“I think we’ve been pleasantly surprised since the all-new Super Duty launched last year that there continues to be an appetite for luxury, for capability and for technology” Ford’s Brian Rathsburg told KTSA News.
It’s not that the other Super Duty versions are much cheaper. The starting prices for the F-250, F-350 and F-450 Super Duty Limited pickups range from $80,835 to $87,100.
Outside, the extra bling is relegated a satin-finish twin-bar grille with chrome accents, flanked by quad-beam LED headlamps. The satin look is carried around the back on the tailgate as well. As for power, Ford lists the 6.7-liter Power Stroke V8 diesel as the only engine option across the Limited line. Rated at 440 horsepower and 925 pound-feet of torque, it should be plenty to pull even the largest trailers across the country.
All of this luxury and feature content comes at a price. Ford says the F-250 Super Duty Limited will carry a starting price of $80,835, while the top-end F-450 Super Duty Limited will come in at $87,100. At those prices, we can successfully say pickup trucks have reached the price level of many high-end luxury vehicles; perhaps rightfully so.