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Ford upgrades fleet and commercial vehicles

April 14, 2020 -  By

Ford added customer-driven options to its F-650 and F-750 medium-duty trucks and E-Series cutaway and stripped chassis.

One of Ford’s latest innovations is the new F-600 Super Duty chassis cab. The Ford F-600 delivers the capability of a Class 6 truck in a familiar Class 5 package, which offers an additional payload or the ability mount heavier upfits without moving into a bigger truck.

Ford is offering a gaseous fuel prep package for its new 7.3-liter V8 gasoline engine in the current model year Super Duty F-450, F-550 and F-600 chassis cab, medium-duty, E-Series and F-53 and F-59 stripped chassis vehicles. The package includes upgraded valvetrain components to withstand higher operating temperatures and lower lubricity of gaseous fuels so the vehicle can be converted to run on CNG or propane.

Ford also offers an integrated air compressor for the 7.3-liter engine. The compressor can be used to power air brakes, air suspension and other accessories like air horns or air ride seats.

Ford adds available flex-fuel capability for the 7.3-liter V8 gasoline engine in both premium and economy calibrations with 2022 E-Series cutaways and stripped chassis. E-Series with flex-fuel capability can run on gasoline or blends of up to 85 percent ethanol, or E85. Also new for E-Series cutaway next year is a scalloped engine access cover that provides additional legroom.

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