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2023 Ford Super Duty Has Arrived In Mexico

The 2023 Ford Super Duty made its debut last September, with certain trim levels and features debuting in early 2023, while others were tabled with plans to debut in early spring. After a brief pause of Super Duty production at the Kentucky Truck plant, all trim levels are now shipping to customers in the U.S. Now, that lineup has finally expanded into Mexico, bringing the redesigned pickup south of the border.

The 2023 Ford Super Duty was revealed in Mexico on July 1st, 2023, offering two engines: the Ford 7.3L V8 that puts out 335 horsepower and 468 pound-feet of torque, and the turbodiesel 6.7L V8 Power Stroke, good for 475 horsepower and 950 pound-feet of torque, or an optional high-output version of the same engine that produces 500 horsepower and 1,200 pound-feet of torque. Additionally, two new trim levels are joining the Mexican lineup, including the Ford F-250 Limited and F-250 King Ranch.

The new Ford Super Duty F-250 is capable of the highest towing capacity in its class, rated at 9.9 tons. Driving is made easier and safer thanks to a host of technology and driving assistance features, such as a 360-degree camera system, Pro Trailer Backup Assist, six selectable driving modes, a cutting edge head-up display (HUD), and 5G connectivity where available. Inside, it features an overhauled interior, along with C-clamp style lighting signatures to set it apart from the crowd.

 

The 2023 Ford Super Duty is just the latest of FoMoCo’s vehicles to make its way to Mexico. It joins the Ford Ranger, the refreshed Ford Escape, and the retro-inspired Ford Bronco Sport Heritage in the country, all of which debuted during the 2023 calendar year as The Blue Oval expands its lineup in the country.

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.

Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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  1. steve

    ordered a king ranch F-350 in December. Ford sent an email that I was early in the que for a king ranch build and confirmed, after 6 months I received an email stating supply constraints ect. so tired of the crap. construction has recovered, electronics have recovered, shipping has recovered. Ford, GM and Ram can’t get there crap together. all you here is lay offs and EV crap.
    Just build the trucks Ford, stop with all the tech crap and trucks that need 60 thousand computer chips, and 24 computers to run the truck.

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    1. Steve

      @Steve, Couldn’t agree more. Thank you. And why is Mexico getting trucks before US orders? We ordered a 2023 F-250 Lariat 7.3L Godzilla with the Tremor package on the second day order banks opened. My first Ford btw, as I’m a lifelong Chevy and GMC owner. Three impersonal emails later – and over several months – Ford continues to blame the supply chain. My dealer has no clue what’s going on either. I’m calling bologna. Ford grossly missed their earnings earlier this year, and attributed it to not implementing quality and cost measures as planned. How does such a gross failure to execute, measure, and adjust in a “world class” manufacturing business even happen?! Ford then hires a “Chief Transformation Officer” to distract and pacify investors and the markets. Further, they halted or grossly slowed F250 production until May due to urgent quality issues, and didn’t exactly share that with the street. Now, the UAW is about to deservedly take Ford, GM, and Dodge to the cleaners. These all point to management failures, and not supply chain issues. Why should we keep waiting and reward Farley by purchasing a truck (and yes, they’re great trucks) at the twilight of a model year (assuming it actually gets built), at a crazy premium, and at high interest rates. It’s just sad. Stop the excuses FORD!!! Gone are the days of visiting your local dealer, catching up with an old friend, walking the lot, and driving a dandy truck home that day. Maybe it’s time to give up.

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  2. Dan

    Not only are heavy duty trucks massively popular in the US, now they are in other countries. Super Duty outsold everything and still could of sold a lot more before closing orders. The Lighting under performed horribly on the flip side. People don’t want electrics at scale.

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  3. ChristianS

    We did our part and bought a Diesel, we now have two diesel trucks which increases production for Diesel fuel keeping it cheap for all big truck owners. One of the reasons Diesel is now cheaper than Unleaded in many states. Diesel will be here forever.

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  4. Dave

    Hey Ford Authority why dont you tell the truth!! They are not delivering all models! My limited F350 was ordered FEB 2O22 still no pickup and was told by Ford they are not going to build it. But nice they can send them to Mexico, I guess??

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  5. Johnny

    China will be getting all the king ranch & platinum should have ordered a lariat mine is in the garage ordered 10/27/22 got it last week F350DRW nice

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  6. Johnny

    Ford had a 5% discount on all new cars and trucks don’t forget to get yours when it comes in

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  7. Christopher

    Please do some reporting on actual super duty production by trim level and order type. Ordered a 2023 king ranch October 2022. Just got an email stating Ford has no clue on a production date blaming everyone and everything but Ford itself. How is that even possible? Not even an estimated date range for production? Dealer has zero information.

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    1. steve

      exactly the same answer I got from Ford email. its insane

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  8. Rocky

    2017 F-250 Platinum 6.7 diesel.
    I have had good luck with my F250 diesel and its time to trade. I have been picking out the options I want with my new Diesel but since FORD has gone WOKE, I will trade for another brand.

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  9. Annoyed fordguy

    Such stupidity. Ordered my F350 XLT 7.3 on Oct 27, 22…..still don’t have it! Don’t even think it’s been built yet even tho my “build week” was July 31. Again for a XLT! Didn’t go with a higher trims because I knew they were rolling out higher trims later on….now I get to see the higher trims on the road while I sit here waiting for my lower trim

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