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Ford F-250

The Ford F-Series Super Duty (regularly abbreviated to Ford Super Duty) is a progression of trucks fabricated by Ford Motor Company. Presented in 1998 for the 1999 model year, the F-Series Super Duty trucks denoted the expansion of a rock solid pickup to the Ford F-Series run with the new forms of the F-250, F-350, and F-450 pickups, while the past 1987–1997 F-Super Duty frame taxis were supplanted by the F-450 skeleton taxi and F-550 Super Duty. 
The Super Duty trucks use an unmistakable case from the lighter F-150, with heavier-obligation skeleton and suspension parts to take into account higher payload and towing limits; furthermore, the product offering proceeded with the utilization of Ford PowerStroke diesel motors. With a GVWR more than 8,500 lb (3,900 kg), Super Duty pickups are class 2 and 3 trucks while suspension taxi trucks are class 4 and class 5. The F-Series Super Duty has been utilized as the base skeleton of the Ford Excursion full-size SUV. 

Portage F-250 to F-550 Super Duty trucks are gathered at the Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville, Kentucky, while medium-obligation F-650 and F-750s are amassed at Ohio Assembly in Avon Lake, Ohio (before 2016, medium-obligation trucks were collected in the Blue Diamond Truck joint endeavor with Navistar in Mexico). Starting at 2016, the Ford Super Duty is sold in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Venezuela (F-250 and F-350), Suriname, Brazil (F-350/F-4000), Argentina (F-4000 in particular), Angola (F-250 and F-350), Cambodia, the Middle East, and Iceland (F-350 in particular) in LHD as it were. In Suriname, despite the fact that traffic is on the left half of the street, the import and library of left hand drive vehicles is permitted. In Australia, it was authoritatively imported in right hand drive from Brazil between 2001–06, anyway starting at 2007, Ford no longer offers the Super Duty in Australia.