The Ford F-250 has enjoyed immense popularity among truck enthusiasts. The reason for its success is its remarkable durability, unmatched comfort, and outstanding off-road capabilities of the vehicle. Another reason for the truck’s enormous success is its versatility to users and the emphasis that Ford puts on customer needs. Ford has designed the super-duty lineup to meet user requirements in three different cab configurations — Regular Cab, SuperCab, and Crew Cab. But what are the differences between the three cab configurations? Let’s explore in more detail below.

The Ford F-250 offers three cab styles: Regular, SuperCab and Crew. The Regular cab has two doors, while the SuperCab has four doors. The rear doors on the SuperCab are smaller in size and open backward, while the Crew cab doors have four full-size doors.

Seating, Cabin Capacity, and Cargo Space

The F-250’s interior cargo space varies, offering up to 52.1 cubic feet of cargo space behind the front row with a Crew cab, 31.6 cubic feet with a SuperCab, and 11.6 cubic feet with a Regular cab.

For a small crew, the Regular cab is perfect. It seats three passengers with room to spare. The SuperCab is ideal for bigger crews and can easily accommodate six passengers in its cabin. For bigger groups, choose the Crew cab for tons of space to relax and enjoy your ride. The Ford F-250 Regular cab offers 40.8 inches of front headroom and 43.9 inches of front legroom. The SuperCab offers the same front room as the Regular cab, plus an additional 40.3 inches of rear headroom and 33.5 inches of rear legroom.

F-250 Truck Bed Sizes

  • Regular Cab  
    • Bed Size: 8 feet 
  • SuperCab  
    • Bed Size: 6.75 feet or 8 feet
  • Crew Cab  
    • Bed Size: 6.75 feet or 8 feet 

F-250 Payload Capacity 

  • Regular Cab 
    • Max Payload Capacity: 4,160 lbs. 
  • SuperCab 
    • Max Payload Capacity: 3,880 lbs. 
  • Crew Cab 
    • Max Payload Capacity: 3,780 lbs. 

F-250 Engine Options

  • A 6.2-liter gasoline V8 producing 385 horsepower and 430 lb-ft of torque
  •  A 7.3-liter gasoline V8 generating 430 horsepower and 475 lb-ft of torque
  • A 6.7-liter turbo diesel V8 delivering 475 horsepower and 1,050 lb-ft of torque 

F-250 Towing Capacity

  •   6.2L flex-fuel gas V8 
    • Max. Towing (Conventional): 15,000 lbs. 
    • Max. Towing (Fifth-Wheel): 15,800 lbs. 
  •   6.7L Power Stroke V8 turbo diesel 
    • Max. Towing (Conventional): 20,000 lbs. 
    • Max. Towing (Fifth-Wheel): 22,800 lbs. 
  •   7.3L OHV PFI gas V8 
    • Max. Towing (Conventional): 15,000 lbs. 
    • Max. Towing (Fifth-Wheel): 19,500 lbs. 

Order banks for the 2022 Ford F-250 are currently closed but stay tuned for when order banks open later this year. However, the 2023 Ford F-150 is now available to custom order. Visit your local Ford dealer to start the seamless ordering process today!