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With a brawny build and looks to match, the Ford F-250 is up to any task. As part of the company’s Super Duty line of trucks — including the F-350 and F-450 — the F-250 is made for heavy-duty performance.

So, how much can car shoppers expect to pay for a new Ford F-250, from its entry-level base trim to its most robust and feature-filled top trim? Here’s how much a fully loaded 2024 Ford F-250 costs. 

The 2024 Ford F-250 XL base trim

Some truck buyers may want a burly ride without a lot of fluff. For those, the base-trim Ford Super Duty F-250 XL ($44,970 plus destination) makes sense.

Exterior-wise, the F-250 XL has a classic look, with a big-rig-like front grille, tall cab, and strong stance. Buyers can choose from a regular cab, SuperCab, and crew cab, and either a 6-3/4-foot or 8-foot bed.

Under the hood, the standard 6.8-liter V8 brings an old-school grunt, pumping out 405 hp and 448 lb-ft of torque. That’s routed through a Torq-Shift G 10-speed auto with two-wheel drive and smooth, efficient performance. Four-wheel drive is optional.

Additional engine options include a 6.7-liter Power Stroke diesel V8 (475 hp and 1,050 lb-ft of torque), a 6.7-liter High-Output Power Stroke diesel V8 (500 hp and 1,200 lb-ft of torque), and a 7.3-liter V8 (430 hp and 485 lb-ft of torque).

Inside, the Ford F-250 has everything you need and nothing you don’t. Vinyl upholstery offers long-term durability. Power locks and windows provide modern convenience. And an 8-inch touchscreen runs the Sync 4 infotainment interface. Additionally, Ford Co-Pilot 360 technology brings a rearview camera, with trailer sway control and hill start assist.

What’s included in the 2024 Ford F-250 Limited?

The top-of-the-line 2024 Ford F-250 Limited brings luxury car amenities and first-rate utility.

Outside, the Limited trim has an array of upgrades for sleek style on the street. A satin finish grille dresses up the front end, while 20-inch aluminum whiles add curb appeal. LED projector headlights, LED fog lamps, and LED tail lamps add a modern appearance. A crew cab is the only body style, with a 6-3/4-foot or 8-foot bed.

The 6.7-liter High-Output Power Stroke diesel V8 comes standard, paired with a Torque-Shift 10-speed auto and 4WD.

The F-250 Limited’s upscale interior includes two-tone leather upholstery, along with a 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat and an eight-way power-adjustable passenger’s seat. A 14-speaker Bang & Olufsen audio system offers premium sound quality, and a 12-inch LCD productivity screen and head-up display bring a high-tech feel.

On the Limited trim, Ford Co-Pilot360 technology includes even more helpful features. For improved safety, there’s pre-collision assist with automatic emergency braking, lane centering, and BLIS with cross-traffic alert. For an enhanced view of the surroundings, there’s a 360-degree camera and wired aux trailer camera compatibility.

Add-on and accessories for the 2024 Ford Super Duty trucks

For a personalized rig, Ford offers abundant add-ons, accessories, and packages. Here are some of our favorites.

2024 Ford F-250 XL buyers who want classic big-block power can opt for the $1,705 7.3-liter V8 (430 hp and 485 lb-ft of torque). Its pushrod design emphasizes low-RPM torque. For commercial-grade durability, there are four-bolt, cross-bolted main bearings, and a forged steel crankshaft.

The XL Off-Road package ($995) brings brawny equipment like 33-inch off-road tires, a rear electronic locking differential, and skid plates.

For maximum utility in any situation, there’s the 12,000-lb Ford Performance Parts winch by Warn ($3,855).

And platform running boards ($445) make it easier to get behind the wheel.

The 2024 Ford Super Duty F-250 is a good-looking truck with utility to spare. With strong engines and sturdy hardware, it can handle almost any task. Additionally, its classic American style makes it an incredible sight on city streets. While the XL model offers no-frills function, the Limited trim brings luxury car comfort. Either way, buyers get a pickup built for getting the job done.