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2010 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cab King Ranch

$46k regular-duty truck, designed & built in U.S.A. 6.8' box 2,850 lb capacity
300 hp 329 cu. in. V8

Pros

The F250 Super Duty Crew Cab King Ranch vs other Recent regular-duty trucks

Base payload capacity Bigger towing weight Help
2,850 lb
Drivetrain type Better drivetrain traction Help
four-wheel drive
Rear brakes Better brakes Help
Disc
front seats Spacious front seats Help
66.8 ft3
child door locks Child door locks Help
Standard
folding rear seats Folding rear seats Help
Standard
leather Leather Help
Standard
passenger power seats Passenger power seats Help
Standard
power seats Power seats Help
Standard
1/4 mile Zippy 1/4 mile time Help
15.1 s s @ 91.3 mph mph
entertainment system Entertainment system Help
Optional
0-60 mph Fast 0-60 time Help
6.5 seconds
Passengers Above average number of seats Help
6
back seats Very spacious back seats Help
68.1 ft3
CD player CD player Help
Standard
cruise control Cruise control Help
Standard
keyless entry Keyless entry Help
Standard
navigation system Navigation system Help
Optional
power mirrors Power mirrors Help
Standard
power windows Power windows Help
Standard
CD changer CD changer Help
Standard
premium radio Premium radio Help
Standard

Cons

The F250 Super Duty Crew Cab King Ranch vs other Recent regular-duty trucks

Ground clearance Below average ground clearance for rough terrain Help
7.8"
Airbags Few airbags Help
2
MSRP Quite expensive Help
$46,905
Horsepower Somewhat underpowered Help
300 HP @ 5,000 RPM
Curb-to-curb turning radius Wider turning radius Help
51.8 ft
Power-to-weight ratio Utilitarian performance Help
22.0 lb/hp

Other Trims

This model comes with four-wheel drive and a 6.8-ft box, but the F250 Super Duty Crew Cab King Ranch is also available in these trims:

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