2019 Ford F-150 vs 2019 Ford F-250

2019 Ford F-150 vs 2019 Ford F-250
2019 Ford F-150 2019 Ford F-250

  Engine

3.3L V6 6.2L V8

  Horsepower

290hp 385hp

  Max Towing Capacity

13,200 lbs. * 21,000 lbs. *

2019 Ford F-150 vs 2019 Ford F-250

Serving Hammond, VA

For those who aren’t in the know, the Ford F-series pickup trucks are the best selling vehicle in all of America. Their lightweight aluminum bodies, stylish looks, ample features, increased technological capabilities, and towing capacities have made them a smashing hit all across the country. Trucks seem to get the job done no matter what it is, and Ford is just the most iconic brand with the most reasonably priced sticker price to get the job done right: even if the job is to look cool. There are a few key differences between the 2019 F-150 and 2019 F-250, so let’s explore them!

Performance

Towing capacity, horsepower, and torque can, for many, be the difference between getting the 2019 F-150 or the 2019 F-250. The range of engines in these best-selling models varies between a 3.3 liter V6 that produces a reliable 290 horses and 265 pound-feet of torque to a massive 6.7-liter turbodiesel V8 with 450 horses and a mind-boggling 935 pound-feet of torque. The 3.3 liter v6 achieves a very impressive 20 miles per gallon city and 26 highway, while the 6.7-liter v8 monster gets less given its immense capabilities. As far as towing capacity is concerned, the 3.3 liters can pull a generous 7,700 pounds; the 6.7 liter is for larger loads and can tow 13,200 pounds.

Appearance

Besides the Baja Raptor, the interior appearance is virtually the same in both trucks. Each truck is fully customizable to your liking and your budget, with upgradeable infotainment displays, premium quality speakers, leather and wood grain dashboard. The exteriors are nearly the same, too. The F-250 has three more inches of legroom than the F-150, and the F-250 holds three more cubic feet of storage in the bed. On the whole, the main exterior feature which sticks out the most is the seriously massive chrome grill on the front of the F-250s to let everyone know that you mean business, while the F-150 is a more stylish, fresh and subtle approach; The F-250 also comes with available orange signal lights on top of the vehicle.

Features

The same level of safety, technology in the 8-inch infotainment system, and full-color gauge clusters. Many of the features are the same and upgradeable, such as the Bang & Olufsen speakers. Both the F-150 and F-250 come with available Android Auto and Apple CarPlay via “Sync 3.0” technology integration. 4G LTE with WiFi is available on both vehicles, as well. As a result, the main difference between the F-150 and F-250 is the number of 12V outlets and USB outlets available to owners. The F-150 has two of each (which is way cooler than previous year models which had none), while the F-250 has four of each: two sets in the front cabin and two in the rear.

If any of these features struck a chord with you, then Bill Hood Ford cordially and warmly invites you to test-drive the best selling vehicle in America and see what all the fuss is about for yourself! Our welcoming team loves showing off all of the cool new features, giving out free test-drives, and answering all questions that you may have.

* When properly configured

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