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2017 Ford F-250 Super Duty – 2017 AutoGuide.com Truck of the Year Contender – Part 2 of 6



AutoGuide.com gathered five of the most significant new trucks for the 2017 model year for our annual Truck of the Year evaluations. This year, our contenders are the 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro, Nissan Titan, Ford F-150 Raptor, Honda Ridgeline and Ford F-250 Super Duty. We will release a new video on each contender every day leading up to February 17, when we announce our winner.

Up next, it’s time for something bigger, much bigger, the Ford F-250 Super Duty, a heavy duty truck loaded with innovation for 2017.

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  1. 78k??? WOW Yah, walk away, buy a F250 from 5 years ago for 20k or less……I'm sorry but Fords depreciate so damn fast, just get a used one that is in great shape and be happy in the wallet!

  2. a diesel isn't supposed to be quiet. it's supposed to shake, rattle, make some noise, and a little smoke if you stomp on it. plus why would you put a diesel in a v pattern, it should be an inline

  3. First I must say this: I understand the manufacturers, or some friendly dealerships, loan out these vehicles for these journalistic and market review test drives and evaluations. That means they usually loan out the premium, loaded with options trim version of their trucks. This is so they can promote their product. You gotta review what's given to you.

    That being said, how about incorporating into these reviews the version of truck (in detail) that a middle class person would purchase. We're not all Duck Dynasty truck owners. $60,000 and $70,000+ for a pickup truck? Holy cow! Well, I'm just glad I'm not buying a truck in Canada!

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