The 2014 Ford F-250 Super Duty is available with two or four-wheel drive in three styles: two-door, four-door extended and four-door crew. It has extended rear-hinged access-style doors to rear, but the crew has a full-size four-doors-normal pattern. Both can be had with a standard (6.8-foot) or long (8-foot) cargo bed, but the normal is found only in the long bed. Consumers have a choice between five trim levels: base XL, XLT midlevel, Lariat upscale, luxury King Ranch and Platinum Posh. The Lariat is available on SuperCab and crew on earlier models, while the King Ranch and Platinum previously offered only crew to stop.
The 2014 Ford F-250 XL sticks to the basic common tools includes 17-inch wheels, steel, a black grille and Persi, black door handles, manual-telescoping trailer tow mirrors, air-conditioning, vinyl floor Coverings and Upholstery, a 40/20 / 40 split front bench, a steering wheel tilt-and-telescoping and two speaker sound system with radio AM / FM.
The 2014 Ford F-250 XLT adds 17-inch cast-aluminum wheels, a grille,Chrome and Persi, heated mirrors, cast aluminum wheels, cruise control, full power accessories, entry keyless, an integrated trailer brake controller, padded door of the rack, the floor carpeted, Upholstery fabric, voice command system Ford Sync, Bluetooth phone and audio communication, lockable storage and power point under the rear seat and a four-speaker sound system with CD player, audio auxiliary jack and USB interface.
The Lariat trims cranks up the luxury with 18-inch wheels, fog lights, power telescoping mirrors, rear parking sensors, remote start, power to the rear window with defrost, body-color door handles, two-zone automatic climate control and the leather Upholstery. Also standard are a computer and a 4.2-inch color journey, wood-tone interior trim, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, power pedals Adjustable, leather Upholstery, eight way power-Adjustable front seats, the middle front seat that turns into a center console, I-Touch MyFord infotainment system with 8-inch screen, improved Sync to work, rearview camera and an eight speaker audio system with satellite radio. Note that the Lariat crew receives a premium Sony audio system.
A pile of King Ranch on the power-folding and telescoping tow mirrors, two-tone paint, grille, body color Add to Chrome, exterior badging and unique interior, navigation system, leather, special Upholstery, heated seats and front, driver memory settings and Sony audio system as standard. The top-of-the-line Platinum Chrome adds more color on the outside, -20 inch wheels good variety, a grille assist step, wood-tone trim the inside of a unique, better color Upholstery and heated steering wheel.
Some of the features on fancier methods are available as options on the lower trims. Some of the ways (depending on trim level) include axle ratios are different, the stowable bed extender, a walk-off, heavy-duty alternators, points to the increasing fifth-wheel/gooseneck, roof lights, permission, or bedliners drop in spray-in, the sunroof and integrated accessory switches. The available Ford Work Solutions package adds an in-dash computer that’s customizable to suit users and commercial fleets. Also available is a pack FX4 Off-Road (4WD model only), which includes an electronic locking up the difference, all-terrain tires, hill descent control, skid plates and the Rancho shock absorbers.
2014 Ford F-250 Interior
Even by the standards of the heavy-duty trucks, the room 2014 Ford F-250’s are pretty basic. Plastics, Hard to rule on the grassroots level dashboard trim; difference between night and day between 2014 Ford F-250and the 2014 Ram 2500 in this regard. However, the Lariat adds a vibe decidedly upscale rich skin added services such as MyFord Touch, while the King Ranch and Platinum model is Acer now. Storage options and Utility rates, Ford F-250. There’s a bin lockable available under the 40/20/40-split front bench seat, and the seatback in the middle folds down to serve as an armrest. One bin lockable take long to receive the items found under the rear seats, and includes a 12 volt power point to charge electronic portable devices. It’s found 40/console/40 front bench can be adjusted in order to receive the laptop, hanging files and other office-style. It also gives a 12 volt power point and the 110 volt power fast.
Standard since the Lariat on up is a great multifunction display in the Cluster tool that allows the driver to customize settings, and the relay trip computer, fuel economy, towing and off-road information. The Lariat and higher trims also get the infotainment system MyFord Touch, which includes two USB ports, a slot SD card and the 8-inch screen phone control, climate control, entertainment and navigation features and includes an expanded voice controlled vocabulary. Note that this version of MyFord Touch includes a physically large button for climate and audio controls allows it to be operated wearing work gloves.
2014 Ford F-250 Engine
The 2014 Ford F-250 Super Duty comes standard with the 6.2-liter gasoline V-8 engine that produces the 385 horsepower and 405 pound-feet of torque. The optional 6.7-liter diesel-powered V8 rated at 400 HP and 800 LB-ft of torque point. Both engines come and go automatic six-speed configurations offer rear-and four-wheel. Well equipped, the 2014 Ford F-250 Super Duty with diesel can be claimed up to 14,000 pounds with a conventional trailer setup. Its configured for fifth-wheel towing, the subject of that number to 16,800 pounds. Maximum payload capacity 4,240 pounds.
2014 Ford F-250 Safety
The 2014 Ford F-250 Super Duty comes standard with four-wheel antilock disc brakes, traction control and stability, trailer power control, hill start assist, side curtain airbag and the SOS post-crash alert system. The integrated trailer brake controller is the standard on XLT and higher models, and Lariat trim level adds rear parking zones and pedals Adjustable power. A rearview camera is optional on 2014 Ford F-250 XLT and standard on the Lariat and older.