Ford Commercial Vehicles: Trucks, Chassis Cabs, Vans and SUVs.

Built Ford Tough®. The Ford® brand has been synonymous with rugged capability, outstanding performance and dependability since 1903. Whether it's hauling a big load or getting you to a job site, count on Ford’s versatile, hardworking lineup to work overtime and get the job done. So, when you’re looking for a vehicle that works as hard as you do, the complete line of Ford commercial trucks and vans can meet your tough demands. Rush Truck Centers has nine Ford dealerships across the United States. Our dealerships in San Diego, CA; Denver, CO; Las Vegas, NV; Oklahoma City, OK; and Cincinnati, OH offer new and used Ford commercial trucks, chassis cabs, vans and cutaways, while our dealerships in Ceres, CA; Whittier, CA; Orlando, FL; and Dallas, TX offer Ford’s entire commercial vehicle lineup as well as consumer SUVs and crossovers.



2022 Ford F-650

F-Series Medium-Duty Trucks.

Built for extreme duty jobs, Ford’s rugged, medium-duty trucks are designed to tow, haul and do it all. The work-ready frame on the F-650 and F-750 is able to accommodate a wide range of vocational bodies and applications so you’re ready for any challenge. Plus, you have the option for either a gas or diesel engine with GVWRs as high as 37,000 lbs.

2022 Ford Super Duty F-350

F-Series Super Duty Trucks and Chassis Cabs.

Super Duty® never stops moving forward. That’s why Ford combined impressive gas and diesel power ratings with rugged frame and chassis engineering on the F-Series Super Duty pickup trucks and chassis cabs to achieve the impressive performance you need to tackle the toughest jobs.

2022 Ford Transit Cargo Van

Transit Vans.

Think of the Transit as your trusted business partner. Whether you need to get your gear to the next job site or transport groups around town, you can rely on Ford’s Transit lineup of cargo, passenger, cutaway and chassis cab vans to have the space and versatility to match any need.

2023 Ford E-350 Cutaway

E-Series Cutaways.

More than 60 years of production means the Ford E-Series has experience tackling tough jobs. Able to be upfitted for a wide range of applications, the E-350 and E-450 Cutaways have an impressive GVWR up to 14,500 lbs. and are a durable choice for businesses and individuals across the country.

Ford F150

Light-Duty Trucks.

Whether you’re hauling heavy loads, going off-road or navigating busy city streets, Ford’s light-duty pickup trucks can do it all. With ample customization options, serious power, and durable Built Ford Tough® features, the Ford F-150®, Maverick and Rangers are ready to get you where you need to go. 

2022 Ford Expedition

SUVs and Crossovers.

Regardless of the model, Ford’s family of SUVs are capable, convenient and versatile. With the power and fuel efficiency you need for road trips or off-roading as well as the ability to fit up to eight passengers and all their cargo, Ford SUVs and crossovers offer impressive performance and well-crafted comfort.

Ford F-150 Lightning

Electric Vehicles.

Drive into the future with Ford’s all-electric vehicles. The F-150 Lightning pickup truck, Mustang Mach-E SUV and E-Transit cargo and passenger vans offer an efficient and exhilarating driving experience paired with minimal scheduled maintenance costs and zero vehicle emissions.

Frequently Asked Questions.

Where are Ford trucks made?

Ford has 32 assembly plants around the world. However, nearly all Ford vehicles sold in North America are manufactured in the United States with some being assembled in Mexico and Canada. See below for a list of where the different Ford models are made across the globe:

• Explorer – Chicago, IL

• Escape®, Expedition and F-250-F-550 Super Duty® Trucks – Louisville, KY

• F-150®  – Dearborn, MI

• Bronco® and Ranger – Wayne, MI

• E-Transit, F-150® and Transit – Claycomo, MO

• E-Series Cutaway, F-350, F-450 and F-550 Super Duty® Chassis Cabs, F-650 and F-750 – Avon Lake, OH

• Ranger – Argentina

• Edge – Canada

• EcoSport®, Edge and Transit – China

• EcoSport® – India

• Bronco® Sport, Maverick™ and Mustang Mach-E – Mexico

• Transit – Russia

• Ranger – South Africa

• Transit Connect – Spain

• EcoSport® and Ranger – Thailand

• Transit and Transit Connect – Turkey

• Explorer, F-250 and F-350 – Venezuela

• EcoSport® and Transit – Vietnam

Does Ford make commercial vehicles?

Yes. Ford has entire commercial lineup built to work as hard as you do. From vans and passenger wagons to pickups and cutaways, Ford has a tough and rugged vehicle that can meet your needs. Ford’s family of commercial vehicles includes the F-Series pickup trucks and chassis cabs, F-Series Medium-Duty trucks, Transit vans and E-Series cutaways.

What are Ford’s best-selling vehicles?

The F-Series pickup truck, including the F-150® as well as the larger F-Series models, has been America’s best-selling vehicle for 40 years straight with more than 720,000 units sold in 2021.

The Explorer is Ford’s best-selling SUV with 220,000 units sold in 2021, followed by the Escape® which saw 145,000 units sold in 2021.

Ford has also been America’s best-selling commercial van brand for more than 40 years. The Transit cargo and passenger vans are America’s best-selling full-size commercial van with 100,000 units sold in 2021, and the Transit Connect is America’s best-selling small cargo van with 26,000 units sold in 2021.

What is the largest commercial truck Ford makes?

The Ford F-750 is the largest truck in the F-Series as well as the largest commercial truck that Ford makes. The F-750 features a giant 149.9” chassis cab ready to be bodied up for a wide range of vocational applications, such dump, flatbed, delivery, tow and more. Choose between a diesel or gas engine that feature GVWRs as high as 37,000 lbs. and GCWRs up to 50,000 lbs. on properly equipped models.

Explore F-750

What is the largest Ford cargo van?

The largest cargo van produced by Ford is the high roof, extended length Transit van. Both the Cargo and Crew models have up to 536.4 cu. ft. of cargo space and are 110.4 inches tall, 263.0 inches long and features a 148-inch wheelbase.

Explore Cargo and Crew Vans

What is the largest Ford SUV?

The Ford Expedition MAX is currently Ford’s largest SUV offering, which is almost a foot longer than the traditional Expedition SUV and offers 16.9 more cu. ft. of cargo space. With room for up to eight passengers, the Expedition MAX models feature a 131.5-inch wheelbase, 172 cu. ft. of passenger volume and 36 cu. ft. of cargo space behind the third row (compared to 20.9 cu. ft. of cargo space on the Expedition models).

Explore Expedition

Does Ford still make Class 8, heavy-duty trucks?

Ford sold its heavy-duty truck business in 1997 and no longer manufactures or sells class 8, heavy-duty trucks in North America. The F-750 Diesel Tractor is currently the largest truck model produced and sold by Ford in the United States.

Rush Truck Centers offers a full line of Class 8, heavy-duty trucks manufactured by Peterbilt and International Trucks. Our truck experts can assist you in finding the best Class 8 vehicle to fit your needs and intended application.

Search Heavy-Duty Inventory

Which Ford models are available with an EcoBoost engine?

Ford EcoBoost® engines combine turbocharging, direct fuel injection and twin independent variable camshaft timing (Ti-VCT) for powerful performance and better fuel economy than larger displacement engines. In the EcoBoost engine, the turbocharger uses the force of the exhaust to push more air into the engine, generating more power and delivering a highly responsive drive with great low speed torque.

EcoBoost engines come standard on the Ford F-150®, EcoSport®, Expedition, Edge, Explorer, Escape®, Ranger, Bronco® and Bronco® Sport.

How much do Ford commercial trucks cost?

The cost of a Ford truck or commercial vehicle can vary greatly depending on the model, trim, year, added packages and other customizations.  View our new and used Ford inventory and contact us to receive a specific quote from one of our sales representatives based on the vehicle and any customization options you are interested in.

View Our Ford Inventory

What does Super Duty mean?

Super Duty® is the name Ford gives to its lineup of F-Series heavy-duty trucks. These trucks are designed for hauling, plowing and off-road driving and are more rugged than other models. The F-250, F-350, F-450, F-550 and F-600 pickup trucks and chassis cabs have the Super Duty designation.

How many Ford dealerships does Rush Truck Centers have?

Rush Truck Centers currently operates nine Ford dealerships in San Diego, California; Whittier, California; Ceres, California; Denver, Colorado; Orlando, Florida; Las Vegas, Nevada; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Cincinnati, Ohio; and Dallas, Texas.

Our dealerships in Ceres, Dallas, Orlando and Whitter offer Ford’s entire commercial vehicle line up as well as consumer SUVs and crossovers. Our dealerships in Cincinnati, Denver, Las Vegas, Oklahoma City and San Diego offer Ford commercial trucks, chassis and cutaways.

View Our Full-Service Ford Dealerships

Is Rush Truck Centers certified to service and sell parts for Ford vehicles?

Our Rush Truck Centers dealerships are staffed by factory-trained, ASE-certified technicians qualified to work on commercial vehicles of all makes and models. We currently have nine dealerships certified to service and sell proprietary Ford truck parts in San Diego, California; Whittier, California; Ceres, California; Denver, Colorado; Orlando, Florida; Las Vegas, Nevada; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Cincinnati, Ohio; and Dallas, Texas.

Learn More About Service

Learn More About Parts