The Ford Super Duty is the ideal truck for hardworking drivers around Hamilton, Madison, and Morrisville, NY, looking for their next worksite companion. Under the Super Duty umbrella, you'll find three different models: the F-250, the F-350, and the F-450. So, which one is right for you?

At Friendly Ford Hamilton, it's important to our team to help you get behind the wheel of the right pickup for your daily projects. So, read on and we'll show you what sets these Ford F-250 vs. Ford F-350 Super Duty models apart.

F-250 vs F-350: What's the Same?

Before we dive into their differences, let's show you how the Ford F-250 and the F-350 are similar, so you can get a good idea of how they'll perform. Both these workhorses can be armed with the following commanding engine options to provide you with a rugged and powerful drive:

Engine Option


Torque (lb-ft)

6.2-liter V8



7.3-liter V8



6.7-liter Power Stroke V8 Turbo Diesel



In addition to similar construction under the hood, these Ford trucks offer a choice among Regular Cab, SuperCab, or Crew Cab. Choose from seating for three to six passengers as well as more cabin space that can be configured into cargo room for all your tools and essentials to get a ride that meets your specific demands.

F-250 vs F-350 Towing Capacity

Despite offering the same engines, the F-250 and the F-350 can be equipped in different ways to achieve various towing capabilities. When properly armed, the Ford F-250 can handle 22,800 pounds with ease to help you take your toy hauler out on the road. If you need a little more muscle to handle heftier work equipment, you may prefer the Ford F-350 with a maximum towing capacity of 35,750 pounds.

No matter which model's towing capability appeals to you, you can opt for the Pro Trailer Backup Assist™ to make backing up your trailer easier. This feature syncs your truck and trailer so you can back your camper into a campsite or load your boat into the water with the simple turn of a dial.

F-250 vs F-350 Payload Capacity

Once again, these Super Duty models are evenly matched when it comes to cargo area options. In both the F-350 and the F-250, you can choose from either a 6.75-foot or 8-foot cargo bed to meet the specific demands of your worksite.

Of course, with greater towing capability also comes a better payload capacity in the Ford F-350 since it can handle hauls up to 7,850 pounds. The Ford F-250 can still get some serious work done with a maximum payload capacity of 4,260 pounds-perfect for carrying building materials and a power saw or even a lawn mower.

Ford F-250 vs F-350: Which Truck Will You Choose?

The answer to which Super Duty is right for you lies in your specific needs. Clearly, either the Ford F-250 or the F-350 is equipped to handle action around your worksite, so you should choose your pickup based on the capabilities your next project calls for.

Test drive your favorite Ford truck at Friendly Ford Hamilton today. See you soon, Hamilton, Madison, and Morrisville, New York!

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