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Compare 2023 Ford F-150 vs 2023 Ford Super Duty F-250

2023 Ford F-150 vs 2023 Ford Super Duty F-250
2023 Ford F-150 2023 Ford Super Duty F-250


3.3L V6 6.8L V8


290 hp 405 hp

  Max Towing Capacity

14,000 lbs * 22,000 lbs *

  Max Payload Capacity

3,310 lbs * 4,268 lbs *

2023 Ford F-150 vs 2023 Ford Super Duty F-250

Serving Grafton, WV

The Ford F-150 has maintained its strong appeal with power-minded truck drivers for decades. It offers significant functionality and modern features in all of its trims. However, some drivers have more demanding needs on the road and may be drawn to the Super Duty F-250. A thorough comparison is needed if you decide which of these impressive, full-size trucks is the best option.


The maximum tow rating for the F-150 is 14,000 pounds, and it can handle a payload of 3,325 pounds. The F-150's most powerful engine is offered exclusively with the Raptor R trim, a 700-horsepower, supercharged V8 unit. A turbo V6 hybrid system is also offered, giving you 430 combined horsepower. In comparison, the Super Duty F-250 can tow up to 22,800 pounds and has a payload capacity of 4,260 pounds. Several powertrains are available, including a V8 diesel, a V8 gas, and a high-output V8 diesel.


The F-150 is easily differentiated from the Super Duty F-250 in a side-by-side review. The F-150 is dominant, with chiseled definition areas over the sides and fenders. The tall nose is enhanced with a thick chrome bumper, and the wide grille has chrome trim. The tall headlights are commanding and accented with an LED surround. The Super Duty F-250 has a taller front end with a flat yet defined hood. The grille displays chrome bars that run horizontally and link with the headlights. A three-sided LED surround boosts the innovative headlight design.


Both of these Ford trucks are outfitted to impress you on the road. At various trims, they offer high-end leather seats, Pro Power Onboard, Apple CarPlay with Android Auto, a Bang & Olufsen sound system, a 360-degree camera, evasive steering assist, heated front and rear seats, wireless device charging, adaptive cruise control, remote start, and other gear. The F-250 has several other features, including a Sync 4 infotainment system, massaging front seats, a trailer tow camera, an oversized and powered sunroof, and a few additional items.

The F-150 and the Super Duty F-250 are offered with multiple powertrains, trims, and optional packages, so a more detailed comparison is essential. Contact Toothman Ford today to compare these models in person with our team's full support.

* When properly equipped. Max towing and payload capacities vary based on cargo, vehicle configuration, accessories and number of passengers.

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