In the outgoing Super Duty, the standard engine was a 6.2-liter V8. For 2023, a 6.8-liter displacement that targets more low-end torque is the default. The 7.3-liter V8 from the previous model received a few minor tweaks that allow it to target the best gasoline horsepower and torque in this class. But the real object of our attention is the new 6.7-liter Power Stroke diesel, which Ford contends will produce 500 hp and 1,200 lb.-ft. of torque (which would also be best-in-class). Each of these engines will pair with a 10-speed TorqShift automatic transmission.
Many Super Duty buyers are most enamored of the model’s superior towing and payload. For model year 2023, the Super Duty continues to dominate the class with its towing capabilities capping at 40,000 pounds and payload at 8,000 lb. With the diesel, it will be able to handle up to 30,000 lb. of towing and 7,100 lb. of payload.
Ford has boosted the overall appeal of the redesigned Super Duty with some interior improvements, reimagining it with enticing new features including fresh center display screens (8 inches standard and 12 in. available), a customizable 12-inch digital gauge cluster, four USB ports, a standard eight-speaker sound system (or an available 18-speaker Bang & Olufsen), and available wireless device charging. There’s also a center console slot that can accommodate a tablet upright for easier use when the truck is parked. For enhanced comfort during downtime, the ’23 Super Duty’s Max Recline Seats (which fold almost entirely horizontal) will appeal to busy professionals in need of a break. The Pro Power Onboard system will now be offered as well to provide more exportable power than any other existing heavy-duty pickup or chassis cab. To top it off, the ’23 Super Duty will be the first pickup in the U.S. with 5G capability.
The Super Duty’s exterior has been given a major makeover for 2023. It’s offered with seven new grille designs, each of which is optimized to provide better cooling performance under heavy load. What’s more, the long side vents look cool while helping to reduce under-hood air pressure for improved aerodynamics, while the signature C-clamp lighting elements add modern flair. Several upgrade packages will be available: the STX, Sport, Black, XL Off-Road, and Tremor. The first three are appearance packages, but the XL Off-Road and Tremor contain some more functional amenities. For instance, the XL Off-Road Package for the F-250 and F-350 features beefy 33-inch tires, a raised air dam, water-fording axle vent tubes, skid plates, and an electronic locking rear differential. The formidable Tremor Off-Road Package adds a front-end lift, a uniquely tuned suspension, a Dana front axle with limited-slip differential and axle vent tubes, 35-inch Goodyear tires, special 18-inch wheels, Trail Control, a rock-crawl drive mode, and new Trail Turn Assist.
There won’t be any shortage of driver-assistive technologies in the 2023 Super Duty, with the likes of intelligent adaptive cruise control, lane centering assist, front and rear parking sensors with braking assist, and a head-up display. Some notable trailering assists will also be offered, too, such as a surround-view camera, a blind-spot information system, an industry-first tailgate down camera and tailgate down reverse sensing system, trailer theft alert, Onboard Scales with Smart Hitch (which estimates the cargo weight and offers guidance on trailer tongue-weight distribution), trailer navigation (which can optimize travel routes based on trailer dimensions and weight), and trailer hitch assist. For Ford Pro customers, Fleet Start Inhibit will let you schedule timeframes for when the vehicle can be started.
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