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2013 Ford F-Series Super Duty Sets Best-in-Class Towing and Payload Benchmarks

Ford has raised the bar with the F-Series lineup for 2013 with the Super Duty's towing, hauling and braking capabilities setting the standard among heavy-duty trucks. Ford engineers have raised conventional towing capacity to a class-leading 18,500 pounds, the maximum Gross Vehicle Weight Rating to a best-in-class 14,000 pounds and payload capability to a class-leading 7,260 pounds.


"Super Duty pickups and chassis cabs are the segment benchmarks, chosen by tradesmen more than any other heavy-duty truck to get the job done," said Raj Nair, Ford group vice president, Global Product Development. "To help our customers continue to become more productive and efficient, we've increased our towing and payload capability yet again."


For the 2013 model year, the Ford F-Series Super Duty pickup also gets a new Platinum series model and the availability of the SYNC with MyFord Touch system.

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