2007 Ford Expedition
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- Roomy, rides high
- Fuel economy
Purchased As Used
Bought a used 2007 with 77,000 miles for 25k. Great deal.
I plan to get 150k miles out of it.
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- quiet,comfortable smooth ride and lots of room,fit and finish is better than anything from Japan.
- needs better looking wheels.
dont regret buying a ford for a minute,had my doubts since i have only owned japanese vehicles,but so far so good.it has not had to go back for anything.
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- Power everything; Liftgate, Power-fold seats, windows, seats, etc.
- Fuel, but hey, it's a heavy SUV. Brakes, they're not as good as my Dodge truck.
I LOVE this SUV. So, I figured that if I were going to purchase this beast, I'd get all the options that I wanted.. so I did. This tank is loaded with things I didn't think I'd need, nor want.. but now that I have them, I'll never be without them again. Climate controlled seats, moon roof, DVD, Navigation, Power lift gate, Tow Package, Daytime Running lights, Convenience package for short people!!! I'm 5'3 and can drive/park this monster with no problems, thanks to the adjustable foot pedals. ;)
The only things I don't like are:
1) The fuel. I'm averaging 12.7mpg in the city... SOOO not good. Highway's better... almost 17mpg.
2) The brakes. Really not liking them. I feel like I have to pump them a few times before they work like my Dodge Ram 1500 used to. The Ram trucks have amazing breaks, so maybe I was spoiled. :)...read morehide
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- Excellent handling for big SUV, cooled seats, fold down rear seats,airbags allover, 6 speed tranny!
- None yet.
Yukon owner that didn't want to admit the redesigned Ford was better than the 2007 Yukon. Wife didn't like the Yukon rear seats that had to be removed to haul cargo easily. Test drove the Yukon, Tahoe, and the Expedition. The first thing was the radio. The Bose in the Yukon just didn't make it. The road noise in the Yukon was noticeably louder so that may have affected the impression of the radio.
The acceleration with the Expedition's six speed transmission from 0 to 45 was effortless. The handling was tight and resposive for an SUV in its class.
We took a trip after Christmas of 2000 miles and with Interstate (usually around 80MPH except during the miles of bumper to bumper I95 slowdowns) City sight seeing, driving on the beach in Florida and a trip down through the keys we got and average of 18.5 MPG with a fully loaded for travel (camping equipment) vehicle. Trip mileage at a lower speed should be better on the highway. The cooled seats were great! Drive one and you will be able to experience the difference!...read morehide
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- Excellent ride, handling. Improved brakes, fit and finish. Third row space awesome
- fuel economy
New redesigned Expedition hits the mark. Great vehicle. Better towing and more room. Redesigned on new chassis and new 6 speed automatic transmission is beautiful.
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