2022 FORD F-350
With its immense capability and variety of configuration options, the 2022 Ford F-350, Moose Jaw, is a good pick for commercial and consumer heavy-duty trucking. Updates for Ford's pickup improve its structural integrity and connectivity capabilities while keeping it fresh and current.
2022 sees a new appearance package, new infotainment options, and fresh exterior and interior colours for the 2022 Ford F-350, Moose Jaw. Now available on the heavy-duty pickup is a 12.0-inch touchscreen that features Ford's new Sync 4 system, Apple’s CarPlay, and Android Auto. As part of the Lariat Sport appearance package, the model is equipped with a black running board and chrome exhaust tips, along with colour-matched grilles, bumpers, and exterior mirrors.
A sharp dash design and a practical layout make up the Super Duty's interior, combining fashion and function. Its basic version is equipped with a split-bench in the front that converts into a 40/20/40 configuration. Adding a Super or Crew Cab increases the seating capacity to six, adding another three seats in the rear. The high-end models feature two front-seat bench styles in the back.
A workhorse like the 2022 Ford F-350, Moose Jaw, has no chance of being mistaken for anything else. This vehicle has a large, bulky front, and the quad headlights emphasize its size. On the top two trim levels, there are polished aluminum 20-inch wheels. Crew Cab models can be optioned with a moonroof, and Limited models come standard with one.
Ford includes several safety features on F-350 models as standard equipment. As standard features, all models come with automatic headlights, stability control, ABS, tire pressure monitoring, and the standard rearview camera. Even though entry-level models are pretty barebones, XLT models come with blind-spot monitoring, cross-traffic alerts, and forward-collision warnings. The King Ranch gains surround-view monitors and lane-keep alerts, while the Lariat and upwards get reverse sensors. In addition, the Limited receives adaptive cruise control and steering, and the Platinum gets adaptive cruise control and adaptive steering.
The basic infotainment system includes a Bluetooth interface, a 4G Wi-Fi hotspot, and basic SYNC software. The XL regular cabs come with four speakers, while SuperCabs and Crew Cabs have six speakers. The entry-level trim includes a 4.2-inch infotainment screen carried over from the XLT last year, with Bluetooth and voice-activated controls. The new SYNC 4 software will be available in this year's Lariat model navigation, and over-the-air software updates will become standard. The audio setup has been upgraded to include a Bang & Olufsen 10-speaker system.
The F-350's price reflects the wide range it covers. Regular Cab XL models start at $44,556.25. The XLT starts at $40,620.00 for the Regular Cab, $55,004.48 for the SuperCab, and $57,206.41 for the Crew Cab. The Lariat SuperCab models cost $60,924.10, and the Crew Cabs are $65,078.45. There are only Crew Cab models of the King Ranch, and they retail for $80,866.19. The top-spec Limited is priced at $110,433.13, and the Platinum with a Crew Cab costs $87,783.86.
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