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If money is no issue then buy a 2014 or 2015 6.7L. It will be under warranty so no surprise expenses.
The new ones can expect to get around 18ish highway and around 13-14 in city. I don't think I EVER saw below 15mpg on a tank when it was stock, even when I lived in Houston and had mixed driving.
However, based on your usages, you don't need a diesel, or a new one. You'd be fine with a f150. Heck, dare I say, you'd even be fine with a Tacoma!!
But, if you said money is no issue, then hands down I'd probably say a 2015 6.7 if you can wait a couple months, if not, a 2014.
2013 F250 Lariat CCSB - Firestone Ride Rite, Bakflip F1, B&W 5th Wheel Hitch, Carli 2.5" with track bar, Fuel Maverick 20x9, Toyo MT 35x12.5, Bushwhacker Extend-A-Fender, Weathertech Mats, Recon 3rd Brake and Mirror Lights, PTM Mirror Caps
2013 Crossroads Elevation 3912 - Loaded