The 1995 Ford F-350 comes with three body styles, three engine choices, three transmissions, and six models. This is a very popular, American-made, heavy-duty work truck that continually tops the competition.
Body Styles: regular cab, extended cab, crew cab
Engines: 5.8-liter V-8, 7.3-liter V-8, 7.5-liter V-8
Transmissions: five-speed manual, three-speed automatic, four-speed automatic
Models: Ford F-350 XL, Ford F-350 XLT
The 1995 Ford F-350 offers optional privacy glass with optional manual sliding rear windows. Forged aluminum wheels and cab steps are now available as options.
All 1995 Ford F-350 models come with an auxiliary fuel tank, regular style pickup box, pickup cargo box light, argent grille, chrome front bumpers, tinted windows, dual manual mirrors, and 16-inch wheels as standard features. Dual rear wheels are standard on the XL regular cab and both extended cab models. Meanwhile, alloy wheels are standard only on the regular and crew cab XLT models, whereas it's optional for the regular cab XL and both extended cab models.
The 1995 Ford F-350 offers other optional equipment such as a camper/towing package, chrome step bumper, and manual horizontal sliding rear window. A rear step bumper is optional on all XL models, and two-tone paint is optional on regular cab and crew cab models. Power exterior mirrors and privacy glass are optional on the regular cab and crew cab XLT models. Privacy glass is also available as an option on the extended cab XLT, while Skid plates are available on the regular cab XLT and crew cab XL. Side steps are also optional on the regular cab XLT.
The 1995 Ford F-350 give standard interior features such as front bench seats, cloth upholstery, lighted glove box, dome light, cargo light, and two 12-volt DC outlets. An AM audio system is standard on the XL models. Meanwhile an AM/FM/Cassette audio system, a tilted leather-trimmed steering wheel, air-conditioning, and power windows come standard as well.
The 1995 Ford F-350 XL offers additional options such as tilt steering wheel, air-conditioning, and AM/FM/Cassette audio system. An AM/FM audio system is also an option for the XL models, while an AM/FM/CD audio system is available for the XLT models and the extended cab XL. A front split-bench seat is optional for all XLT models, and captain’s chairs are also available for both extended cab models.
Performance & Handling
The 1995 Ford F-350 comes with a standard 5.8-liter V-8 engine on the regular and crew cab models, which is capable of producing 150 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque. The 7.5-liter V-8 engine, standard on the extended cab models, is capable of producing 245 horsepower and 395 lb-ft of torque. All models have a maximum towing capacity of 12,500 pounds, and the max payload ranges from 3565 to 5105 pounds, depending on the model.
The 1995 Ford F-350 is equipped with a standard power steering. Automatic locking hubs are standard on the regular cab XLT and on the crew cab models. Cruise control is standard on the XLT models and optional on the XL models. Moreover, limited slip differential is an option available for all models.
The 1995 Ford F-350 offer front disc and rear drum brakes, which are also anti-lock brakes. Variable intermittent windshield wipers and two door curb lights are also standard on all models. The regular cab XL also has clearance lights standard, which is available as an option on the crew cab models. Power door locks are standard on the XLT models. An anti-theft alarm system is optional for XLT models. A keyless entry system is an available option for extended cab and crew cab XLT models.
EPA Fuel Economy
Ford F-350: N/A
- Limited slip differential option
- Towing capacity
- Door curb lights
You Won't Like
- Standard audio on XL
- No four-wheel anti-lock brakes
- Air-conditioning is not standard on all models
A heavy duty truck for a heavy duty lifestyle.
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