2017 Ford F-750 Pricing

Ford’s medium-duty line of trucks was finally redesigned for the 2016 model year after soldiering on essentially unchanged since 2003. The all-new generation brought a new chassis, a fresh diesel powertrain and a slew of styling upgrades. It also marked the end of the joint venture between Ford and Navistar International that actually spawned the medium-duty segment. So, both the F-650 and F-750 are now built from top to bottom by Ford, including the powertrain. Instead of the Cummins 6.7-liter turbo-diesel V6 with Allison automatic transmission, the redesigned trucks are now motivated by Ford’s own 6.7-liter V8 Power Stroke turbo-diesel paired with a six-speed automatic gearbox. As for the 2017 Ford F-750, it is due to receive only subtle updates that won’t make it too different compared to the outgoing model.

2017 Ford F-750

2017 Ford F-750 Design

As far as the sheet metal is concerned, the new F-750 has a lot in common with the Super Duty line of trucks. Some of the features that set it apart from the previous iteration include redesigned headlights and a new sloping hood. In terms of architecture, both the F-650 and F-750 actually share the same cab structure with the F-250. What makes them different is a much larger ladder-frame, as well as huge wheels. The 2017 Ford F-750 will benefit also from the brand new chassis that comes with longer spring leafs. These changes result in vastly improved handling and enhanced efficiency, making the redesigned medium-duty trucks stand out in this segment when it comes to the driving experience and fuel economy. Expect the upcoming F-750 to be available in Regular Cab, Super Cab and Crew Cab configurations.

2017 F-750 Engine Department

As mentioned, the next-generation F-750 comes with the 6.7-liter Power Stroke turbo-diesel V8 available in three power settings. The base setting offers 270 horsepower and 675 pound-feet of torque, whereas the mid-range output is 300 hp and 700 lb-ft. The range-topping variant delivers 330 hp and 725 lb-ft of twist. As for the gasoline options, it comes in the form of an old-school 6.8-liter V10 that sadly delivers 42 horsepower less than it did in 2015. The engine now produces 320 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque, coupled with a six-speed automatic transmission. Unlike the previous generation, the new one will no longer be available with the manual gearbox option.

Official pricing figures have yet to be revealed but we expect a diesel-equipped F-750 to be priced in the $70,000 range. The model will be produced at Ford’s facility in Ohio.

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