Photo gallery: The 2017 Ford Super Duty

Photo gallery: The 2017 Ford Super Duty

At an event this month in Denver, Colo., Fleet Equipment was given the opportunity for extensive test drives of Ford’s new 2017 Super Duty. The 2017 edition of the Super Duty is the first that the company has designed from the ground up in 18 years. FE Associate Editor Alex Crissey took the new trucks for a spin on the mountainous routes of Colorado, and snapped a few choice pictures with the truck at the beautiful Eldorado Canyon State Park. Enjoy the photos, and information about next year’s Super Duty line, below:


Ford first displayed the 2017 Super Duty in front of Sports Authority Field, home of the Denver Broncos.


The Super Duty displayed its handling and braking capabilities on the hilly and mountainous streets of Colorado.

Watch: Ford Trucks’ Mike Levine talks about the Super Duty at this year’s Work Truck Show.


Towing capabilities of the Super Duty are as follows: 32, 500 lbs. maximum gooseneck towing capacity on F-450, 27,500 lbs. fifth-wheel towing capacity, and 21,000 lbs. conventional towing. Maximum payload for the Super Duty is now rated at 7,630 lbs.  


The Ford Super Duty among the cliffs of Eldorado State Park.

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