What are Ford Super Duty commercial models? Their Ford work vehicles for our business customers. If your business could use the power and performance of a Ford truck, then stop in at Sherwood Ford today, and we’ll help you find the 2020 Ford Super Duty model that will be a perfect fit for your business. Below, you can read about the performance, driver-assist technology, and Pro Trailer Backup Assist features on the 2020 Ford Super Duty.
Part of performance is what you make of it, but a greater part of performance is the standard equipment you are given. The 2020 Ford Super Duty commercial models feature an all-new 7.3 L PFI Gas V8 engine option and a Power Stroke ® Turbo Diesel V8 engine option, among others. With the Power Stroke engine, you can experience a drive with up to 475 horsepower and 1,050 pound-feet of torque.
Paired with those engines, the Ford TorqShift ® 10-speed automatic transmission is the standard option on all 2020 Ford Super Duty models except one. This transmission features five drive modes. When you add on the Tremor Package, you also get a Rock Crawl drive mode.
Driver-assist technologies are here to keep you and your employees safer on the job. While you should always be paying attention to the road, these technologies keep more sensors on the road around you and can help prevent a crash when things are amiss. These technologies include Pro Trailer Backup Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane-Keeping Alert, and much more. We’ve highlighted the function of Pro Trailer Backup Assist in the next section for you.
Sometimes you need some extra equipment on the job, whether that be landscaping tools or building gear, the 2020 Ford Super Duty is equipped to tow it. Pro Trailer Backup Assist is a class-exclusive feature that improves your towing experience with advanced technology. It can be used with gooseneck, 5th wheel, and other types of towing.
How does Pro Trailer Backup Assist work? All you have to do is rotate a knob inside your vehicle, which will turn the projected path of your trailer. Looking at the projected path and rotating the knob, you can tell the system where you want your trailer to go, then it will make the necessary adjustments for you.