Used Ford F350 for Sale
2016 Ford F350 Lariat
$46,998* • 45K mi
CarMax Capital Boulevard $99 Shipping • NC to VA
2017 Ford F350 XLT
$44,998* • 47K mi
CarMax Greensboro $99 Shipping • NC to VA
About The Ford F350
Since becoming available for sale in 1999, the Ford F350 and its siblings in the F-Series Super Duty family have been some of the most capable entries in Ford's truck line-up. The fourth generation (2017–present) saw a complete redesign of the F350, making use of a 95% high-strength steel frame and the same aluminum alloy body panels used in the smaller F150 to cut weight. Third-generation Ford F350s (2011–2016) use steel body panels on a fully boxed frame. For the 2017 and newer F350, Ford pairs the all-new 6.2L gas V8 and 6.7L turbodiesel V8 engines with a new six-speed transmission.
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Q: How much weight can the F350 haul?
A: The 2017 and newer dual-rear-wheel F350 has an estimated maximum payload of 7,640 pounds. 2012–2016 model years have a maximum payload of 7,050 with dual rear wheels.
Q: How much weight can the F350 tow?
A: The 2017 and newer F350 with single rear wheels can tow up to an estimated 15,000 pounds with its 6.7-liter diesel engine when properly equipped.1 The dual-rear-wheel 2017 and newer Ford F350 with its diesel engine can tow up to an estimated 21,000 pounds, also when properly equipped.1
Q: How much does an F350 weigh?
A: The fourth generation (2017 to present) F350 has a curb weight of 5,909 to 7,487 pounds, depending on the trim. Third generation (2011–2016) F350s are 6,010 to 7,035 pounds curb weight, also depending on trim level.
1 Various factors may impact towing capacity, including weight of passengers, cargo, and options/accessories.
Ford F350 Trim Configurations
2012 Ford F350 Trim Levels
- XL - This entry-level trim offers 40/20/40-split-folding vinyl seats, an AM/FM radio with two speakers, an in-dash message center, cab steps, and more.
- XLT - Building on the XL trim, the XLT adds a CD Player with MP3 playback, a four-speaker AM/FM radio, cruise control, and many other useful features.
- Lariat - The Lariat includes everything in the XLT while giving you a touch of luxury with its leather 10-way power front seats, nine-speaker premium audio system, SiriusXM® satellite radio, and more.
- King Ranch - The top-level trim at that time, the King Ranch builds on everything the Lariat offers. This unique trim adds color-matched carpets, a rearview camera, remote start, chrome exterior accents, and lots of other features.
2013–2016 Ford F350 trim levels
- XL - The base-level trim for 2013–2016 Ford F350s includes a 40/20/40 split-folding front seat, 17-inch painted wheels, an AM/FM radio with two speakers, an in-dash message center, cab steps, and more.
- XLT - Keeping the standard XL features, the XLT level adds four-way adjustable front headrests, Ford SYNC® connectivity, SiriusXM radio, and power accessories.
- Lariat - The Lariat continues to add a bit of luxury to the XLT, giving you options like 18-inch alloy wheels, heated and cooled leather seats, a Sony® premium audio system, and dual-zone automatic climate control.
- King Ranch - The King Ranch is a unique trim that builds on the Lariat. King Ranch adds features like mesa-brown-leather, 10-way power front seats, as well as chrome exterior accents, and woodgrain inserts.
- Platinum - When it comes to the 2013–2016 F350 models, the best you can get is the Platinum trim, which features a navigation system, a heated steering wheel, remote start, and impressive 20-inch cast-aluminum wheels.
2017 to present Ford F350 trim levels
- XL - At the entry level, the XL trim comes for sale with 17-inch wheels, a 40/20/40-split-folding front seat, and a four-speaker AM/FM audio system.
- XLT - Moving up from the XL trim, the XLT adds popular features like a 4.2-inch display, a rearview camera, Ford Sync connectivity, cloth seats, 18-inch wheels, and more.
- Lariat - Adding a taste of luxury to the XLT trim, the Lariat F350 features 18-inch alloy wheels, shift-on-the-fly four-wheel drive, 10-way power front seats, a Sony 10-speaker premium audio system, and many other useful features.
- King Ranch - This trim has long been considered the western themed version of the Lariat when compaired to other trims for sale, and adds unique alloy-wheels, interior accents, upgraded leather seats, LED box lighting, and heated and cooled front seats.
- Platinum - Taking luxury to the next level, the Platinum trim features 20-inch wheels, LED lights, blind-spot monitoring, and a heated steering wheel.
- Limited - This top-of-the-line trim exclusive to 2018 and newer F350s includes everything the Platinum offered you while adding a surround-view camera, adaptive cruise control, a panoramic sunroof, and two-tone leather seats.
Reviews for Ford F350
Great truck, good price, simple purchase
Great truck, good price, simple purchase, drives like much smaller vehicle. Newer 6.7L PowerStroke is a dream compared to others I've had, and quieter in the cab. Pulls all my trailers effortlessly. Great interior with all the latest tech toys (remote start, backup camera, cooled seats, Bluetooth, media center, etc.).
- Styling: Looks great, very comfortable, well built in and out
- Seat Comfort: Lived far too long without adjustable lumbar and heated/cooled seats and remote start
- Power: Tows like a dream
- Cost to Maintain: 6.7L PowerStroke has additional maint items compared to others, but expected in a larger vehicle (dual fuel filters, large oil and coolant quantities, etc.)
- Fuel Economy: Avg 15mpg city, 20-22highway, but its a big and heavy truck.
- Ride and Handling: While it drives like a car, solid beam front and rear axles and stiff suspension will make you feel more bumps on the road, but not nearly as much as the dually version
Comfortable and powerfull towing machine
Quiet, comfortable and very powerful. Pulls my 34 foot Arctic Fox with no problems.
- Power: Pulls my 9,000+ lb. trailer with no problems.
- Seat Comfort: Heated, cooled, comfortable for long periods.
- Cabin Noise: Nice and quiet.
- Dashboard: Complicated.
- Technology and Entertainment: Complicated.
- Cost to Maintain: It's a diesel.
a beast of a car
It's a good driving car and not bad on gas lot's of space and comfort
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