For years the Ford F-Series Super Duty pickup trucks have been the pinnacle of what it means to be a genuinely mighty vehicle. This year, the all-new 2022 Ford F-250, F-350, and F-450 are upping the game with a range of intelligent technologies plus some brand-new exterior upgrades and color options. Ford has also introduced the all-new distinguishable Lariat Sport Appearance Package. You’ll want this package if you fancy a color-matched grille, bumpers, and exterior mirrors, as well as black platform running boards and chrome exhaust tips. Chic!
Powerful As Ever
A Splash of Color
For truck lovers in Hillsboro, we always value the look and design of a pickup just as much as its power and functionality. For 2022, Ford’s Super Duty trucks are presented in a variety of interior and exterior color options. As a part of the Lariat’s Sport Appearance Package, you’ll be immersed in a luxury Baja interior. Navy Pier and Light Slate are two new options for the Limited trim level if you’re looking for something bold without being too flashy. In addition, 2022 Super Duties are also available in the new Altus Blue for a wistful yet confident exterior.
Drive Even Smarter
As a leader in the automotive industry, Ford is always ready to engineer its trucks with the most cutting-edge tech features. It’s no wonder our customers choose to upgrade their pickups regularly! With the new Co-Pilot 360, you can access driver-assist features like Hill Start Assist, which comes standard and keeps your truck from sliding backward should you need to start up your engine while on an incline. With SYNC 4 technology, you can now wirelessly connect your phone or other devices letting you access music and apps hands-free so you can keep your focus on the road ahead.
But the real heavy hitter for 2022 is the all-new landscape 12″ touchscreen display. Incorporating SYNC4 technology, the massive screen includes a split function for multitasking purposes! This display is pretty ahead of the curve in relation to the Chevy and GMC’s heavy-duty trucks, who still only have up to 8” screens available.