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2023 Ford F-350 Super Duty Limited FX4 In Stone Gray: Photos

Since the debut of the all-new 2023 Ford Super Duty back in September, Ford Authority has spotted a number of variants of the redesigned pickup out and about, including an F-600 XL chassis cab, an F-350 Limited, an F-250 King Ranch Tremor, an F-350 Regular Cab, an F-350 XL Chassis Cab, and, most recently, an F-250 XL with the STX Appearance Package. Now, Ford Authority has spotted a 2023 Ford F-350 Super Duty Limited equipped with the FX4 Off-Road Package finished in Stone Gray Metallic, giving us yet another look at the brand new F-Series pickup in a different guise.

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen the 2023 Ford F-350 Limited, as one was present at the model’s debut a couple of months ago, but that one was finished Azure Gray. This time around, we have it in Stone Gray Metallic, covering a Super Duty that features a Crew Cab configuration with the short box (6′ 3/4″) versus the long box (8 feet), and Single Rear Wheel (SRW), as opposed to the optional Dually / Dual Rear Wheel (DRW) setup.

As the range topping trim in the Super Duty lineup, the Limited starts out at $97,270 and it touts that fact on the outside with 18-inch bright-machined Carbonized Gray wheels and an abundance of chrome that adorns the front grille and the ultra-shiny tailgate appliqué. Other notable features present on the F-350 Limited include PowerScope trailer tow mirrors, LED headlights and taillights, and on the inside, leather-trimmed seats, the 360-degree camera package, digital instrument cluster, B&O sound system, and a 12-inch infotainment screen running Sync 4.

This particular example is also equipped with optional FX4 Off-Road Package, which requires four-wheel drive – though that is included as standard equipment on this particular trim, as Ford Authority previously reported – as well as all-terrain tires for the F-250 and F350 or 225/70Rx19.5G BSW tires for F-450 models and the electronic locking differential for SRW models or limited-slip for DRW trucks. Other features present in this package include Hill Decent Control, skid plates for the transfer case and fuel tanks, an “FX4 Off-Road” box decal, and specially-tuned shocks.

The FX4 Off-Road Package adds $495 to the cost of the Super Duty, though checking that particular box also requires swapping out the standard 3.31 non-limited slip axle for the electronic locking one with 3.31 gears, which brings the total cost of the package on this particular truck to $925. If we add nothing else, this configuration is priced at $99,990, including the mandatory $1,795 destination fee.

In terms of powertrains, this 2023 F-350 features the turbocharged Ford 6.7L V8 Power Stroke diesel underhood, which is standard on the Limited trim and generates 475 horsepower and 1,050 pound-feet of torque in standard configuration, or 500 horsepower and 1,200 pound-feet in high-output guise.

We’ll have more on the 2023 Super Duty soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford F-Series newsFord Super Duty news, and continuous Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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Comments

  1. mickey

    truck is so UGLY for a limited , dark paint, UGLY black wheels, cheap black plastic every were. sad looking grill . If Ford has a nice looking truck , GM builds Ugly, now this year GM looks great, and tough, Ford looks lame

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  2. Martin

    Im a ford guy and always have been but this new truck is ugly. Putrid.

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  3. quadzilla

    Ford trucks are like women ( appearance ) They all do not look good to some and others need time to let them grow on them. Watch them they will grow on u Martin

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  4. quadzilla

    Hay how about larger fuel tanks

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  5. Chris

    Less EVs and more Super Dutys please. And enough with the price increases or we’ll go to RAM.

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    1. Jim

      Price increases lol ram is off the charts and Havnt done anything. Jb reviews built one 3500 single wheel mega cab and was 107 or 109 k same as he could build a f-450 for so I’d say ram better figure out the price increase for a truck that jumped nearly 10k and no updates

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  6. Mark

    Yeah, the wheels could have a better design and the bed steps are a no go. Ford had in place a solution to access the bed without those sad GM steps! The grille looks good though.

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  7. Vince

    My 2019 f250 in agate black 4xf 8′ bed crew cab with factory chrome wheels still looks and rides like new and personally, I think it looks 100 times better then the 2023 models,, glad I got it when I did !!

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  8. Johnny

    Got to get rid of Jim Farley before he runs ford in the ground and the union’s are gonna be the demise of the United States of America it’s gonna get where a workin man can’t afford a new ford super duty kits all to do with the unions BMW did not need bail out money because they don’t have the union to deal with

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  9. Johnny

    Lets hear what you guys think about that

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