Published: Fri, September 29, 2017
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

Ford F-Series Super Duty Limited gets close to $100k

Ford F-Series Super Duty Limited gets close to $100k

American's love their luxury trucks, a fact Ford knows very well.

Looking for the most advanced and exclusive pickup truck you can buy? Ford is betting they do, and it's going to put its money where its mouth is with its all-new 2018 F-450 Super Duty Limited 4X4 which, when fully decked out with all of its top-of-the-line options, will set you back almost $100,000.

Ford announced the new Limited model at the Texas State Fair today, an annual showing of new pickup trucks from the Big Three automakers. Given the popularity of the truck market, Ford says that now over half of the Super Duty trucks sold are more expensive models, such as the King Ranch or Platinum. Other special Limited design details include quad-beam LED lights and a dedicated serial number laser-etched on the center console armrest.

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Starting MSRP (not including $1,295 destination, taxes and fees) for the 2018 F-250 is $80,835 and $82,010 for the F-350. These are similar finishes to those found on the F-150 Limited. The Limited takes the Super Duty to a more opulent level. Heated and cooled leather seats that also massage you make for what is undoubtedly the most comfy workhorse environment, and a panoramic sunroof makes it fun for the whole family.

The capability to tow more than 30,000 pounds wrapped in the latest technology and luxury features like Custom Camelback two-tone leather seats, a premium stitched leather-wrapped steering wheel, along with the armrests and instrument panel.

Of course, the Limited comes standard with almost everything Ford has to offer these days in terms of features. Now, with the luxo-barge F-450 Limited, Ford has created what it says is the most expensive production-consumer truck yet with a six-figure price and unmatched comfort - all for the price of a Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedan. At those prices, we can successfully say pickup trucks have reached the price level of many high-end luxury vehicles; perhaps rightfully so.

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