When being Super is just the beginning…

When it comes to upping the ante for F-Series Super Duty trucks, we here at Ford definitely relate to the idea of “go big or go home.”

Not content with redefining heavy-duty pickup truck capability – taking the best-in-class benchmarks for towing and horsepower to new levels – the Super Duty development team looked at ways to make using all that capability an easier and more confidence-inspiring experience.

Our team is so dedicated to this truck they wouldn’t settle for anything less than SEVENTEEN class-exclusive features* in the all-new 2017 F-Series Super Duty. Ranging from smart to smarter, these features are as varied as they are helpful for Ford truck drivers who regularly haul trailers.



When your trailer commands a serious presence on the road and you need to stay aware of other vehicles around you, BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) with Cross-Traffic Alert and Trailer Tow10* uses radar hidden in the taillights to detect vehicles entering not only the blind spot of your vehicle, but also your trailer’s blind spot.

Just as impressive is our Trailer Reverse Guidance* – technology that uses cameras to see more angles and keep you aware of conditions around your truck, while also providing real-time guidance when you’re backing up a trailer.


The tech doesn’t stop with your trailer though—with the Super Duty you’ll be able to enjoy our next-gen voice-activated SYNC® 3 technology, perfect for everything from sending a text to navigating to your next destination.

The exciting innovations available in the 2017 Super Duty don’t stop there. Add Adaptive Cruise Control, a trailer-capable tire pressure monitoring system, as well as the tougher, lighter aluminum body that allows us to make the steel frame 24 times stiffer and one thing becomes clear: when it comes to trailer-towing trucks and innovative technologies, the “super” in Super Duty is a title well earned.


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