Occupying the Goldilocks position is the Expedition Limited, with a starting price of $64,410. The MAX adds $2,690 and all-wheel drive $3,125. All the features from the XLT’s 202A bundle are standard here, along with leather upholstery, a heated second row, heated and ventilated front seats, and a premium 12-speaker sound system. The exterior gets 20-inch wheels, front parking sensors, and retractable running boards.
The Limited trim unlocks quite a few new packages, which can get a little confusing. First up are the equipment groups, starting with 301A ($3,030), which includes the panoramic sunroof and adaptive cruise control. Group 301A also unlocks a Special Edition Package ($3,955), which adds 22-inch wheels, a surround-view camera, cargo organization, the trailer-tow pack, parking assist, and full LED headlights. The 302A group ($6,440) includes all the features of the Special Edition Package minus the cargo and trailer packages. Finally, group 303A ($7,540) includes all the features of 301A and the Special Edition Package, plus all the safety features in the Driver Assistance Package.
The Driver Assistance Package (along with the Trailer Tow Package) is still available on its own. Joining it are two new packages. The Texas Edition Package ($3,955) is essentially the Special Edition Package with extra Texas badging, and the Convenience Package ($2,070) requires group 303A but adds a cargo manager, the Trailer Tow Package, inflatable rear seat belts, and black roof crossbars.
LED headlights are available as a standalone option for $740 along with the panoramic sunroof ($1,475). Second-row bucket seats and navigation are both another $740, and Ford will bolt in a headrest-mounted rear entertainment system for $1,995.