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Posted: 01/20/21 12:57pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Just wandering if Ford is planning any upgrades to the interior on the 2022's, or do you think they will wait till 2023's? The F150's just got a new upgraded interior for 2021, so we know the Super Duty will get it, just your thoughts on a timeline. Thank you!

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I don't know the answer to your question but based on the looks of the new F150's exterior and interior I'm going to wait for the new Super Duty release.


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I heard 2023 but forget the source.

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Ford won’t say “wow! Look at our new interiors” without a restyling of the entire truck.


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Posted: 01/21/21 08:19pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Why not buy a new 2021 Super Duty and then replace it when the 2023's come out?


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4x4ord wrote:

Why not buy a new 2021 Super Duty and then replace it when the 2023's come out?


Because most people don’t subscribe to your “ it’s cheaper in the long run to buy a new truck every couple years” plan.


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4x4ord wrote:

Why not buy a new 2021 Super Duty and then replace it when the 2023's come out?


Ah Sure, You payin?

What a dumb comment... How do YOU know anyones financial situation?


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The Ford Super Duty's were last updated in 2017, 2 years after the F150's major update in 2015. Based on that MO, I'd say the next SD update would be due in 2023.

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Grit dog wrote:

4x4ord wrote:

Why not buy a new 2021 Super Duty and then replace it when the 2023's come out?


Because most people don’t subscribe to your “ it’s cheaper in the long run to buy a new truck every couple years” plan.


I think this idea may work for the perpetual truck payment people. After making payments for a couple years, start over, new truck, same payment?? Not sure though...never had a truck payment, or full coverage insurance on any of my 10 new truck purchases. For me, money saved on interest/insurance, like getting one truck free! [emoticon]

Like mentioned, many would not subscribe to my method, or thought! What would I do in an accident, my truck totaled, just liability ins? Luckily never happened, but answer "just eat it, replace".

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MFL wrote:

Grit dog wrote:

4x4ord wrote:

Why not buy a new 2021 Super Duty and then replace it when the 2023's come out?


Because most people don’t subscribe to your “ it’s cheaper in the long run to buy a new truck every couple years” plan.


I think this idea may work for the perpetual truck payment people. After making payments for a couple years, start over, new truck, same payment?? Not sure though...never had a truck payment, or full coverage insurance on any of my 10 new truck purchases. For me, money saved on interest/insurance, like getting one truck free! [emoticon]

Like mentioned, many would not subscribe to my method, or thought! What would I do in an accident, my truck totaled, just liability ins? Luckily never happened, but answer "just eat it, replace".

Jerry


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