The Ford F650 and F750 are built to work harder and quieter

Where can I buy the 2016 Ford F650 Ford F750 medium duty truck near Jacksonville Swansboro NCWhere can I buy the 2016 Ford F650 Ford F750 medium duty truck near Jacksonville Swansboro NC

While the sounds of pickup trucks typically don’t disturb the driver, others on the road can sometimes find them to be a little too loud to be pleasant. Ford, being full of some of the most innovative thinkers around, came up with idea to redo the F-650 and the F-750 to be more powerful but also quieter, which is an impressive feat for the world-famous automotive manufacturer that is known for its powerful pickups. If you’re wondering where can I buy the 2016 Ford F650 Ford F750 medium duty truck near Jacksonville Swansboro NC, rest easy fans as you can get the vehicle right here at Sanders Ford! Drivers looking for the 2016 Ford F650 and F750 release date can expect to see this vehicle this summer ! Where can I buy the 2016 Ford F650 Ford F750 medium duty truck near Jacksonville Swansboro NCThe 2016 F-650/750 is a medium-duty commercial truck that comes with a 6.7L Power Stroke V8 diesel engine. The new engine is 25 percent quieter than prior models when traveling at 60 mph, and is 35 percent quieter while idle. The cab of the 2016 Ford F-650/F-750 is also a little more spacious and comfortable. Ford is the only medium-duty truck manufacturer that builds and designs its own diesel engine and transmission together to ensure maximum performance and seamless handling. The biggest change that designers and manufacturers made to make the 2016 Ford F650 F750 quieter is mounting the engine’s turbocharger inside the engine block valley, which also improves overall harshness and vibration. The Power Stroke engine was revamped and enhanced to optimize the combustion process. The all-new F650/F750 has three diesel power levels available, which are best-in-class standard horsepower of 270, but also has ratings of 300 and 330 horsepower. However, the F650/F750 is also available with a gasoline-powered engine that makes 320 horsepower. Get the latest updates about the 2016 Ford F650 Ford F750 at Sanders Ford!

5 thoughts on “The Ford F650 and F750 are built to work harder and quieter

  1. I wonder why Ford is rating the V10 at 320 horsepower for the 2016 trucks? The V10 currently has 362. I’m guessing if they lowered the horsepower, they increased the torque for 2016 V10 engines.

    • The F650/F750 V10, for 2016, is now rated at 320 horsepower@3,900rpm with 460 lb./ft. of torque @3,000rpm. The V10 in 2016 F450/F550 chassis cabs is still rated at 362 horsepower@4,750 rpm with 457 lb./ft. of torque at 3,250rpm.

  2. There will be 11 standard colors available on the 2016 F650/F750s. 4 are carryovers from 2015 : School Bus Yellow (B1), Bold Yellow(SY), Tangier Orange (CC), and Oxford White (Z1). There are 7 new colors offered : Caribou (H5), Shadow Black (G1), Magnetic (J7), Blue Jeans (N1), Green Gem (JW), Ingot Silver (UX), and Race Red (PQ).

    Colors deleted from the F650/F750 for 2016 : Holly Green (GV), True Blue (L2), Bright Red(E4), Winter White (W1), and Black (UA).

  3. CORRECTION on color codes for 2016 F650/F750. Some have changed. Here are the correct codes for these four colors: Green Gem (W6), Oxford White (YZ), Bold Yellow (LE), and Tangier Orange (J8). The other seven listed colors/code are correct.

  4. There are still 12 available special exterior paint colors available through Ford’s fleet program for F650/F750s. These colors are listed in the Ford Fleet Preview Guide. The same “special order” colors available for 2016s, were also available on 2015s. They have a six digit code, instead of two, as with standard colors. They are: W6626F(beige/tan), W6648F(yellow), W6695F(yellow), W4676D( burgundy/dark red), W7658G(green), W7406G (green), W7820G (dark green), W8118H(light blue), W8002H(blue…..looks like “Grabber” blue), W2813C(silver), W2814C (silver), and W2830C( grey/dark grey). You’ll have to check out the color chart in the fleet buyers guide book(or online) to see what each color actually looks like.

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