The 2024 Ford F-650 and F-750


Often, for those that employ a work truck in their fleet, especially those in the light- and medium-duty segment, driving isn’t the main job. Many times, the work truck is simply the vehicle that takes the technician, the equipment, and the materials from point A to point B. For many of those business owners and employees, the real work begins after the truck is parked at the worksite. Since driving isn’t the main aspect of the job, shouldn’t that portion of work be made as simple, easy, and satisfying as possible?

Thankfully, vehicle OEMs are starting to understand, and commercial vehicles are coming off the line with more comfortable interiors, more safety features, and even more power improve the ride from home base to the worksite. Ford is one of those OEMs that’s stepped it up with the 2024 Ford F-650 and F-750.

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Simpler and more satisfying doesn’t equate to sacrificing. Built to be a dependable asset, both the F-650 and F-750 (in a conventional chassis cab configuration) run on a 7.3-L V8 gasoline engine. This pumps out 335 hp with 468 lb-ft of torque. The trucks feature a GVWR from 26,000 to 37,000 lbs. The 7.3-L Ford engine features the largest displacement in its class. An overhead valve architecture produces power even in low rpms, moving heavy loads similarly to diesel engines. It also features large main bearings, a variable-displacement oil pump, forged steel crankshaft for durability in commercial applications, and piston cooling jets to help manage temperatures.

For diesel lovers, Ford offers its 6.7-L Power Stroke V8 Turbo Diesel engine. This engine features inverse-flow configuration, which means it has inboard-mounted exhaust manifolds and turbocharger. It features a stronger block than previous generations, along with stronger connector rods and bearings and cylinder heads. As a result, the Power Stroke pumps out 330 hp and 750 lb-ft of torque. This engine also monitors the diesel particulate filter (DPF) and initiates a regeneration when necessary. Further, it features an Intelligent Oil-Life Monitor that alerts the operator when an oil change is needed based on vehicle usage. It’s paired with Ford’s new TorqShift HD 10-speed automatic transmission. 

Additionally, Ford offers options for those that prefer alternative fuel choices. These include options such as compressed natural gas (CNG) and propane autogas prep packages. 


The Ford medium-duty F-650 and F-750 can accommodate multiple job applications as they are available in multiple configurations. These include the Regular Cab, SuperCab, or Crew Cab. They’re also available in Low-height Pro Loader or straight frame model. The F-650 Pro Loader features a chassis height of 33.6 inches with standard 19.5-inch wheels. The straight-frame model features a chassis height of 39.4 inches and 22.5-inch wheels.

Built on a work-ready frame, the trucks feature diesel exhaust fluid reservoirs, fuel tanks, and battery boxes under the cab, which makes upfitting much easier. Once the upfits are installed, power them from the Live-Drive Power Take-Off, available with the TorqShift HD 10-speed transmission.


With current driver shortages, the need to retain drivers has become much more important. One way to help is to give them a truck they enjoy driving. Ford touts its medium-duty trucks as having supportive seating with leg room that suits drivers of all sizes. The interior offers controls that are within easy reach and gauges that are easy to read. Bringing a consumer-vehicle feel into a commercial vehicle, the tilt and telescopic steering wheel of Ford medium-duty trucks also features controls, such as audio, lights, and hands-free calling. Speaking of hands-free calling, Ford medium-duty trucks come standard with Bluetooth wireless technology.

Further, the Ford F-650 and F-750 trucks feature an ergonomically designed instrument cluster and center stack. The layout includes a three-button message center, traction control switch, hazard control switch, and climate control—and even additional storage. It also features factory-installed upfitter switches that are available on gas models and standard on diesel models. A factory-installed upfitter interface module (UIM) is also available. This UIM allows users to control devices quickly and simply by using a laptop or notebook—this eases some of the complexities users face with vehicle electrical systems.


Knowing the vehicle in operation is safe makes it even more comfortable. Ford’s driver-assist technologies are available with the trucks, based on the Ford Co-Pilot360 Technologies. Technology features include hill start assist, which is standard on hydraulic brake models. Additionally, the Driver-Assist Technology Package features Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking, Lane-Keeping Alert, Auto High-Beam Headlamps, and Adaptive Cruise Control.

Further, a front stabilizer bar is available with the Ford F-650 and F-750. This provides stability when handling tight turns. Air brakes with traction control are standard on diesel tractor models and optional with diesel straight-frame models.


Owners and operators whose main job is something other than driving can appreciate Ford’s attention to interior details that amplify comfort as well as Ford’s attention to details that increase power output. All in all, the 2024 Ford F-650 and F-750 offer a truck that’s a breeze to operate while remaining a dependable vocational asset.


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