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2023 Ford F-250 Super Duty XLT Regular Cab: Real World Pics

The 2023 Ford Super Duty was officially revealed back in September, and in the months since then, Ford Authority has spotted the brand new pickup out driving around in all sorts of colors, configurations, and trim levels. That list includes more than one old fashioned regular cab, such as a bare-bones XL model, as well as a better-equipped XLT. Now, Ford Authority has come across yet another version of the redesigned pickup in this configuration – a 2023 Ford F-250 Super Duty XLT regular cab, this time finished in Iconic Silver.

This 2023 Ford F-250 Super Duty XLT regular cab pickup is equipped with four-wheel drive, and like the previously-spied variants, wears all-new exterior styling with a set of C-clamp headlights and a new grille design up front. Moving down the side, we can see the 2023 Super Duty’s new cab, which is different from the one present on the current model, as well as its brand new bedside step, which makes it easier to reach items in the bed without having to climb in it.

In the rear, a new taillight design flanks the tailgate, as well as a set of new integrated rear bumper steps. The 2023 Super Duty features an enhanced, integrated tailgate step to improve access as well. Inside the cabin, the new pickup has been treated to a redesign and the addition of multiple tech features, including an all-new head-up display (HUD) designed to improve safety. Under the hood, the 2023 Super Duty features a revised engine lineup with a new standard gas 6.8L V8 and both regular and high output versions of the turbocharged Ford 6.7L V8 Power Stroke Scorpion diesel, which is what this particular truck is equipped with.

Consumers showed immediate interest in the 2023 Ford Super Duty following its debut, as The Blue Oval took a significant 50,000 orders in the first week order banks were open – a number that grew to 150,000 by the end of November. Initial Job 1 production of the brand new pickup will begin in early 2023 for XL, XLT, and Lariat trims in all cab configurations, engines, and series, from the F-250 up to the F-600. Meanwhile, Job 2 2023 Super Duty production for King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited trims will follow in the spring, though it’s worth noting that many options are listed as late availability.

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 ongoing 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. James

    Nice trucks, but to expensive.

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  2. John

    Glad they haven’t killed the single cab 4×4 Super Duty. I still want to build a modern HighBoy with the 7.3L.

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  3. Paul

    the taxes to get a new plates on a ford or any new rig and the payments make it pretty rough on a person that lived on a fixed income But ford has some nice trucks out now iBut i sure would drive one and own one if i was blessed enough tp get one

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  4. Dan

    150,000 orders. I wonder how many of those people ordered before learning about the price increase for 2023.

    I know at my dealership, we’ve run into a lot of clients that ordered, or were close to ordering, then say the price increase, and then decided to keep their existing truck.

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  5. Something’s wrong here

    Why are the fog lights so small in that large of a cutout?

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    1. AJ

      No good reason other than for bad styling decisions, same as the bed steps and the ridiculous looking fender badges/vents

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      1. Bob

        The Fender Vents are Functional-Engine Bay Cooling and reducing Pressure / Wind Resistance for better MPG. Mine is scheduled for production late Feb.

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  6. Brad

    I think they literally and figuratively grossly screwed up copying GM with this hideous bed side and bumper steps. Do better, Ford. We know you can.

    Reply

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