7.3L Powerstroke Diesels For Sale at Crosscut
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7.3L Powerstroke Diesels For Sale

2001 Ford Excursion
184,613 miles
RWD / Diesel
$19,300
2000 Ford F250
183,077 miles
RWD / Diesel
$12,400
2002 Ford F250
184,240 miles
RWD / Diesel
Sold. Thanks Vernon in AZ!
$11,350

7.3L Powerstroke Diesels For Sale

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7.3L Powerstroke Diesels For Sale

Looking for 7.3L Powerstroke Diesels? At Crosscut, we offer an expansive selection of used diesel trucks for sale, including Ford, Ram, and Dodge. Used diesels, especially 6.0L Powerstrokes, are a great way to economically tow and get around town while having a lot of fun (nothing like hearing that turbo spool).

6.0L Powerstrokes do not have the best reputation. We cover why that is and what you can do to make sure your will last with our Bulletproof Diesel stage 1 kit.

7.3L Powerstroke vs 6.0L Powerstroke

We often get asked for the difference between the diesels. After reselling thousands, here's our take:

6.0 Powerstroke
  • More power
  • Better transmission
  • Better ride
  • Nicer interior
  • Less reliable with stock EGR cooler
  • Injectors fail more frequently
7.3L Powerstroke
  • More reliable
  • Underpowered
  • Higher priced per mile
  • Expensive to upgrade power

We joke that 7.3L Powerstrokes are reliable for the same reason as Hondas -- neither make any power. There's some truth to it. But if a 7.3L diesel satisfies your mission profile, it's hard to go wrong. 6.0L diesels take a lot more evaluation to make sure you don't pick up a bad one

Crosscut helps save money buying 7.3L Powerstrokes

We hate nonsense, so we get straight to the point and give the most comprehensive online vehicle evaluation in the country. Our 7.3L Powerstrokes have 80+ pictures, a 15 minute HD video test drive, and a full inspection report. Then when you're ready to buy, we have a 5 minute online negotiation. Then you decide if you want to do the rest online or in person.

But we also want our customers to skip the dealer's nonsense even if they don't buy from us. We wrote a blog that peels back the dealership curtain to beat them at their own game.

For instance, did you know that saying "I'm Paying Cash!" is on the worst things you can say at a dealership? We explain why along with the four other dumbest things you can say at a dealership.

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