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2020 Super Duty

POWER

MORE MUSCLE FOR HAULING AND TOWING

Ford Super Duty® for 2020 offers an expanded line of more powerful engines. The all-new 7.3L Gas V8, with a pushrod design makes it a more durable engine that’s easier to maintain. And the new third generation Power Stroke® Turbo Diesel V8 is more muscular than ever. Both are teamed with a new Ford TorqShift® 10-speed automatic. So, gas or diesel, you have more muscle for hauling and towing.
2020 Ford Super Duty towing bales of hay at farm

MORE POWER TO OUT-HAUL, OUT-TOW ANY OTHER FULL-SIZE PICKUP.

No surprise that Super Duty® for 2020 improves upon its already top-rated performance with an expanded line of engines. There’s the all-new 7.3L gas V8 as well as next generation 6.7L Power Stroke® V8 Turbo Diesel.
Ford TorqShift G 6 speed automatic transmission

FORD TORQSHIFT® -G 6-SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

The standard 6.2L gas V8 in the F-250 is teamed with the Ford TorqShift® -G 6-speed automatic. Experience responsive power delivery and seamlessly smooth shifting. The SelectShift® feature includes Progressive Range Select (for overdrive lockout) plus Full Manual. Tow/Haul minimizes gear hunting uphill; downhill, it prevents upshifting and gaining speed, and reduces reliance on brake pressure to slow the vehicle.

DIESEL ENGINE-EXHAUST BRAKING

The 6.7L Power Stroke® Turbo Diesel incorporates a driver-activated engine-exhaust brake. It restricts the turbocharger’s exhaust flow to generate back pressure and slow the vehicle, providing greater control while travelling downhill, regardless of vehicle load or road grade. Also, because the engine brake helps minimize having to apply pedal pressure, brake fade and lining wear are reduced, lowering the cost of maintenance. Three settings are available: On, Off, and Auto. The Auto setting modulates engine braking as needed to help maintain the speed you want based on accelerator and brake pedal use.
2020 Ford Super Duty pulling a large trailer
2020 Ford Super Duty steering wheel and control centre

OPERATOR-COMMANDED REGENERATION WITH ACTIVE INHIBIT

Some operating conditions, such as long idling, don’t generate enough engine heat for the diesel to automatically burn off soot in the diesel particulate filter. That’s where available Operator-Commanded Regeneration with Active Inhibit (diesel only) comes in. When the warning light comes on, pushing the activation button raises the exhaust temperature to burn off the soot, after which the exhaust temperature reverts to normal. The Active Inhibit feature allows delay of regeneration when the vehicle is sitting over combustible materials such as dry leaves or grass. Once in a safe place, the driver can manually start the regeneration process. Recommended for commercial applications.