The Ford F-Series of trucks is the best selling in America, with the Ford F-650 and Ford F-750 holding down the top of the lineup. These Ford trucks offer powerful diesel and gasoline engines, massive towing capacities, and American manufacturing that can handle any job required. Here’s an overview of the differences between the Ford F-650 and Ford F-750 heavy-duty trucks.
Features Found on Both Trucks
The 2023 Ford F-650 and Ford F-750 are similar-looking trucks at first glance. Both trucks come fully equipped with a variety of trims available for all manners of commercial work.
Gasoline models of both trucks are equipped with a class-exclusive 7.3-liter V8 gasoline engine with the largest displacement in its class and an overhead valve architecture that generates power low in the rev range to help move heavier loads quickly. The gas V8 engine outputs 335 horsepower and 468 lb-ft of torque.
You can also opt for a diesel-powered model of both Ford commercial trucks. The 6.7-liter Power Stroke V8 Turbo Diesel engine has a standard power rating of 270 horsepower and 700 lb-ft of torque.
Both trucks also come standard with various helpful features for the job site. These include:
- Live-drive power takeoff provision
- Ford Co-Pilot 360® driver-assist technologies
- A full line of Ford accessories and other options to discuss with your Ford dealer
- Convenient and easy uplifts are available
The main difference between these two Ford trucks is the GVWR or Gross Vehicle Weight Rating. For the Ford F-650, the GVWR is 29,000 pounds, while it is 37,000 pounds on the Ford F-750. The GVWR refers to the maximum loaded weight under which a truck can safely operate.
Here at Don’s Ford, we’re looking to receive these work-ready trucks any day. Head to our dealership for information, commercial truck financing, and more!