2007 Ford F-450

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The F-450 Super Duty Chassis Cab lineup is designed for hard work and is the popular choice for industrial and commercial applications. The wide variety of Ford Super Duty choices available to customers is one reason Ford has been the truck leader for almost three decades. The chassis cab breadth and depth of product, quality, power, toughness, reliability and ability to get any job done makes for a product that exceeds customer expectations.

The F-450 Chassis Cabs are available in Regular Cab, SuperCab and Crew Cab configurations in XL, XLT and Lariat trims. Designed with customization in mind, all models are available in 4x2 and 4x4 configurations.

The F-450 Super Duty truck lineup is manufactured at Ford’s 4.6-million square foot Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville – the largest truck plant in the world.

Design and Equipment

Super Duty has a confident stance, drop-down beltline, round wheel openings and a large grille with machined-appearance bars and distinctive side nostrils. Clean, sheer surfaces with distinctive geometric forms and strong lines introduce a modernized, highly structured look, emphasizing the overall sense of power.

Super Duty Chassis Cabs have flat frame rails designed specifically to accommodate aftermarket bodies. Two-piece frame rails allow for a replaceable front section module that enables easy service. Standard power-glass, manual-telescoping, trailer-tow mirrors on XLT and Lariat models have heated glass, two-way fold, integrated turn signals and clearance lights. SuperCab and Crew Cab 4x4 models can be equipped with the enhanced protection of a transfer case skid plate.

Wiring on isolated circuits is color-coded to facilitate vocational upfits. A through-the-frame-rail fuel-filler neck makes upfitting easier. The fuel tank comes in different configurations, including standard aft-of-axle, midship or both (diesel only), providing up to 59 gallons of optional capacity on dual-rear-wheel (DRW) diesel models.

Both SuperCab and Crew Cab configurations are best in class for interior roominess. The XL vinyl interior washes down quickly and holds up under severe conditions. The XLT and Lariat trims make a great work truck a great place to work.

Newly available for 2007 XL models is a power equipment group chrome package that includes power locks, power front side windows (and rears on Crew Cab), one-touch down driver side window, foldaway black power mirrors. A 40/20/40 split bench seat is also available on all XL models.

Powertrain and Chassis

Super Duty Chassis Cabs have power and torque, where and when you need it.

Powertrain options include the segment’s most powerful gasoline engine.

The 6.8-liter, 3-valve Triton™ V-10 produces 362 horsepower and 457 pound-feet of torque – both class-leading figures.

The Power Stroke® Turbodiesel is rated at 325 horsepower and 570 pound-feet of torque.

All engines benefit from electronic throttle control, which provides economy and performance benefits. For commercial users who need elevated engine speed to run aftermarket power takeoff (PTO) systems, the “stationary elevated idle control” feature is now available with all powertrains.

All engines offer the TorqShift® automatic transmission, with five forward speeds and Tow-Haul Mode, which provides improved control uphill and downhill, using a tailored shift strategy and engine braking as necessary.

Safety, Security and Maintenance

Safety and security features available on F-450 Super Duty Chassis Cabs includes air bags for the driver and right front passenger. Fog lamps on the Lariat enhance visibility in inclement weather.

All Super Duty customers benefit from “uptime-critical” parts ordering, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with next-day delivery 365 days a year.

Additional safety and security equipment includes alert chimes, safety belt energy-management retractors and pretensioners, Beltminder®, fuel pump inertia shutoff switch, side intrusion door beams and four-wheel anti-lock brakes.

Major Features and Options

XL:6.8-liter V-10 engine four dash-mounted upfitter switches; telescoping trailer tow mirrors; front tow hooks; seven-wire harness; auxiliary power point; roof clearance lights; AM/FM stereo; four-wheel disc brakes with ABS; 40-gallon fuel tank; air filter minder (diesel only) and rear­fold-bench seat.

XLT adds: Chrome front bumper; bright grille; dual-beam jewel-effect headlamps; 18-inch chrome steel wheels (SRW) or 17-inch steel wheels (DRW); air conditioning; power windows and door locks; power heated telescoping trailer tow mirrors with integrated clearance lights and turn signals; cloth seats; speed control; tilt steering wheel and CD player.

Lariat adds: Cab steps; fog lamps; six-way power driver and passenger seats with leather seating surfaces; privacy glass; leather-wrapped steering wheel; 18-inch premium bright aluminum (SRW) or 17-inch polished aluminum wheels (DRW); rear sliding window; advanced security group and trailer tow package.

Option packages include: keypad entry; auxiliary idle control kit; ambulance prep package; high capacity trailer tow package; max front GAWR package with heavy duty springs; low deflection package; power equipment; snow plow package; trailer towing package and XL decor kit.


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5 comments:

wahahaha..nice ford...keep it going

WHAT A BEAST!!!!

I WANT ONE!!!

thi sis my faverot truck i wont one just like this

Ford has said they have over 8 million test miles, on the road and on the dyno, for the 6.4L diesel. The engine was designed by a joint venture of Volvo/Ford engineers. International was contracted to build the motor. I recently purchased a 36 foot tri-axel rv/toybox. Fully loaded it will weigh in at 13,000 lbs. I am getting rid of my 04 Ford F-350. I just ordered a new 08 Ford F-450 diesel, loaded up Lariet. I traded in my 97 Dodge on the 04 Ford and don’t regret it a bit. Ford has the power when you need it.

hello,

Im very confused....i really want a tough truck for pulling and payload capacity. I’ve read so many stories and have spoke with those that say they have had many issues with the 350 diesel trucks. However, I currently own a 2500 Dodge Cummins which is RELIABLE and has great pulling power, I’m am really concerned by buying a F450 diesel truck to do all my work because of the stories I’ve heard.

The reason I buy new vehicles is to avoid any issues at least for the first 4 - 5 years.

Please help me with my decision...is this F450 a reliable truck (possibly equally or better than the Cummins) or not?

This is a very expensive purchse for my small business and I simply can’t afford to visit the shop to have little or big things fixed soon after I purchase.

Is Ford really a truck that has been characterized as (F) found (o) on (r) road (d) dead?

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