The Super Duty Limited now tops Ford’s range, and costs as much as a Corvette Z06.
If you thought pickup trucks were getting expensive, you haven’t seen anything yet. Ford has just introduced a new range-topping trim for its Super Duty truck series, and it starts at $80,835.
The Super Duty Limited is now the most expensive Super Duty you can buy, eclipsing the $77,325 F-450 Platinum. As you’d expect from a truck that costs as much as a nicely specced Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, there’s a ton of standard features aimed at the ever-rising luxury truck market.
Every Super Duty Limited F-250 comes with Ford’s 6.7-liter Power Stroke turbodiesel, four-wheel drive, and can be optioned as a single or a dually. Standard equipment includes a specially designed grille, LED headlights, heated front and rear seats, ventilated front seats, a heated leather-wrapped steering wheel, lane-departure warning, forward-collision warning with automated emergency braking, custom two-tone leather seats, leather-upholstered dash and armrests, ash-wood trim, a satin tailgate trim, and unique badging with a center console-mounted serial number.
Upgrade to the F-350, and it’ll cost $82,010. Want the F-450? That’s $87,100. With every option box checked, the Super Duty Limited tops out at $94,455. For a Ford truck.
via Car and Driver