2012 Ford F-250: Video Road Test and Review
The entry level F-250 is the $29,455 XL that is available in either a regular, super or crew cab configuration. Aside from the ordinary features, the XL comes with trailer sway control, heavy duty vinyl seating and a multifunction message center integrated into the instrument cluster. The next level up is the XLT, priced at $32,785 it comes with cruise control, integrated trailer brake control, manual telescoping side mirrors and a chrome grill. On the inside Ford upgrades the XLT power accessories as well as an AM/FM/CD/MP3 four speaker stereo.
The larger Lariat comes as a crew cab or a super cab and gets leather, a configurable 4.2 inch LCD Productivity Screen integrated into the instrument cluster, a premium AM/FM/XM/CD/MP3 eight speaker stereo and Ford SYNC for $40,035. The top of the line F-250 Superduty is the King Ranch and is available exclusively as a crew cab. The King Ranch gets luxurious touches like unique Chaparral leather covering the seats and steering wheel, a rear view camera and remote start; while options like a color matching grill with chrome inserts, a two tone paint job and cab steps are available as well, starting at $47,345.
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