The 2017 Ford F-250 pickup truck has arrived at a local South Burlington dealership

The most anticipated pickup truck of 2017 is now available at Heritage Ford

SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt., Oct. 17, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Heritage Ford, a dealership in South Burlington, VT, says that the 2017 Ford Super Duty lineup is probably one of the most anticipated vehicles of the year. The 2017 Ford F-250 has arrived at Heritage Ford and the dealership is letting customers know by creating an informational page on the new 2017 pickup truck that highlights all of the changes to the new model year.  

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2017 Ford models have begun arriving in the past couple of months. The 2017 F-250 is one of the latest models to arrive at the dealership. Heritage Ford has been creating information pages on the 2017 models to help customers in their decision making process when purchasing a new vehicle. These pages give customers up to date information on the new models to let customers know what changes and additions are on the latest model. This valuable reference document goes over specifications on features, engine performance and fuel economy.  

In terms of the new 2017 Ford F-250, Heritage Ford highlights the many changes brought to the new model year. The F-250 was fully redesigned and features more powerful engines and a more spacious interior with more features than ever before. The cabs have been extended in length, giving customers between 6 and 3 inches of more length than the previous outgoing model. The dealership also highlights the array of convenience features now available on the F-250, like new multiple angle cameras.  

To read more on the 2017 Ford F-250, customers are encouraged to visit the dealer's website at Customers may also contact the dealership directly either by phone or stopping by in person to talk with a team member.  

Media Contact: Tricia Cawley, Heritage Ford, 866-322-6962,

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