Shopping for a new Ford Super Duty F-250?
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STYLING | 7 out of 10
a mind-boggling variety of body styles
everything on the new Super Duty has been redesigned or aggressively tweaked
Kelley Blue Book
some radio and climate buttons are a bit of a stretch
The 2008 Ford Super Duty sports a massive grille that's certainly in keeping with this rig's mass and weight.
More than just a "freshening," as Kelley Blue Book calls it, "everything on the new [Ford] Super Duty has been redesigned or aggressively tweaked." Of the 2008 Ford Super Duty, they add, "Beyond the imposing edifice are new fender-mounted vents, available telescoping mirrors and optional 20-inch forged aluminum wheels." To illustrate the sheer size of the Ford Super Duty 2008, USA Today relates a story of driving one into a parking garage: "The clearance marker hanging from the ceiling of the parking garage slaps the roof, hard...That means the next sound you hear from topside will be concrete beams or water pipes." Edmunds says the 2008 Ford Super Duty's grille "looked every bit the square-jawed brute that it was under the skin." They note the three body styles:
"regular, extended, and crew cabs."
Regarding the 2008 Ford Super Duty, "Inside, the tough truck theme is a bit over-the-top," according to Edmunds. Kelley Blue Book calls the Ford Super Duty's interior "a benchmark for pickup interiors" and notes that while the Ford Super Duty 2008 XL interior "provides feet-on-the-dash utility, XLT and Lariat trim levels give the customer more expressive design and the King Ranch package coddles you." In their review of the Ford Super Duty 2008, ConsumerGuide reports, "Gauges clear, well-placed. Most controls are handy, though some radio and climate buttons are a bit of a stretch."
The 2008 Ford Super Duty imposes its size on its occupants and passersby with its massive grille, height, and length.