New Ford SuperDuty Models in West Chester, PA

Get the Job Done in One of Our New Ford Super Duty® Trucks

Whether your business requires a truck to tow or haul unprecedented amounts or your weekend getaways need more strength than normal, a new Ford Super Duty truck can get you and your items wherever they need to go. Found in three models, the Ford F-250, Ford F-350, and F-450, there's a strength, size, and luxury level for any Malvern or Glen Mills driver. All you need to do is pick the right Ford Super Duty for you.

Which Ford Super Duty Truck Fits You Best?

The Ford Super Duty is available in many different options. Drivers can choose from the three models, F-250, F-350, and F-450, as well as from different bed sizes, cab sizes, trim levels, and powertrains. To help our West Chester area drivers find the right Ford Super Duty for them, here's a closer look at the differences between each Ford Super Duty truck.

  • Ford F-250 - Taking one step above the Ford F-150 pickup truck, the Ford F-250 is slightly larger and more powerful. It can be found in three cab sizes (Regular, Super, and Crew) and two bed sizes (6 ¾ foot or 8 foot) and has six trim levels from which you can choose. When it's fully equipped, the Ford F-250 can tow up to 15,000-pounds.
  • Ford F-350 - Similar to the Ford F-250 in options, the Ford F-350 carries the same configurations as above. With its additional performance features, though, it can tow up to 20,000-pounds when equipped to do so.
  • Ford F-450 - As the most powerful Ford Super Duty, the Ford F-450 is capable of up to 24,200-pounds of towing capability. When it contains a fifth wheel and gooseneck, the limit goes up to 37,000-pounds. Because of its size, it's only available in the 8-foot bed option and can be found in Regular Cab and Crew Cab sizes.

Visit Fred Beans Ford of West Chester to Test Drive a New Ford Super Duty

If you'd like to see each Ford Super Duty for yourself, feel free to stop by our West Chester dealership. We'd love to offer you a test drive and answer your truck questions today!