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293 Ford F-350 results

Ford F-350 OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
4.3
8 Reviews
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Overall
4.3
Value
4.4
Style
3.3
Performance
4.6
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.9
Reliability
4.0
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R. M.
R. M.
Hampton, Virginia
4.0
Perfect for its purpose
Overall, this is a great vehicle which serves the purpose for which I bought it. As a work truck, it never fails to haul any materials to a job site, and with proper maintenance, it has exceeded the average useful life of a vehicle of this type.
BRO
BRO
Los Altos, California
5.0
For Any Purpose
The Ford F-350 is one of the most versatile trucks on the market. If you need to haul materials because of work or you just went on a large shopping spree, this truck has the space to tow almost a ton worth of material
New York, New York
4.0
Features and hauling capacity will make your choice for you. There was a time when you could get a one ton version of an F250 or F350, so if you are considering an older truck you might be able to get away with a lower trim model.
Features and hauling capacity will make your choice for you. There was a time when you could get a one ton version of an F250 or F350, so if you are considering an older truck you might be able to get away with a lower trim model. My 1996 F250 was such a truck, with the features I wanted. I specifically wanted a long bed with an extended cab (and not a crew cab). I haven’t seen any F350 from my year with just an extended cab. Another advantage of my F250 is that though I have the hauling capacity of a one ton truck, I can pull parts from half ton, and I have a gasoline engine. In modern super duty trucks there is no cross compatibility with their light duty trucks. I would say if you are picking a modern truck hauling capacity is all that matters in making the decision(apart from expense.) F350s are also better set up to haul things over long distances. On the other hand it is far easier to end up in over your head with a repair for a F350. I’ve known construction workers who had to sell an old truck because they can’t afford to fix what is wrong with it.