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Explore Ford F-650 & F-750 Capabilities at Borgman Ford Commercial

August 9th, 2017


Build, Configure, & Deploy a Ford Medium Duty Truck to Tackle The Toughest Jobs in West Michigan

The Ford F-Series of Trucks have been hauling materials, towing trailers, moving supplies, carrying tools, and plowing snow in some form or another in West Michigan for decades. However, when there’s a big, dirty, or difficult job that comes along, the Ford Medium Duty Trucks answer the call.

What makes the Ford Medium Duty Trucks more than suitable for roles such as a Tow/Wrecker, Snow Plow & Salt Truck, Utility Truck with Aerial Lift, Rescue Vehicle or any other rough gig around town lies in its Ford Tough construction and high versatility.

Below, we’ve highlighted a few notable features of Ford Medium Duty Trucks:

  • Your choice of 6.8L V10 Gas or 6.7L Turbo Diesel V8 Engine
    Whichever the job requires or you prefer, the choice of engines is yours to make. Alternative Fuel Options are also available – ask about upfits!
  • Available Live-Drive Power Takeoff (PTO) Provision
    Pull power from the transmission for accessories including hydraulic equipment. With the diesel engine, you can tap into as much as 300 lb/ft. of stationary torque – split-shaft applications are possible too.
  • Wide Range of GVWRs
    Spec your F-650 or F-750 GVWR to your exact job requirements. You can go as low as 20,500 lbs. with the F-650 Pro Loader, or choose the F-750 with GVWRs between 30,200 and 37,000 lbs. – Class 8 capability.
  • Reduced Cabin & Engine Noise
    At idle, the diesel engine is 45% quieter inside the cab and 35% quieter outside in front of the grille than the previous generation.

Need some help? Have any questions about the 2017 Ford F-650 or F-750 Medium Duty Trucks? Stop by the Borgman Ford Commercial Vehicle Center to explore your options with our highly-knowledgeable staff. Browse our Ford Commercial Vehice Inventory or feel free to Contact Us today to get started!


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