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2006 Ford Expedition
|Comfort- sit up high & get out easy||Mpg is not 20 highway. 15 if you're lucky|
|Suspension: rides like a car||Wind noise around passenger's doors on right side|
|Overall feel of vehicle. drives like an expensive car. smooth!||Engine power - should have more horsepower|
|Driving dynamics-for such a large vehicle it handles beautifully!||120v outlet: bad location / loose connection|
|Vehicle interior-most comfortable seats i've ever had||Needs an arm rest for driver's right arm|
|Automatic running board that goes down/ up when doors are open & shut.||Rear hatch requires extended button press to fully unlock|
|Power tail gate. helps a lot when it is raining||I think the front end could be made a little classier!|
|Safety - excellent visibility forward, very good peripheral visibility.||2nd row seats: headrests create a blind spot|
|Inside roominess - great cargo space, wide - open interior comfort||Do not like the plastic grille, should be metal|
|Form, fit & function: outstanding||Needs high intensity head lamps - i added after delivery|
The 2006 Expedition is a 4-door, up to 9-passenger sport-utility, available in 12 trims, ranging from the XLS 4X2 to the King Ranch 4X4. The 2006 Expedition's closest competitors include the Buick Rainier, the Honda Pilot, and the Toyota Sequoia.
Upon introduction, the XLS 4X2 is equipped with a standard 5.4-liter, V8, 300-horsepower engine that achieves 14-mpg in the city and 19-mpg on the highway. A 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is standard. The King Ranch 4X4 is equipped with a standard 5.4-liter, V8, 300-horsepower engine that achieves 14-mpg in the city and 17-mpg on the highway. A 4-speed automatic transmission is standard.
The 2006 Expedition is a carryover from 2005.
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