Let’s say, hypothetically, you’ve got a big job—I mean a really big job—like a prehistoric Japanese sea monster awakened by nuclear radiation big (not naming names). What do you do and who do you call? Ghostbusters? Please—they haven’t been relevant for two sequels now. That lousy coast guard? I don’t think so, they’re just a bunch of glorified lifeguards. If we’re being honest, there are few things that handle a job with a certain magnitude, like the type of jobs you’ve got to deal with on a regular basis. Sure, there’s a few “heavy duty trucks” on the market, but I’m pretty sure my HD TV handles a tougher workload than any HD trucks on the market (hockey season is upon us after all). No, you’re going to need a super duty truck: enter the Ford F-Series Super Duty®. Whether you’re tackling tough terrain on a job site, or hauling a mountain up a larger mountain, Ford’s got you covered with their Super Duty® lineup of trucks. So read on and learn how when you’ve got a big job to do, the only truck for the job is the Ford Super Duty®.
When it comes to sitting in your truck, you don’t half-ass it—you sit with your full ass. Same thing goes for the job, no buts about it. This means you need a truck that can outperform the best of ‘em. Enter the Super Duty®. High-strength, rust free, ding and dent resistant aluminum-alloy make up the body (is it getting hot in here?) of this rough and tumble truck. As a matter of fact, by switching to this aluminum-alloy build, Ford shaved a ton of weight off this truck. This meant utilizing a fully boxed, high-strength steel frame without slowing this puppy down. Odds are, you won’t drag-race with your Super Duty®, but you can hitch your wagon to the fact that the Ford F-Series Super Duty® lineup has enough low-end torque to tow just about whatever you could be looking to tow. Remember Sisyphus? Yeah, he was that loser who couldn’t get the boulder all the way up the hill. Basically, there’s no such thing as a Sisyphean task when you’re behind the wheel of a Ford F-Series Super Duty® truck.
While all that size and brute power is great, according to my great-aunt Gladys, it’s whats on the inside that counts (shockingly, she never married). Ever wonder what’s inside a Ford Super Duty®? Well, it’s only the most technologically-advanced truck on the market, jam packed with Ford’s best and newest safety and entertainment features. Hard to believe you could drown out the monstrous roar coming from that engine, but you could try to with the hands-free SYNC 3® entertainment system. It’s not all about entertainment either, since you’re the type who doesn’t laugh until you’re clocked out for the day. That’s why there’s an available seven camera system to give you a birds-eye view of the jobsite. That’s also why Ford offers programmable upfitter interfaces, factory-installed, to ensure you’ve got all the tools in your toolkit. Factor in those safety features we mentioned earlier, like Ford’s BLIS® with Cross-traffic alert, AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control™, and Trailer Sway Control, and you’ve got a truck that’s smart and safe—but not in one of those nerdy, elbow and knee-pad sort of ways.
Is there a job the Ford Super Duty® can’t handle? Well, until Godzilla resurfaces from his watery grave, or the inevitable zombie apocalypse occurs, we’ll never know. What we do know is Ford’s tested this rugged beast on road, and off, to the tune of 19 million kilometres (for scale, that’s over 207 million football fields), and there hasn’t been a job it hasn’t been up to task for yet. If you tackle tough jobs on the daily, then come on down to Team Ford and check out the only truck on the market afraid of no man (or monster). Regular duty? Pfft, try again. Heavy duty? In its sleep. Super Duty®? Now that’s more like it.