We rigorously tested the revised Ford F Super Duty back in January or, if you prefer, "the before times. We tackled some gnarly terrain off-road in the new F Tremor. We also managed to get into as many variations are possible, including those with the also-new 7. Ah, but there was one version we didn't test: a SuperCrew with the available six-passenger cabin. You know, the one with the front middle seat. So, it was with great interest when such a cabin showed up in front of my house in all its gigantic, towering glory.
Of course, towing a 12,pound trailer in January is much easier than finding two other people to sit shoulder-to-shoulder with in December , so I had to get creative. Thankfully, the cloning process was less painful than I expected. So here is the front bench seat. This means that both driver and passenger can enjoy the benefits for eight-way power adjustment and a comfy bucket seat.
It also equals more shoulder room since you can at least motor the passenger seat all the way back and allow the guy in the middle to sit comfortably forward and avoid literally rubbing elbows. Being in a truck that's nearly 7 feet wide sure helps, too.
For comparison, here's the front bench seat of a Ram I checked and upper Ram trim levels have the same unit. Both trucks have a storage compartment under the middle seat, though the Ford's isn't flat and therefore less useful. Oh well. The seat backs also fold down to reveal a center console-lite with cupholders and a bin. It's also mounted on a higher plane than the cupholders.
The result is a design that looks far more finished and factory-sourced than what you get in the F -- and it should be noted that the Ford was a more richly appointed trim level than the rather spartan Big Horn I tested back in June Now, I must now admit that if I sat in the 's middle seat, I definitely don't remember the experience nor did I write down any notes. As such, I can only deduce that the Ford's middle perch is more comfortable given the seat back's taller height and that integrated headrest.
It certainly seemed comfortable enough with a properly firm and supportive cushion. It doesn't feel like a temporary jump seat. Space, of course, is a different issue. I've already touched on the comparatively generous shoulder room.
There's no issue with headroom, either, despite the elevated seat. As for legroom, the guy in the middle can drop his right leg into the right passenger footwell. You'll definitely be rubbing legs, but hey, we're all friends here.
Or clones. Since you can't do the same with the driver that pesky accelerator, you know , middle guy pretty much has to rest his leg on the hump. This is the result. Honestly, this isn't that bad considering I'm 6-foot I was more comfortable sitting like this than in most third-row seats.
And there's certainly no comparison when it comes to available air flow. Or the view forward. Or the ability to futz with the radio or turn on the hazards or give the driver a wet willy. James No. OK, let's move on to the back seat, which is the same as what you'd find in a five-passenger SuperCrew that has a full front center console.
To begin, it is absolutely gigantic. You'd pretty much find the same amount of legroom in the Silverado and Ram crew cabs, and every time I get into one of these, it makes me wonder if there's a middle ground somewhere between the too-cramped extended cab or SuperCab in Fordspeak and the Dikembe Mutumbo-ready crew cabs.
One that could save cab length and give you back some bed length in return without making the truck as long as a football field? Just a thought. Perhaps everyone would still get the jumbo size and it would be a moot point. Yeah, it's probably a moot point. Bigger, better, carrying on. You just pull up on that little strap located on the seat bottom and up they come.
Just push a pair of tabs on each side and voila! Probably guns. That sure looks like a place someone would store their guns. This is a larger bin than the vaguely similar one in a Ram crew cab. It's also more cleverly designed.
Above left is the F's fold-down armrest with pop out cupholders. On the right is what you'll find in the Ram More notable is the fact that the Ram's back seat can recline and the seats are more contoured. As a result, it's more comfortable back there, but this speaks more to Ram going above-and-beyond than Ford being deficient in any way. This is my Chicco KeyFit30 infant car seat plugged into the F Enjoy the interior comforts of your Lariat Pickup, including a way power driver's seat which you can adjust to perfectly conform to your body every time.
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