The main difference that will come with the Ford Super Duty Truck are the styles of the cab. There is a two-door cab, four-door SuperCab and four-door crew cab. Only the crew cab boasts four full size doors. The length of the bed can vary as well. Aside from the two door model which only comes with a long bed, the trucks can come with either a standard or long bed.
There are four trims on each of the models and they include the XL, XLT, Lariat and King Ranch. The base is the XL and the King Ranch is the luxury trim. When it comes to needing a truck for work the XL is likely a good way to go. It starts with steel wheels that are 17 inches, black grille and bumpers and tow mirrors that telescope for pulling trailers. There is also air conditioning, vinyl on the floors and upholstery and a split bench seat. There is an AM/FM radio with two speakers.
With the XLT there is the addition of chrome on the grille and bumpers as well as heated mirrors, aluminum wheels and a trailer brake controller. The interior has full power, keyless entry, carpet and cloth and a lockable storage. The radio goes up to a four speaker system with CD and auxiliary jack.
With the Lariat trim of the Ford Super Duty Truck buyers can expect foglamps, mirrors that telescope, parking sensors on the rear, an increase in wheel size and powered rear window that slides. Inside there will be climate control and leather upholstery. Powered front seats offer a multitude of adjustments and the middle seat converts to a console. There is also a computer, wood trim, rearview mirror that dims and the Sync system.
The King Ranch trim of the Ford Super Duty Truck is the ultimate in luxury. It will include enhanced tow mirrors with power, two tone in the paint colors, a grille that is the same color as the body and featuring chrome, special badging inside and out and a remote start. There is also leather upholstery with floor mats and trim on the doors that match. The seats are heated and offer ventilation, the driver seat has memory and there is a camera in the rear.
There are plenty of optional features available as well. They include 20 inch wheels, a bed extender that is stowable, a power take-off for the transmission, stronger alternators, mounting points for a fifth wheel, lights on the roof for clearance, a bed liner that is sprayed in, sunroof and a navigation system. XL and XLT can also obtain Ford Work Solutions which has an in-dash computer. The FX4 Off-Road Package gives a locking rear differential, all terrain tires, descent control for hills, skid plates and shock absorbers.