F-650 & F-750
Sometimes the solution to a job is just who can work the hardest. For jobs that require a lot of muscle and heavy lifting, you can rely on Ford’s F-650 and F-750 to get your goods on the road and carry lots of them. For example, if you have a construction or utility business, you might want to look for an F-650 or F-750.
Proudly built at the Ohio Assembly Plant in Avon Lake, Ford controls every phase of the truck’s development in-house. Ford’s hard-working experts oversee every detail, from the design of even nuts and bolts to the final construction. With Ford's ability to have full control during the manufacturing, you can be sure that you will receive the best truck for your business needs for the duration of your purchase.
The Ford commercial medium-duty work trucks, F-650 and F-750, are built to be "Ford tough" with some of the most powerful engines. These engines are designed to give unrivaled power to take on any job, no matter how tough. The F-650 and F-750 feature a 7.3L V8 gas engine and the improved 6.7L Power Stroke turbo diesel engine, each equipped with a responsive 6-speed automatic transmission. These engines are massive and have some of the best capabilities you will find anywhere. These trucks pack a ton of power under the hood.
The medium-duty trucks from Ford have a wide GVWR (gross vehicle weight rating) because they know that when it comes to your business, you need different levels of strength. With GVWR starting at 20,500 lbs with the F-650 Pro Loader, you get an incredible start to your next heavy loading job, but it can reach as high as 37,000 lbs if your business needs the extra weight capabilities. The F-650 and F-750 series give you the option of a pro-loader, straight frame, or tractor with either a gas or diesel engine.
Does your business need a reliable and safe cargo and passenger van? The Ford Transit and Transit Connect provide cargo and crew options to suit your needs. This type of van is best for people who need to move a lot of delicate equipment, like a photographer, or someone who needs to fit a lot of cargo. This can include businesses like bakeries, flower shops, package delivery services, electricians, and other utility-oriented fields. You can also configure a Transit van to fit up to 15 passengers if you are transporting passengers, like patients or school kids, rather than supplies and goods.
Equipped with a 10-speed automatic transmission and improved tech, the Ford Transit commercial vans are designed to be reliable and safe, so you have peace of mind. The Transit Connect will offer you an option of an 8-speed or 6-speed automatic transmission depending on the engine, but there is no lack of safety. These vehicles are equipped with advanced safety technology in the form of the Ford Co-Pilot360 suite, so whether you need to transport passengers or cargo, your drivers have every tool at their disposal to stay out of harm’s way.
Here are some of our favorite key safety features:
- Pre-Collision Assist: This feature can help avoid or reduce the intensity of a collision with another vehicle in front of your position. Detecting a possible collision, the assist system alerts the driver and utilizes automatic emergency braking to help if corrective action comes too slowly.
- Lane Keeping System: This feature is there to help you stay in your lane when you start drifting, whether from a brief moment of distraction or poor weather. This feature can read your vehicle’s position on the road between lines and alert you to get back in your lane. If this starts happening frequently, you'll see a coffee cup icon light up, telling you it might be time to take a break.
- BLIS with Cross-Traffic Alert: The Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) uses radars to identify if a vehicle has entered into your blindspot, offering alerts to let you know. The Cross-Traffic Alert uses similar radar technology to detect and alert you if a car is behind you while backing out of a driveway or parking space.
These safety features combined with responsive all-wheel drive and tons of cargo space make the Ford vans a no brainer for winters in New York so you can load up everything you need in one trip no matter how frightful the weather is.
Super Duty Chassis Cab: Unstoppable Workhorses
With incredible performance and capability, the Ford super duty and Chassis Cab models are versatile and powerful additions to any job or business. This commercial vehicle type provides a wide range of use options, from towing on the flatbed for construction to ambulances to being a large box storage carrier like a moving van. If your company needs a big and powerful vehicle, it's time to look at the Super Duty Chassis Cab.
Built to be the strongest 3-5 chassis cab truck ever made, the Super Duty Chassis Cab has been designed and improved with a high-strength, military-grade aluminum alloy, which saves more weight for impressive payloads. Some of that weight has been reintroduced strategically in studier axles, chassis parts, and a steel under-cab. All of these features have been built to ensure that the super duty and chassis cab trucks are in it for the long haul.
Under the hood, these trucks have some incredible engines. Starting with the 7.3L OHV PFI Gas V8. This is the largest V8 in a heavy-duty pickup, with 350 horsepower and 468 lb-ft of torque, making it the best-in-class. Designed for durability through the day in and day out work.
A tried and true classic, the 6.7L Power Stroke V8 turbo-diesel is in its third generation and only is improving with time. This new series has even greater capability with 330 horsepower and a mind-bending 825 lb-ft of torque. Finally, the 6.2L Flex-Fuel gas V8 is the standard engine option on the F-350 models. This engine delivers an outstanding 430 lb-ft of torque at low rpm and 385 horsepower. This engine is a proven workhorse that will help you with any job.