The current Ford Expedition makes a leap forward, shedding weight while adding comfort, convenience, and safety features. The Expedition comes in two lengths. The longer version, called MAX, is about a foot longer than the standard Expedition and competes directly against the Chevrolet Suburban.
Ford Expedition Road Test

The current Ford Expedition makes a leap forward, shedding weight while adding comfort, convenience, and safety features.

The Expedition comes in two lengths. The longer version, called MAX, is about a foot longer than the standard Expedition and competes directly against the Chevrolet Suburban. That extra size allows for significant cargo space behind the adult-friendly third-row seat, but it also makes parking a real challenge.

The 375-hp, 3.5-liter turbocharged V6 engine catapults this coach easily. Maximum towing capacity is a competitive 9,300 pounds, which is enough to pull a large trailer. Overall fuel economy is up 2 mpg to 16, typical for this thirsty class.

Best Version to Get
We'd start with the mid-trim Limited, add the Sync 3 infotainment system, first- and second-row heated seats, heated steering wheel, Sync connect telematics, and the Ford Co-Pilot 360 Assist system, which includes adaptive cruise control. We recommend that buyers who plan to tow should get the he...
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extended SUV MAX Limited V6-cyl 10-speed Automatic
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