is coming unchanged for the 2024 season. Well, the HD trucks are not being updated so often, so it is not a surprise. Anyway, there are a few interesting stories about the 2024 Ford F-250, so we can take them into consideration. Meanwhile, the drivetrain range remains the same, with a petrol and a diesel engine available to buyers.
With the arrival of the F-150 Lighting, an all-electric pickup, the Super Duty class is the only segment in the family without some kind of electric drivetrain. On the other hand, such trucks still rely on oil burners as the best options. Furthermore, the 2024 Ford F-250 could serve as the base for the new large SUV. The Excursion was already part of the lineup, but it was just too big. The comeback is possible.
There are a lot of building options available for a heavy-duty truck. You can select cab and bed configurations, pick petrol or a diesel engine, and then combine them with one of at least six trim levels. Plus, there are optional upgrades and packages available, to enhance the comfort, appearance, and performance of the F-250 truck.
2024 Ford F-250 Specs and Towing Capacity
The petrol engine for the HD truck is a 7.3-liter V8. The Godzilla unit can deliver 430 hp and 475 lb-ft of torque and it comes in a pair with a 10-speed automatic transmission. It is a switch from a 6-pace gearbox mated to an old 6.2-liter mill, capable to produce 385 hp and 430 lb-ft of torque. The company might drop this one and leave more room for the 7.3-l configuration.
Still, the 2024 Ford F-250 Diesel is the truck you want to have. A 6.7-liter Powerstroke engine delivers 475 hp and 1,050 lb-ft of torque and tows up to 22,000 pounds. It can do more than 35,000 lbs, but only with a proper tuning on the F-350 model. For the Series 2, this is more than enough. Although there are no official data about the mileage, previous experience tells us the F-250 can do 16-20 mpg, depending on circumstances.
Regular, King and Crew Cab are available, but the third setup offers the most further options. All engines are there, as well as trim levels. The XL is the entry-level version. In the Crew Cab, it costs $45,000. Our recommendation is a mid-range truck, Lariat. You can buy it under $60k and it offers a nice upgrade of equipment, including foglights, 18-inch wheels with special finish, parking sensors, leather seats, power-adjustable front row, advanced infotainment system with voice commands, navigation, and premium sound.
If you want to spend extra, then there are three models considered as the luxury offer. The 2024 Ford F-250 King Ranch takes you to the $70,000 range and adds a lot of notable accessories. Some of them are the remote tailgate release, assist step, hands-free entry and remote start, unique leather interior, memory seat settings, and wireless smartphone charger. Platinum is at the similar level, while the Limited model with options can exceed $100,000 price tag.