The 2008 Ford Super Duty F250 has a number of features that add to the usability, safety and convenience of the world’s toughest truck. The 2008 features a diesel power-plant with an upgraded chassis and suspension.
The 2008 F250 is available in dark shadow grey, dark blue pearl, oxford white, basic black, stunning red and bright silver. Standard with all F250 pickups are a locking pickup truck tailgate, ABS brakes front and back, radio, tachometer, air bags for driver and passenger, tire inflation/pressure monitor, tow prep package, tow hitch receiver, and trip computer. Additional standard features include a second row folding seat, cargo area tie downs, pickup truck cargo box light, front air dam, full size spare tire, and interval wipers. Standard equipment with all 2008 F250 Lariat models includes sliding rear pickup truck window, driver multi-adjustable power seat, and body side/cab step or running board.
Optional additions to all pickups are an electronic parking aid, cargo area cover, pickup truck bed liner, mud guards, and heated exterior mirror. Optional equipment with XL trims includes power adjustable exterior mirrors, power door locks, traction control, power windows, air conditioning, cruise control, tilt steering, tilt steering column, steering wheel mounted controls, CD player and front split bench seat. Optional features with all 2008 Lariat models include DVD player, navigational aid, and second row sound controls.
A 5.4L 300hp 24-valve gas engine producing 365 ft lbs of torque @ 3750 rpm is standard equipment with all 2008 Ford Super Duty F250 pickups. There are two optional engines available: a 6.4L 350hp 32-valve diesel engine producing 650 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.
The standard transmission included with all 2008 Ford Super Duty F250 pickups is a 6-speed manual overdrive transmission. The optional transmission for all 2008 Ford Super Duty F250 models is a 5-speed TorqShift automatic overdrive transmission.
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