If you were looking for the most expensive F-Series pickup truck or you just wanted plenty of luxury features usually found in a limo in your new trusty workhorse, then Ford has just revealed the new Super Duty Limited series.
Positioned as the absolute king of the F-Series range, the new Super Duty Limited models combine technology and comfort features that are usually reserved for premium flagship sedans with their inherent strengths, including a tow capacity of more than 30,000lbs in the case of the F-450 Limited.
Speaking of which, the new Ford F-450 Limited now starts from $87,100, with the company acknowledging that if a customer checks every box on the options list the total will be as much as $94,455 or just above $100,000 when you include taxes and fees.
You might ask yourself what’s the point of a nearly $100k pickup truck and Ford will tell you that more than 50 percent of the Super Duty range’s sales this year are about high-end models, like the Lariat, King Ranch and Platinum Series, so clearly the demand is there for the taking.
The Limited series adds features like custom Camelback two-tone leather seats, premium stitched leather-wrapped steering wheel, armrests and instrument panel, a suede headliner, hand-finished dark ash wood trim and the obligatory special badging.
A special twin-bar satin grille with chrome accents, quad-beam LED lights and a satin-finished tailgate applique are bespoke to Limited models while each one has a dedicated serial number laser-etched on the center console armrest.
The range-topping Super Duty models also come with a range of class-exclusive tech features, including a high-definition 360-degree camera with Trailer Reverse Guidance, BLIS with trailer coverage, adaptive cruise control and more.
Ford’s new Super Duty Limited trucks will be powered by the 6.7-liter Powerstroke V8 diesel across the F-250 ($80,835), F-350 ($82,010) and F-450 ($87,100) versions, with a single- or dual-rear-wheel configurations, with the first examples to arrive at dealerships this winter.