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2018 - 2024 Ford Expedition

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The 2024 Ford Expedition and Expedition Max continue to be Ford's largest offerings and some of the oldest SUVs in the large segment. The current Expedition and Expedition Max belong to the fourth-gen model that was introduced in 2018. Most of the Expedition's competitors are newer, though the SUV continues to offer three rows of roomy seats, an impressive 9,300-pound towing capacity, and relatively punchy engine performance. Ford offers the 2024 Ford Expedition in regular Expedition and exten... Read more

2007 - 2017 Ford Expedition

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While smaller SUVs have been all but replaced by car-based crossovers, the rigs with the most muscle still have a place on the American scene. Traditional SUVs like the Expedition are simply too capable and accommodating to ever be replaced by more "sensible" vehicles. A full redesign is expected for 2018, so this is basically a waiting year. The Expedition sees minimal changes for 2017. After a lifetime of V8 power, the Expedition switched to a turbocharged V6 engine in 2015. Fear not, the 3... Read more

2003 - 2006 Ford Expedition

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The Expedition is offered in five trim levels: XLS, XLT, Eddie Bauer, Limited, and King Ranch. Each of these is available with rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. All are powered by a 5.4-liter overhead-cam V8 with variable valve timing and three valves per cylinder. New last year, this engine develops 300 horsepower and 365 pound-feet of torque. The only available transmission is a four-speed automatic. Safety for all models is enhanced by Expedition's big, rigid frame and low front bumper. Anti-lock brakes and dual-stage front airbags come standard on all models.The Ford Expedition is a ca... Read more

1997 - 2002 Ford Expedition


Ford's Expedition continues to be popular with its strong V8 engine, seating for up to nine, and available four-wheel drive. Flexible seating arrangements give families versatility. It's roomier than the Explorer, but not as unwieldy as the mammoth Excursion. Expedition offers comfortable seating in the first two rows; leather-clad seats in the pricey Eddie Bauer edition approach luxury-car levels. The third row is cramped for all but smaller children. Expedition's soft suspension filters out unwanted road vibration, and softens potholes, driveway entrances and other bumps. Its 5.4-liter V8 de... Read more

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