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Ford Expedition Reviews from Consumer Reports

Ford Expedition Reviews

The Ford Expedition is a 4-door SUV, extended SUV offered in a XLT 4x4, Limited 4x4, King Ranch 4x4, Limited 4x2, XL 4x4, XL 4x2, XLT 4x2, King Ranch 4x2, Platinum 4x2, Platinum 4x4, XLT 4x4, XLT 4x2, Limited 4x2, King Ranch 4x4, King Ranch 4x2, Limited 4x4, XL 4x4, XL 4x2, Platinum 4x2 and Platinum 4x4. The powertrains include 3.5-liter V6 turbo (365 hp) engines, and 6-speed automatic transmissions. It is Rear or selectable 4WD wheel drive. EPA-rated fuel economy ranges from NA mpg city to NA mpg highway. The Expedition uses Regular fuel.

Competing models include Nissan Armada, Chevrolet Tahoe, Chevrolet Suburban, Chevrolet Traverse, Toyota Sequoia, Dodge Durango, GMC Yukon, GMC Yukon XL and Ford Flex.

Last Model Reviewed: 2016

Reviewed Ford Expeditions from Consumer Reports

Consumer Reports has placed the following models through over 50 tests at our test track:

  • 2016 Ford Expedition extended SUV Limited EL V6
  • 2015 Ford Expedition extended SUV Limited EL V6
  • 2007 Ford Expedition extended SUV EL Eddie Bauer V8

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