Used Ford F-350 For Sale Near Me

Used Ford F-350
Used Ford F-350 Summary

When you need to haul heavy loads over Snoqualmie Pass or tow your trailer for a day of horseback riding at Squak Mountain, a used Ford F-350 Super Duty will get the job done. No hassle. No sweat.

The Ford F-350 is a top-ranked heavy-duty truck for pulling and hauling. You'll be hard-pressed to find a competitor that handles massive loads with such ease.

With an amazing array of available configurations, a used Ford F-350 is extremely customizable, allowing you to choose the heavy-duty truck that fits your lifestyle.

To start, there are three body styles: a three-passenger regular cab, a supercab with reverse-opening third and fourth doors and seating for six, and a four-door, six-passenger crew cab. You also have two choices for bed size, a 6'9" short box or an 8' long box.

Every Ford F-350 model offers two drivetrain choices: a six-speed automatic transmission paired with standard rear-wheel-drive (RWD) or optional four-wheel-drive (4WD). As if that weren't enough choices, you'll also need to decide whether you want single rear wheels (SRW) or dual rear wheels (DRW).

Trim levels vary based on model year and cab configuration. The overall trim lineup for a used Ford F-350 includes:
  • Ford F-350 XL
  • Ford F-350 XLT
  • Ford F-350 Lariat
  • Ford F-350 King Ranch®
  • Ford F-350 Platinum

Hauling heavy loads is serious business and that's why the F-350 is fitted with tons of high-tech safety features. Your used Ford F-350 may have features like:
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Automatic emergency braking
  • Electronic stability control with trailer sway control
  • Forward collision warning
  • Hill descent control
  • Lane departure warning
  • Rain-sensing wipers
  • Rear parking sensors
  • Trailer tow camera system
  • Tire pressure monitor for both truck and trailer tires
  • Blind-spot monitor effective with trailers up to 33 feet long

Where Can I Buy a Used Ford F-350?

When you're ready to upgrade to one of the most powerful pullers on the market, come to AutoNation Ford Bellevue and drive home in a Ford F-350 today.

There are several advantages to purchasing a used Ford F-350 from our dealership. First, we regularly receive lease returns from our loyal customers in the Seattle, Bothell, Tacoma, Sammamish, and Kirkland areas. These vehicles have been well taken care of, have received regularly scheduled maintenance, and are often loaded with upgraded features.

Second, before any trade-in is added to our used car inventory, it must pass a rigorous 125-point safety inspection, completed by one of our factory-trained technicians. The vehicle must also have a clean CARFAX™ vehicle history report.

Third, we have access to more vehicles than we have on our lot. If Ford F-350 trucks are hard to come by in our area, we'll search our nationwide database to find the truck you're looking for, often finding the exact exterior color you had your heart set on.

Finally, we have a vast network of banks, credit unions, and other lenders. This allows our finance center to offer some of the most flexible terms and competitive loan rates available. We're also able to offer financing options to customers with less than perfect credit.

Have questions about our pre-owned inventory, manufacturer incentives on new Ford vehicles, financing packages, or available warranty coverage? Give us a call.

If you're ready to take a ferocious Ford F-350 for a test drive, stop by the AutoNation Ford Bellevue showroom. Located at 411 116th Avenue NE, we're about half a mile south of Woods Coffee.

Used Ford F-350 FAQ
What Should I Look For When Buying a Used Ford F-350?

Whether you work on a ranch or simply like a western theme, the Ford F-350 King Ranch® is an excellent choice. With features like heated and ventilated seats, a heated steering wheel, a 10-speaker Sony sound system, an in-dash navigation system, two-tone leather seats in a variety of interior color choices, exterior chrome accents, and unique alloy wheels this is a Super Duty that's super good-looking. The King Ranch® trim is available with the crew cab body style.

If you need more muscle, opt for an F-350 with dual rear wheels. A dually offers the highest ratings for payload hauling and towing capacity. When properly equipped a dually has a max payload capacity of 7,630 lbs. and can tow a trailer or fifth wheel with a gooseneck hitch up to 32,000 lbs. The dual rear wheels of the Ford F-350 aid the truck in being a titan of towing and hauling.

If you're looking for a long list of bells and whistles at a great price, the Lariat trim level is a nice middle ground. Standard features include remote start, keyless entry, power leather front seats, automatic climate control, a premium audio system, SiriusXM® satellite radio, Bluetooth®* connectivity, Apple CarPlay®, Android Auto™, power-adjustable pedals, a leather steering wheel, backup camera, exterior mirrors with LED spotlights, and many other comfort and convenience features.

What is the Difference Between a Ford F-350 and a Ford F-250?

Part of Ford's Super Duty lineup, both the F-250 and F-350 are known for their pulling and payload prowess. Both offer flex fuel and diesel engine options and feature a drive train that pairs a six-speed automatic transmission with rear-wheel-drive (RWD). Both trucks also have available four-wheel-drive (4WD).

Where the two Super Duty trucks differ is the maximum towing capacity. Max towing capacity for the Ford F-250 is 18,500 lbs. while the F-350 can haul a class-leading 32,000 lbs. when equipped with the correct tow package. You can load the box of an F-350 with up to 7,640 lbs. The F-250 can haul a payload of up to 4,270 lbs.

What is the Best Used Ford F-350 Model Year?

An iconic workhorse since it was first manufactured in 1999, the Ford F-350 has been refined, refreshed, and redesigned over its two decades of production.

For heavy-hauling duties, consider a 2015 or newer model. In 2015, Ford introduced a 440-horsepower turbocharged V8 diesel engine that delivers 860 lb.-ft. of torque. If you really need more, the 2020 Ford F-350 models offer a 475-horsepower 6.7L Power Stroke® turbo diesel V8 engine that outdoes all its rivals with an unbelievable 1,050 lb.-ft. of torque.

When Kelley Blue Book reviewers weigh in, the 2017 Ford F-350 Super Duty receives an impressive 4.6 stars from experts and 4.7 stars from F-350 owners.

How Much Does a Used Ford F-350 Cost?

Pricing for a used Ford F-350 varies based on the model year, trim level, cab and bed-length choice, powertrain, mileage, and condition. Our current price range is between $11,599 and $88,390.

What is the Average Mileage on a Used Ford F-350?

The average mileage of a used Ford F-350 for sale depends on driving habits and model year. For example, you can find a 2021 Ford F-350 XL crew cab with only 1,000 miles and a 2014 Ford F-350 supercab with 238K miles.

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