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As drivers await next-generation Ford F-150, 2015 F-250 quietly arrives at Wiscasset Ford

Ford Super Duty trucks deliver premier power for Maine drivers

WISCASSET, Maine, Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- All the hype surrounding the release of the next-generation Ford F-150 has taken the headlines away from other models in the Ford lineup. As drivers continue to clamor for the newest version of America's best-selling pickup truck, its larger fleet mate, the 2015 Ford F-250, recently made its way onto the Wiscasset Ford lot in Maine.

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While the 2015 Ford F-250 isn't a redesigned model, it retains its position as one of the most reputable trucks in its class. Designed for drivers who need more power than the traditional light-duty pickup, the 2015 Ford F-250 near Portland ME promises more towing and hauling capabilities than the upcoming F-150.

The massive trailering abilities of the Ford F-250 stem from a 6.2-liter V-8 engine that is good for 285 horsepower and 405 pound-feet of torque. The 2015 model also can be fitted with an even more capable 6.7-liter turbocharged diesel engine that pushes out 440 horsepower and 860 pound-feet of torque. With that engine in place and the proper towing equipment, the diesel-powered F-250 can tow as many as 16,800 pounds with a maximum payload of 4,130 pounds.

Although the 2015 Ford F-250 is among the most powerful models on the Wiscasset Ford lot, it is far from the only 2015 model, as a recent influx of deliveries has filled the lot with the latest versions of man models, including the ever-popular Ford Fusion.

For more information about the 2015 Ford lineup or to browse the inventory, visit or call the dealership at 207-882-9431.

Media Contact: Scott Lane, Wiscasset Ford, 207-882-9431, [email protected]

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