The Ford Super Duty has since its introduction garnered a reputation as a ruggedly constructed and reliable heavy work truck that can do the jobs that are simply too big for a regular F150 series truck. The 2001 F350 falls right inline with this tradition, comprising a truck that offers the muscle to tow practically anything with a level of civilized comfort unexpected in a vehicle of this class.
A yard-long list of options for cab configuration, engine type, wheel layout, and other features result in there being a few dozen possible variants on the '01 F350, meaning there is surely a truck for everyone somewhere in there. Three cabs are currently offered, the standard two door Regular cab, the extended Super Cab with two small rearward opening doors for getting in and out of the back, and the Crew Cab with four full doors, really the best option if you anticpate the whole team having to enter and egress from the vehicle repeatedly all day long.
Three trim levels are offered with the F350 2001 model, base XL, midlevel XLT, and the top of the food chain, the Lariat. The XL is a very simple basic work truck with few extras. It comes with bench seating, vinyl uphostery, a simple AM/FM radio, manually operated doors, windows, and locks, and cupholders. Going up a notch to the XLT adds to the features considerably, gaining air conditioning as standard, as well as cloth upholstery, split bench front seating, chrome wheels and bumpers, powered locks, mirrors, and windows, cruise control, and a CD player. The luxurious Lariat edition comes with leather upholstery, leather steering wheel, faux wood trim interior, a 6 way power adjustable driver's seat, trip computer, compass, and external temperature display.
Three different motors, one diesel and two gasoline, may be had with the F350 01 model. The base powerplant across all trims is the 5.4 liter Triton V8, which generates 260 horsepower and puts out 350 foot pounds of torque. Maximum horsepower is generated by the 6.8 liter V10, which churns out 310 horses and 425 foot pounds of torque. The prime engine for serious hauling and towing however, is the 7.3 liter Powerstroke turbodiesel, which makes 250 horsepower but more importantly produces a very muscular 505 foot pounds of twist, for maximum low end pulling power. Standard transmission for all these engines across the trim levels is a 5 speed manual, but a 4 speed automatic tranny is an available options. All F350s come with available 2 or 4 wheel drive. The 2001 F350 has a maximum payload weight of 4,700 pounds and is rated to tow 10,000 pounds.
F-Series trucks are noted for having some of the quietest cabins in their class, and there is certainly plenty of leg room in the cab of the Super Duty. Five or six grown men can be hauled without discomfort. This 2001 F350 truck has a solid feel while driving, whether on or off the road.
|Ford : F-350 CUSTOMiZED! 2001 F350 LARIAT 7.3L Diesel 4x4 ONLY 80K MILES Crew Cab Dually LIFTED Kenwood||US $24,995.00||14d 2h 58m|
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