The Ford F-Series is the most popular line of trucks in the United States, so it's fitting that the American automaker made a luxury variant of the vehicle for the most discerning customer. The new F-Series Super Duty Limited "sets new luxury standard for high-end heavy-duty truckers," according to Ford. So what makes the Super-Duty Limited series so luxurious? According to Ford design manager Aileen Barraza, the automaker wanted the interior to be reminiscent to "opening the door to your humidor and sinking into your favorite leather lounge chair."
Inside the truck is leather covering the seats, steering wheel, armrests and instrument panel. There is also Miko® suede headliner and hand-finished dark ash wood trim. The armrest also has the truck's serial number laser-etched onto its surface. On the outside is a twin-bra satin grille, quad-beam LED lights and a satin tailgate applique. A long list of technology comes with each F-Series Super Duty Limited truck:
  • Class-exclusive high-definition 360-degree camera with Trailer Reverse Guidance
  • Class-exclusive SYNC® 3
  • Class-exclusive BLIS® with trailer coverage
  • Class-exclusive adaptive cruise control
  • Class-exclusive adaptive steering
  • Lane-keeping alert
  • Forward collision warning with brake support
  • Class-exclusive flat rear load floor with fold-up locking storage
  • Class-exclusive quad-beam LED headlamps
  • Full panoramic moonroof with retractable shade
  • Heated and ventilated front seats, plus heated rear seats
  • Leather-trimmed, heated steering wheel
The starting MSRPs for each truck are as follows (not including $1,295 destination; taxes and fees):
  • F-250 Super Duty Limited 4x4                      $80,835
  • F-350 Super Duty Limited 4x4                      $82,010
  • F-450 Super Duty Limited 4x4                      $87,100

The most expensive truck you can get, with every option checked off, would have a starting MSRP of $94,455. 
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