2019 Ford F-250 Towing Capacity

May 26th, 2019 by

2019 Ford F-250 Towing a Operating Machine

The 2019 Ford F-250 towing capacity depends on the configuration you select::

  • Maximum Conventional Towing: 9,525 kg
  • Maximum 5th-Wheel Towing: 12,474 kg
  • Maximum Gooseneck Towing: 14,742 kg

In addition to its towing capabilities, the new F-250 promises a maximum payload capacity of 3,461kg, also depending on its configuration. With all of this in mind, Winnipeg drivers can explore their engine options and the Ford F-250 specs to determine their ideal setup.

Ford F-250 Specs

The Ford F-250 towing capacity is made possible thanks to its two engine options, as well as your choice of rear- or four-wheel drive.

  • 6.2L V8: The F-250’s standard engine generates 385 hp and 340 lb-ft of torque.
  • Available 6.7L Power Stroke® Turbo Diesel V8: Upgrade to this engine to boost output to 450 hp and 935 lb-ft of torque.

Whichever engine you go with, you can count on the Ford TorqShift® G 6-speed automatic transmission to deliver your power.

2019 Ford F-250 Driving Towing a Trailer

Ford F-250 Towing Features

The Ford F-250 specs that stem from the model’s potent engines certainly boost towing capabilities, but this Super Duty truck also boasts various features that enhance towing, as well. A few examples include:

  • Towing App: Various towing functions can be displayed on the touchscreen interface, including trailer brake controller and transmission tow/haul settings, vehicle pitch and steering angle, and connection checklists. This setup even has the ability to store profiles for up to 10 trailers.
  • Available Trailer Reverse Guidance: Cameras in the sideview mirrors, along with visual guides, enhance your visibility as you maneuver in reverse.
  • Trailer Tire Pressure Monitoring System: Make sure the tires on your trailer are properly inflated while on the go thanks to this system, which includes an in-dash display.

Visit Capital Ford Winnipeg to Test Drive the F-250

Experience the 2019 Ford F-250 towing capacity yourself with a test drive at Capital Ford Winnipeg. Contact us if you have questions about the various tow ratings, and be sure to check out our current offers and incentives to save on this heavy-duty pickup!

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