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Ford Truck Inventory at Ruxer Ford Inc. in Jasper, IN

When You've Got a Big Job, It Helps to Have a Big Truck | Big Trucks & Bigger Trucks Found Right Here at Ruxer Ford

Here at Ruxer Ford, we take special pleasure in helping business owners add Ford work vehicles to their fleet, because a Ford work truck can help you take on bigger jobs, do things more efficiently, and give your business a boost it needs. Take a moment to meet some of the most well-known faces from the Ford Commercial Truck lineup, spotlighted below, then come in the meet the trucks for yourself (from the F-150 all the way up to the F-650), take your favorite for a  test drive, and get back to work in a smart, capable new Ford truck.

Meet the Ford Truck Lineup:

The Ford commercial truck lineup is wider than the following three models, but these are the most common choices. If you need more strength than the F-350 can muster or if you're on the hunt for a chassis-only model, we've got you covered.

Ford F-150:

Chances are, when you imagine a "pickup truck," you're imaging the classic Ford F-150. After 40 years of being America's best-selling pickup truck, the F-Series trucks are sort of engrained in our collective consciousness, but there's a reason for such a strong selling streak. The F-150 is stronger than ever, having shed up to 350 pounds for the 2017 model year thanks to aluminum-alloy body panels, and it offers features you'll want at the worksite, as well as three bed sizes and three cab options: your choice of Regular Cab, SuperCab, or Crew Cabs, as well as a 5.5 feet, 6.5 feet, and an 8-foot box, then finish it off with available four-wheel drive (4WD) system.

Ford F-250:

Like the 2017 Ford F-150, the F-250 benefits from the weight-savings of aluminum-alloy body panels, but this one offers more payload, towing prowess, and all-around muscle than the F-150-that's where the "Super Duty" badge comes from. The 2017 Ford F-250 has a lot of power to share: it starts with a standard 6.2-liter V8 mated to a six-speed automatic transmission, serving up a mean 430 pound-feet of torque, translating into a max-tow rating of 15,000 pounds (when properly equipped). And that's just the standard power offering-there's more where that come from when you climb the trim tree.

Ford F-350:

This pickup is large-and-in-charge, but there are, of course, bigger trucks out there-like the Ford F-450. The F-350, however, is available as a Regular Cab, a Super Cab, or a Crew Cab configuration, offering a towing capacity between 12,000 and 13,100 pounds (when properly equipped) and a payload of 3,807 to 7,027 pounds (when properly equipped), so if you've got mountains to move, this is the truck you'll need to move them.

Ford Commercial Financing Opens the Door to Your New Ford Truck

When you financing your commercial Ford truck with us at Ruxer Ford, we might open the door to your new Ford, but your new Ford can open doors for you, too. Give your business a hand by choosing the rugged, reliable, and technologically advanced Ford truck lineup. Whether you need some light-duty help from the Ford F-150 or you need the muscle of something like the Ford F-250 and the Ford F-350, our team is on hand to help you find the right truck for the job. We know the Ford lineup like the backs of our hands, so you can count on our Ford truck experts to get you exactly the right truck for you and your business needs.