With rear seats folded, there's sufficient cargo room for a lounge act. Its turbo V6 makes ample power for towing or effortless passing on the highway. Primary Use: Commuting to work A Beast! There are a lot of options and packages available, so you can save by money by outfitting a lower-level trim with the add-ons you want. Expedition Ride and Handling: In a Word, Decent The Expedition is generally comfortable, and its suspension does a decent job absorbing bumps and dips in the roads so that occupants enjoy a cushioned ride. It offers 36 cubic feet of space behind the third row and as much as 121.
I put a new stereo system in it but the stock system was decent for being 13 years old. Makes me feel like he's dealt with this problem a lot. According to the local dealership several of the 5. Seller is not willing to work with buyer if there is a problem. I could feel it stuck, so I jimmied the key and pressed against the mechanism the key falls into as you turn it. It sounds like a gun shot and stops you cold. Sincerely, a previously loyal Ford Customer.
Made to last if I had a wreck. Sturdy and not very flexible it lends itself to towing, hauling, and other heavy work. Both versions are relatively quiet, and provide respectable acceleration. So after hearing some weird knocking sounds for 30 miles I decided to investigate and found that the oil wouldn't read on the dipstick. Window motor, and this Ford has 2 motors per window.
If you look in front of the radiator thru the grille you will see a small cooler on the drivers side which is your power steering cooler, and if you do have the tow package then you will see another cooler on the passanger side which is the aux trans cooler if equipped. Took it to the mechanic, and he claimed to take it to Ford because there was a major engine issue that they needed to address. Dealers will inspect the sensor and replace it with an improved camshaft position sensor. Sorry couldn't help more but your question was lacking alot of info to give a straight awnser! Passenger Door Alignment issue which causes noise in the car. Mirror Motor being always stuck. I contacted Amazon and they did the right thing by offering to pay the return freight.
I also plan on Plasti-dipping the grill and rims along with getting fender flairs, something to break up the plain white exterior. So when I die or kill someone else due to mechanical failure you better bet yourself that I will see Ford in court. Ive owned over 18 cars in my lifetime and this one has proven to be the most reliable and versatile. The Expedition also had a pneumatic air-ride suspension system that raised or lowered the car depending on the road conditions. Good luck getting these good looking lights to work, and getting problems solved if you have any.
No panels interchange between, however; the Expedition is larger in every dimension. I can no longer blame Ford since they've sent out the recall three times. It has seats for nine adults, and that's one guy shy of two Laker lineups. I like the car, it is big, safe and was not terribly expensive. The Navigator gets a little more horsepower from its twin-turbo V6, and it has a smoother ride, a slightly more upscale cabin, and more standard features than the Expedition. .
Yes miles on it and it is going strong. Not really agile, but easy enough to drive for a vehicle of this size, it corners with moderate body lean so long as speeds are modest. When it did start the car sounded like it was knocking. A class leader in both performance and interior quality, the Expedition is definitely worth considering. Rear air springs and front air shock absorbers were optional on 4×4 models. The reason for the resemblance is simple: The Expedition is based on Ford's immensely popular truck—the best-selling vehicle in the country 15 years running—sharing its chassis, drivetrains, suspensions, major interior components and front end body panels.
However, Ford fully redesigned the Expedition for the 2018. I had it fixed and it runs like a new vehicle. The truck is in great shape, both inside and out, just normal wear. We got it for the size, interior design and durability. I have traveled the California and Florida coast pulling a trailer, and never a breakdown. The Expedition seats eight people, though replacing the split-bench seat with second-row bucket seats lowers seating capacity to seven.
Two V8 engine choices, 4. We consider that a benefit, as the F-truck is a handsome, modern design with plenty of rugged hardware underneath. It has gotten worse and is so bad car is practically too annoying to drive. Remained like new its whole life. New seat covers should be installed.