There are few vehicles on the road more iconic than the Ford truck. With more than a century's worth of history as a producer of leading models going all the way back to the Ford TT, the company has been a dominant force in shaping the history of the automobile generally, and of trucking specifically. Ford's commercial trucks, built for heavy duty long-haul towing and adaptable for a wide variety of business needs, have a decades-long reputation for reliability and advanced feature sets. Models like the E-Series Cutaway and the recently-launched F-Max Tractor have earned a loyal clientele all over the world.
Ford Commercial Trucks
Ford commercial trucks come in a wide range of models that can be extensively customized for your business' specific needs. Several different truck lines come together to form this "family" of commercial vehicles. There are too many specific models available to fully detail all the options here, but the basic lines are:
The Super-Duty Pickup
Ranging in price from around $44,000 for the F-250 to around $104,000 for the high-end F-450 – not counting customizations – there are eighteen models in total of the 2023 Super-Duty Pickup. Their basic selling points include state-of-the-art towing tech, onboard scales, and the availability of features like a 500-horsepower 6.7L High-Output Power Stroke® V8 Turbo Diesel engine, leather seating options, a 360-degree trailer camera system, and SYNC 4 technology for hands-free in-vehicle connectivity to your digital devices.
The Super-Duty Chassis Cab
Even more powerful than the Super-Duty Pickup, the Chassis Cab runs either on a 7.3L gas engine or (optionally) a 6.7L diesel engine. The F-600 model making its debut in 2023 can tow up to 34,900 pounds, has a GCWR of 43,500 pounds and a GVWR of 22,000 pounds, all exceeding the already-impressive numbers of the prior F-550 model. Starting prices range from around $47,000 up to around $65,000.
The Ford Transit Connect
A spacious urban work vehicle with large side panels for company branding and the capacity to handle a wide range of vocational upfits. The cargo models contain anywhere from 104 to almost 146 cubic feet of storage with maximum payload ratings from 1,510 to 1,550 pounds, and passenger wagon models are available as well. Before customization, starting prices range from about $34,000 up to nearly $40,000.
The Ford Transit Van
Offering the choice of a standard 3.5L V6 engine or the EcoBoost version of that engine, the Transit Van line provides impressive towing and hauling capacity and crew, cargo and passenger van models. Starting prices range from around $43,000 up to around $53,000.
The E-Transit Van
A line that features three different roof heights and body lengths, the E-Transit van comes in Cutaway, Chassis Cab and Cargo Van models. These electrical commercial vans feature ranges from 108 up to 126 miles and offer Pro Power Onboard technology that provides for 2.4 kW of power for tools, circular saw and jackhammers. Starting prices are around $50,000.
Tractors, Construction Trucks, and Road Trucks
Designed for heavy-duty cargo hauling or construction site needs, Ford's newest tractor, construction truck and road truck models use the EcoTorq engine, designed to balance performance with energy-efficiency. Ergonomic cab designs, emergency brake systems, and advanced features like the Lane Departure Warning System are all designed to maximize comfort and safety. One of the more famous of the newest tractors models was launched in 2018: the F-Max Tractor won the International Truck of the Year Award on its debut.
There are many models of Ford tractors and trucks still on the market above and beyond the latest models. Many older-model tractors are still going strong and can be useful contributors to a commercial fleet with parts and servicing from a trusted dealer.
Where to Buy a Ford Commercial Truck
Pricing on either new or older models of Ford trucks or tractors can vary widely, and the availability of certain parts and builds will also vary depending on global supply chains. You can find Ford commercial trucks for sale when you contact Peach State Trucks today, and sign up for our convenient financing program when you buy a new or used Ford truck for your business. Learn more about how we can help you find the right vehicle for your fleet's needs, and how we can support your commercial vehicles in the long term with parts and maintenance and the skills of expert technicians.
Ford Commercial Truck Parts & Service
We have a large network of warehouses that supply OEM & Aftermarket parts, so whether you are picking up parts from one of our retail locations or having it delivered through direct ship or parts delivery, we are here to help keep your truck on the road.
Service & Body Shop For Ford Commercial Trucks
Need repairs for your Ford commercial vehicle? We’ve got you covered. The state of the art body shops at Peach State Truck Centers will repair and restore anything, from a bent bumper to a full-blown rebuild of your semi truck or specialty vehicle.
Peach State also offers bumper-to-bumper service including factory-trained diagnostic and repair technicians, manufacturer-supported diagnostic and repair equipment, and you can even schedule PM service online.