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There is no denying the 2014 Ford Super Duty pickup is a vehicle to marvel. Wouldn’t it be nice to harness all that power and put it to good use, for a specific purpose or task? Ford allows you to do so, with its special work truck, the 2014 Ford ChassisCab. In essence, the 2014 Ford ChassisCab is a 2014 Super Duty without the cargo bed. Imagine that mean-looking and menacing pickup stripped down and at your disposal. Put in a cargo rear end and you have a super strong cargo truck capable of carrying heavy loads such as construction materials, farm products and live animals for the countryside. Customize the rear end and you can turn the ChassisCab into special purpose vehicles like a big tow truck, a medium sized dump truck, maybe even a fire engine.
The powertrain choices of the Super Duty are what the 2014 Ford ChassisCab uses. The base engine is a 6.2L V-8 with an output of 385 horsepower and 405 lbs. of torque. The second and bigger powertrain is the 6.7L turbo diesel V-8 with an output of 400 horsepower and 800 lbs. of torque. At its maximum capacity, the 2014 ChassisCab can carry up to 4,240 pounds and tow up to 16,800 pounds.
The 2014 Ford ChassisCab has the same interior features with the Super Duty. Go basic with plain air-conditioning, vinyl upholstery, and a 2-speaker radio. Go for higher-end models and you get power locks/windows, power mirrors, cruise control, keyless entry, leather upholstery, heated/ventilated seats, dual-zone climate control. It can also have electronic features like a navigation system, a 4.2” trip computer, an 8” touchscreen with MyFord Touch, and an 8-speaker audio system with satellite radio.
Another great thing with the 2014 Ford ChassisCab is the presence of customizable upfitter switches on the dashboard. Use them for whatever operations you have; a tilting cargo end or a power lifting door are just some of the possibilities.
The 2013 Ford Stripped Chassis brought about unlimited possibilities – it allowed business owners and even non-businessmen to fully customize the vehicle based on their needs and requirements. Need a huge hauler, you got in! Require a home on wheels, not a problem! One never has to worry about how long the 2013 Ford Stripped Chassis last – because its durability is guaranteed and the materials that went into the production of the vehicle is premium. There are four models – all hardworking, all offering the absolute luxury of potential space: E-350 DRW, F53 Class A Motorhome, E-450 DRW, and F-59 Commercial. One can fully customize the vehicle to suit what it was bought for – business of personal.
Comfort and efficiency are the main thrust of the interior of the 2013 Ford Stripped Chassis. It has a clean layout that strategically places the headlight assembly switch and an electric and dual note horn within reach. It also features tools that increase control and productivity such as: coolant temperature, fuel gauge, indicator lights, oil pressure, speedometer, tachometer, transmission temperature gauge, and trip odometer.
The vehicle comes with an engine console cover, standard wiring assembly, wheel nut, wrench, and of course – the trusty vehicle manual. Air conditioning prep comes standard in the F53 Class A Motorhome and is optional in the other three models.
Three superior engines can power up the 2013 Ford Stripped Chassis: the 5.4 liter EFI FFV Triton that kicks off torque 305 horsepower and 420 lb.-ft. of torque, the 6.8 liter EFI V10 that churns out 362 horsepower and 457 lb.-ft. of, and the E-Series that delivers 255 horsepower and 350 lb.-ft. of torque . The three models are also all-business with a towing capability of 9,747 lbs. for the E-Series, 19,003 lbs. for the F-53 and 15,621 lbs. for the F-59.
The 2013 Ford Stripped Chassis provides one with the best value for money.
Ford understands business – and Ford is in the business of durability. The company understands that a vehicle as such has to last for a long time; thus, the 2013 Ford Chassis Cab is launched to address the power and strength needs of the market. The 2013 Ford Chassis Cab is more than capable of taking on heavy duty work. It is big and durable – just the way a chassis cab should be. One look at the front fascia and its dominance is already highly communicated. It has thick prominent grilles and huge headlamps. The rear provides a window of opportunities – proving owners to customize it to what their business requires. Regardless of the intention, it is sure to be strong and long lasting.
Ford had functionality in mind when it designed the cabin of the 2013 Ford Chassis Cab. It perfectly mixes comfort and technology – in fact; it is also well-known because it can serve as a mobile office. It is complete with multiple storage areas for important documents, equipment and gadgets. The seats are adjustable and offer maximum lumbar support. Plus, the temperature is well regulated by the Rapid Heat Supplemental Cab heater. Productivity is also improved through the Intelligent Oil Life Monitor and an Engine Idle Shutdown.
There are three powerful engines under the hood of the 2013 Ford Chassis Cab: 6.2 liter v8 Gas Engine, the 6.7 liter Power Stroke v8 Turbo Diesel, and the 6.8 liter v10 engine. All of which churn out impressive power that is suitable for the requirements of a work vehicle. The Ford TorqShift 6-speed SelectShift Automatic increases manageability regardless of extra cargo load and torque.
Since jobs that require this type of vehicle is constantly on the move, the Tow/Haul Mode with Engine Exhaust Braking Function assures that the brakes are in mint condition. Environmentally responsible and eco-friendly owners can always opt for the CNG/LPG Gaseous Engine Prep Package.
The 2013 Ford Chassis Cab keeps productivity level high – it combines all three factors that make a business succeed: durability, power, and strength.