...A four-speed automatic transmission is standard across the line; all trims are available with either two- or four-wheel drive. A heavy-duty rear differential gives the Expedition a maximum tow rating of 8,900 pounds. Safety: The Ford Expedition received double five-star ratings in front crash tests performed by the NHTSA. All Expeditions come standard with four-wheel antilock disc brakes enhanced with Electronic BrakeAssist and Brakeforce Distribution. Optional safety systems include a tire-pressure monitor system, side- and head-impact protection for first- and second-row passengers and the...
Source: MSN Autos
...Its King Ranch logos might cause some to think those are made-up words because the Expedition looks like it belongs on something called the "King Ranch." The King Ranch actually exists in Texas and dates to the 1800s. It's one of the world's largest ranches. I was there once and it seemed to take forever to ride from the ranch's entrance to a structure nowhere near the boundaries of the place, where an auto preview was held. A 4-wheel-drive Expedition would be very much at home on that ranch, but also is pretty easy to drive in congested urban areas. Good Roadability The nicely weighted...
...Have money to spare for fuel and need a slightly over-sized grocery-getter? The Ford Expedition gets 14/17 city/highway,
...Getting into the third-row seat was made easy by the optional pair of second-row captain's chairs ($795) rather than a three-passenger bench seat. The captain's chairs provided a wide aisle to the third, which was a surprise, with ample head, leg and arm room for adults. It actually has more leg room than in the slightly cramped second row. A most pleasant option for the second- and third-rows is a DVD system with a pull-down screen and headphones. Anyone who traveled to grandma's without such a system over the Christmas holidays will never know the ability of DVD technology to keep the rug...
...Maximum cargo volume is 110.5 cubic feet, with 20.7 cubic feet behind the third row. Under the Hood All Expeditions hold a 5.4-liter V-8 that produces 300 horsepower and 365 pounds-feet of torque and mates with a four-speed-automatic transmission. Available with rear- or four-wheel drive, the Expedition can be equipped to tow as much as 8,900 pounds. Safety Antilock brakes, a tire-pressure monitor, electronic brake-force distribution and brake assist are standard. Options include a Safety Canopy side curtain-type airbag system and a Reverse Sensing System that detects objects to the rear...
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