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2008 Super Duty to Arrive at Dealerships Early Next Year

December 29, 2006

Ford Motor Co.'s Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville has begun production of 2008 Ford Super Duty trucks. Ford has invested $65 million in the plant for a new trim line to assemble the trucks' interior, which features all new materials, standard dual-zone climate control, noise reduction and standard MP3 capable audio systems.The current 2007 Super Duty offers towing capacity of 19,200 lbs. and a payload of 5,800 lbs. The 2008 Super Duty will offer 24,500 lbs. of towing capacity and payload increased to 6,120 lbs. Also for 2008, a new 6.4-liter Power Stroke Diesel engine is available, delivering 350 hp and 650 lb.-ft. of torque, and utilizing Ford's Clean Diesel Technology that reduces particulate emissions by 90 percent. The 2008 Super Duty also introduces an optional Tailgate Step, PowerScope power-folding and power-telescoping mirrors, and a stowable bed extender that separates into two pieces that fold and snap securely to the sides of the bed.
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