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Ford Expedition

Ford Expedition 2018 4-door SUV Trim Shown: 2018 Limited 4-door SUV 4WD Automatic
The redesigned 2018 Expedition full-sized SUV shaves 300 pounds off its predecessor’s weight to bolster efficiency and performance, while piling on new comfort, convenience, and safety features. The updated 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine adds a fuel-saving start/stop system, and it is mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission. Ford claims this will be the most powerful Expedition yet, putting output above 365 hp. The modern cabin provides seating for eight, with Ford claiming that third-row passenger room has improved. Both the second- and third-row seats can be folded flat with a button push. Available safety features will use both camera and radar technology, and they include automatic braking, lane-keep assist, active cruise control, and blind-spot monitors that can see to all the way to a trailer’s flanks. An extended-length model, dubbed MAX, will be offered. The new Expedition goes on sale in fall 2017.
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Ford Expedition 2017 extended SUV Trim Shown: 2017 Limited EL extended SUV 4WD Automatic
This imposing SUV's 3.5-liter turbocharged V6 delivers more power and better fuel economy than the V8 it replaced. Paired with the standard six-speed automatic, our Expedition returned 14 mpg overall in testing, a 1-mpg improvement. The V6 also has plenty of torque for trailer towing. Regular- and long-wheelbase versions are available, as well as eight-passenger seating that includes legitimate third-row seating for adults. And that's where the good news ends. The aging Expedition trails the competition because of its clumsy handling, noisy cabin, and low-rent interior. Thankfully, however, Sync 3 replaced the much-maligned MyFord Touch infotainment system. Reliability is much above average. A redesign arrives in the fall.
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2015 Redesign Year
Ford Expedition 2016 Trim Shown: 2016 Limited
Model year 2015 saw the introduction of a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6 to replace the 5.4-liter V8 in the previous versions of the Expedition we tested. Even though it has less displacement and two fewer cylinders, the smaller engine makes considerably more torque. This significantly improves the way the Expedition drives. Other changes include mild exterior styling revisions and an updated dashboard, along with the addition of blind spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert. Of all of the variants, this is the one we recommend and particularly the EL version, as its cavernous interior is a standout in the marketplace.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2016 $30,725 - $50,825 $27,895 - $47,195
2015 $27,625 - $48,375 $24,840 - $44,840
2007 Redesign Year
Ford Expedition 2014 Trim Shown: 2014 EL
For the 2007 model year, Ford expanded the Expedition lineup with a long wheelbase version called Expedition EL. Offering a spacious third-row seat, reasonably good handling and enough cargo capacity to handle luggage for all nine of its potential occupants, Expedition EL is a credible offering. Towing capacity is impressive as well. However, for both versions of the Expedition, ride quality is stiff, fuel economy is low and the engine sounds somewhat less than refined -- although it makes good power. A rear-view camera is optional and a six-speed transmission replaced the previous five-speed unit.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2014 $25,675 - $38,050 $22,940 - $34,940
2013 $21,550 - $35,475 $18,800 - $32,300
2012 $19,400 - $30,725 $16,560 - $27,560
2011 $15,150 - $25,050 $12,320 - $21,920
2010 $12,800 - $21,150 $10,035 - $18,035
2009 $11,200 - $18,975 $8,480 - $15,880
2008 $9,600 - $16,000 $6,920 - $12,905
2007 $7,800 - $12,600 $5,160 - $9,655
2003 Redesign Year
Ford Expedition 2006 Trim Shown: 2006 Sport Utility
The 2003 Ford Expedition offers a low floor for easier ingress, egress and cargo loading. The big Ford also has a spacious and comfortable, if somewhat dated looking, interior. Both rows of rear seats are comfortable and spacious for three adults, which is something of a rarity. Ride quality is steady and composed, and the Expedition feels relatively nimble for such a heavy vehicle. However, the Ford's 5,900-pound curb weight results in leisurely acceleration, abysmal fuel economy, and an engine that sounds strained at times. Still though, towing capacity is impressive.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2006 $5,400 - $8,700 $2,895 - $5,995
2005 $4,375 - $7,850 $1,995 - $5,195
2004 $4,000 - $6,350 $1,675 - $3,795
2003 $4,250 - $5,700 $1,895 - $3,195
Ford Expedition 2002 Trim Shown: 2002 Sport Utility
The huge Expedition debuted for 1997, based on the F-150 pickup truck. We tested the Expedition with the standard 4.6-liter V8, which performed well enough but slurped fuel. Also available is a more powerful 5.4-liter V8. This full-sized, seven-passenger SUV rides fairly well and corners capably for its heft. Parking this behemoth and maneuvering it around town can be trying. The Expedition's seating was roomy and quite comfortable, except for the optional third-row bench. Climbing in and out takes athletic ability. For 1999, full-time 4WD became available.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2002 $3,700 - $4,800 $1,425 - $2,315
2001 N/A N/A
2000 N/A N/A