With the 2018 Ford F-650, you're looking at a Class 6 medium-duty truck that's designed and built for the most demanding jobs you can throw at it.
2018 Ford F-650
Why Buy the 2018 Ford F-650?
Whether you're looking for a construction vehicle, a towing monster, or an extremely capable box van, the latest 2018 Ford F-650 is intended to appeal to businesses and governments, who have big jobs and even bigger responsibilities.
Since the 2016 model year ushered-in an all-new version of the F-650, the big Ford has set new standards for what buyers can expect from this class of truck. The F-650 is available as a regular F-650, a Pro Loader, and a Tractor, as well as in Regular Cab, SuperCab, and Crew Cab formats. That's just the start, though, since what you transform your F-650 into depends entirely on what you need it to do.
What is the Ford F-650 Towing Capacity?
If you need to tow more than the 2018 F-650 can manage, you either need to look at the F-750 or talk to NASA about one of those tractors that used to pull rockets and shuttles in Florida.
As far as the gasoline F-650 Pro Loader is concerned, it's possible to tow a trailer of as much as 26,000 pounds. But if you go for the Straight Frame with the gas engine, that rating increases to 29,000 pounds. Believe it or not, the F-650 Tractor with the diesel engine is only rated at the same 29,000 pounds as the gas Straight Frame.
What Kind of Features Does the F-650 Have?
You won't find that the F-650 has the same number of features as a top-of-the-line F-250 Super Duty, but it does cover all the basics and then some. These medium trucks are first and foremost built to work hard, but Ford also appreciates that drivers will probably spend a lot of time in the cab of an F-650.
You'll be able to choose from a wide range of standard and available seating configurations, which include seats with fixed springs or even an air-ride design. The seats are available with vinyl or cloth upholstery, and an available 40/20/40 split front seat even includes an armrest with cup holders built in. The cabs are also designed to keep as much of the noise from those powerful engines out as possible, and in a head-to-head comparison with its leading rivals the F-650 is quieter both inside and out.