The XL is the most affordable way to get into a F-350 and starts at $35,815 (all prices include the $1,495 destination fee). The vehicle is aimed at fleet companies and agencies, so it comes with a short list of features that highlights its work ability. Black front and rear bumpers, halogen headlights, tailgate assist with quick-release, 17-inch steel wheels, a four-speaker audio system, and vinyl seats are standard. Adding the 6.7-liter turbodiesel engine costs $9,120, while adding four-wheel drive is an extra $2,800.
There are approximately 10 packages for the XL trim. Some of the noteworthy ones include the Snow Plow/Camper Package ($245) that adds bespoke springs, an extra heavy-duty alternator, a rear stabilizer bar, and slid-in camper certification. The package requires getting 4x4. The FX4 Off-Road Package ($400) also requires opting for 4x4 and brings things that will make off-roading easier, including hill descent control, specially tuned shocks, skid plates, and “FX4 Off-Road” decals.
The Power Equipment Group ($915) brings numerous convenience features, including heated tow mirrors, accessory delay, integrated clearance lights, front power windows with one-touch up/down, power rear windows, power door locks, power tailgate lock, remote keyless entry, and upgraded door trim.
The XL Value Package ($1,000) comes with a 4.2-inch center screen, an AM/FM stereo with a MP3 player, four audio speakers, chrome hub covers, chrome front and rear step bumpers, and cruise control. Lastly, the STX Appearance Package ($1,690) adds a bright chrome grille, chrome front and rear step bumpers, STX badges, larger wheels, cruise control, Ford's Sync system, an AM/FM stereo with a MP3 player, and all of the features from the Power Equipment Group.