2004 Ford F-350 Super Duty Review

2004 Ford F-350 Super Duty Review


  • Rugged construction, multiple configurations, competent off-road, 14,200-pound conventional trailer capacity.


  • Poor interior build quality, vague steering, manual-locking hubs still come standard on four-wheel-drive models.

What's new

The F-350 incorporates minor changes for 2004, including a reclining front bench seat, 60/40-split rear seat in crew-cab models, newly available foglights on the XLT 4x2 and a two-tone paint scheme on the Lariat and Harley-Davidson packages. All F-350s sold in California now have a 3.73 rear axle as standard equipment. An AM/FM stereo with single CD player is now standard on the XLT, while a cassette stereo is optional. Finally, a power-sliding rear window is available (late in the model year) on SuperCab and Super Crew models.


F-350 Super Duty SuperCab

F-350 Super Duty Regular Cab

F-350 Super Duty Crew Cab