2014 Ford Expedition

Up to 13 MPG city / 18 MPG hwy
$41,975 - $58,855

2014 Ford Expedition

2014 Ford Expedition

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There's still room on the market for a big, body-on-frame SUV, as demonstrated by the Ford Expedition. Built in Louisville, Kentucky, the Expedition and Expedition EL (extended length, nearly 15 inches longer) are offered in 10 equipment levels. It'll tow up to 9200 pounds with rear-wheel drive (8900 on the EL) and 9000 lbs with low-range-ready four-wheel drive (8700 on the EL). Engine power comes courtesy of a flex-fuel-capable 5.4-liter V-8 developing 310 horsepower and 365 pound-feet of torque, all routed through a 6-speed automatic transmission. There's seating for seven, 6 airbags, standard stability control with integrated trailer sway control, and a backseat DVD entertainment system offered on Limited and King Ranch models (the display screens are built into the front headrests). Other available technologies include navigation, a trailer-brake controller that's part of the Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow Package, and a backup camera. For 2013, there are newly designed, selectable 20-inch chrome-clad aluminum wheels (for Limited and King Ranch) and the top-of-the-line King Ranch receives chromed side mirrors and a roof rack. The EPA claims the RWD Expedition will do 14/20 mpg city/highway, whereas the 4WD SUV is good for 13/18 mpg city/highway. The Ford Expedition is covered by a 3-year/36,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty. See more... See Less

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Overall
Pros Cons
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