2022 F-650 F-750



Work-proven Ford Medium Duty trucks are built on a platform of strenuous testing for long-term durability and dependability and are engineered to meet your precise specifications. Choose the Ford Medium Duty that will get your work done: Regular Cab, SuperCab or Crew Cab. Low-height Pro Loader,® straight-frame model or tractor. GVWRs range from 20,500 lbs. to 37,000 lbs. Ford Medium Duty is built at our Ohio Assembly Plant in Avon Lake* to get your job done dependably when conditions are tough, all while keeping low-cost operation in mind.


*Assembled in the U.S. with domestic and foreign parts.
2022 Ford F 7 50 Crew Cab with utility stake bed upfit and 2022 Ford F 7 50 SuperCab with mechanic truck upfit at worksite


The 2022 Ford F-650 and F-750 Medium Duty trucks are equipped with Ford Co-Pilot360 Technology features* to help you feel comfortable and in control. Features like hill start assist are standard on hydraulic brake models, while the available Driver-Assist Technology package includes Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking, Auto High-Beam Headlamps, Lane-Keeping Alert and more. Ford F-650/F-750 driver-assist technology features are designed to help you be aware and alert you on the road ahead. **


*Driver-assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver’s attention, judgment and need to control the vehicle. They do not replace safe driving. See owner’s manual for details and limitations.
**Feature availability varies by vehicle.


By controlling every phase of truck development in-house, from design and engineering to manufacturing, we’re able to cover every aspect of customer service from the day of initial purchase to a continuing commitment to quality care long down the road. And we’re proud to say, F-650/F-750 trucks and tractors are built in America at our Ohio Assembly Plant in Avon Lake. *


*Assembled in the U.S. with domestic and foreign parts.
Aftermarket equipment shown.
Car being loaded on to 2022 Ford F 6 50 SuperCab in Oxford White with rollback body flatbed and tow truck upfit

WIDE GVWR RANGE (20,500–37,000 LBS.)

Operating costs demand that you spec your truck to meet exact job requirements. That’s why Ford Medium Duty trucks are available in GVWRs starting at 20,500 lbs. with the F-650 Pro Loader® and going as high as 37,000 lbs. with the 6.7L Power Stroke® Turbo Diesel-powered F-750 or as high as 33,000 lbs. with the 7.3L 2V V8 gas engine.
Construction vehicle pouring dirt into dump truck upfit of 2022 Ford F 7 50 Regular Cab in Blue Jeans
2022 Ford F 7 50 models with dump truck upfits parked alongside one another near overpass


For such applications as landscaping and delivery services calling for a low frame height, there’s the F-650 Pro Loader® model. It has a 33.6-inch chassis height* and standard 19.5-inch wheels. GVWR range is 20,500 to 26,000 lbs. The F-650 straight-frame model has a 39.4-inch chassis height and rides on standard 22.5-inch wheels. GVWR range is 25,600 to 29,000 lbs. For maximum payload capability, there’s the F-750 straight-frame model. GVWR is up to 33,000 lbs. (gas engine) and up to 37,000 lbs. (diesel engine).
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Man unloading water from 2022 Ford F 7 50 Crew Crab Tractor in Blue Jeans with Beverage Trailer


With GCWRs of 50,000 lbs., F-650 and F-750 tractor models expand vocational applications, such as beverage delivery and/or moving and storage. They’re powered by the Ford-built 6.7L Power Stroke® V8 Turbo Diesel engine with Ford-built TorqShift® HD 6-speed automatic transmission. Choose from three power ratings: standard 270 hp/700 lb.-ft. of torque, optional 300 hp/725 lb.-ft. of torque and 330 hp/750 lb.-ft. of torque. Additionally, driver-assist technology features like traction control and electronic stability control come standard on all F-650 and F-750 tractor models to help you feel in control on the job.
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Today’s generation of F-650/F-750 trucks are designed for improved comfort. The suspension has longer front leaf springs than the prior generation. An available front stabilizer bar provides handling stability, and the turning radius is tighter for improved maneuverability. Additionally, air brakes with traction control are optional on diesel-powered F-650/F-750 straight-frame models and standard on tractor models, with electronic stability control a standard feature on tractor models. 2022 Ford Medium Duty trucks also include an instrument cluster and panel center stack designed for added driver convenience and available driver-assist technology10  features to help alert you and help you keep your confidence on the road.
2022 Ford Medium Duty front interior with city street seen through windshield