2016 Ford F-350 models offer customers a choice between a 6.2 liter dual valve V8 engine and a 6.7 liter valve power stroke V8 diesel engine. Higher-priced models, such as the King Ranch and Platinum, feature extra-heavy-duty 200-amp alternators and an integrated trailer brake controller.
Four examples of new F-350 truck models released by Ford include the F-350 XLT, the F-350 Lariat, F-350 King Ranch and F-350 Platinum. These models feature different specifications, such as the XLT's power-adjustable pedals, automatic locking and unlocking system and driver-side keyless entry keypad, and command commensurately higher prices in return. Power-adjustable pedals are not standard on the Ford F-350 XL but are included on the XLT, Lariat, King Ranch and Platinum models.
All new Ford F-350 share the same instrumentation: tachometer, odometer, trip odometer, distance-to-empty fuel calculator and average fuel economy indicator. Another common specification is the six-speed transmission, which is a Ford TorqShift automatic listed as a standard feature on all models. Only the King Ranch and Platinum include features such as a remote start system, digital navigation assistance and memory front seats.
The F-350 XL and F-350 Lariat come with 17-inch wheels, while the King Ranch model comes with 18-inch cast aluminum wheels as a standard option. The F-350 Platinum's standard wheel size is 20 inches.