Ford Unveiled the 2013 Ford F-Series Super Duty Platinum

Ford has finally added a new trim on the company’s existing F-Series line-up for this year and this is will be commonly referred to 2013 Ford F-Series Platinum. The Platinum trim was first introduced in 2009 for the light-duty F-150 pickup and this will be the first time that such trim would be used for the super duty versions. The Platinum edition will go on sale in the later parts of this year initially as a crew cab and this will be offered on the F-450, F-350, and F-450 versions.

Upon its introduction, the Platinum model is considered as the most upscale trim on the line-up and this will powered by two types of engines. This simply means that the buyers will be given the chance to go for a 6.7-liter PowerStroke diesel engine or a 6.2-liter V-8 gasoline engine. Each of these engine options has its own strengths and weaknesses and the buyers are given the opportunity to choose the version that best suits their driving needs and lifestyle.

Since the 2013 Ford F-Series Super Duty Platinum is considered as the high-end edition of the line-up, Ford has made sure that this is equipped with the best features. In addition to this, the company’s engineers and vehicle developers have spent a significant amount of time and resources in conceptualizing the Platinum’s exterior and interior appearance. Due to these, the Platinum trim was released with a stunning exterior appearance. Thanks to its chrome door handles, chrome running boards, and chrome exhaust tip.

In order to further enhance the vehicle’s appearance and make the Platinum worthy to be called as a luxury truck, Ford has installed a fashioned new grille on this truck and just like the other exterior elements this grille is also equipped with a satin-chrome surround and a perforated mesh.

The interior design and layout of the 2013 Ford F-Series Super Duty Platinum truck compliments its image on the outside. The cabin is dominated by wood and soft leather. Ford’s choice of materials used on the cabin has enhanced the truck’s upscale image and this is further highlighted by the availability of lots of standard amenities such as the navigation system, a rear-view camera, power telescoping mirrors, and the power-adjustable pedal. The truck is also equipped with the company’s Sync infotainment system that allows the driver or even the other car occupants to remain updated or entertained while driving or travelling since they could sync their smartphones into the vehicle’s infotainment system.

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