2005 Ford Super Duty F250 Review
The 2005 Ford Super Duty F250 has been upgraded with small changes from 2004 to make it the strongest, toughest truck in this class of full-size pickup. For 2005, the F250 includes the ability to tow 11,000 pounds safely, as well as a 1,000 pound hauling increase over the 2004 version. It also includes a tow command system with both standard and factory installed features, and a new suspension that provides better control with the ability to quickly move in and out of tight spots.
The 2005 F250 is available in wedgewood blue, Arizona beige, basic black or silver, dark copper, dark green satin, dark shadow gray, dark stone metallic, dark toreador red, oxford white, and true blue. Also available with all F250’s is a limited slip differential or axle, electronic parking aid, daylight running lights, skid plate, mud guards, tow hitch receiver, CD changer, cargo area cover, cargo net, load bearing exterior rack, and pickup truck bed liner.
Standard equipment the 2005 F250 is a radio, ABS brakes, tachometer, and air bags for passenger and driver, locking pickup truck tailgate, pickup truck cargo box light, front air dam, interval wipers, towing prep package, and cargo area tie downs.
The standard engine with all 2005 Ford Super Duty F250 trims is a 5.4 L 300 hp 24-valve gas engine producing 365 ft lbs of torque @ 3759 rpm and including Sequential Electronic Fuel Injection. There are two optional engines available; a 6.0 L 325 hp 32-valve diesel engine producing 570 ft lbs of torque @ 2000 rpm and a 6.8 L 362 hp 30-valve gas engine producing 457 ft lbs of torque @ 3250 rpm.
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