The 2018 Ford Expedition ended up being the full-length Ford family carrier we had been waiting for.
After a final lap longer than expected, Ford’s attention to everything eventually turned the SUV into Expedition. Long-awaited redo for large family carriers finally arrives this year, and Ford Expedition 2018 gets more than just a “mane and tail” makeover. The new SUV will be available in XLT, Limited and Platinum trims in a rear-or four-wheel-drive configuration. A long wheelbase expedition will be offered and called Expedition MAX, which is a new name for America. Price not yet announced.
For everyone who worries the big SUV will be gentle, the posture of the box and upright should dispel your fears.
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The body-on-frame SUV retains its truck base and adopts the latest dual powertrain F-150 from a 3.5-liter V-6 turbocharged and 10-speed autobox. The combination should result in the best grade pulling figures for full-size SUVs, according to Ford, but the car manufacturer has not announced the figures. Last year the turbo-6 and 6-speed automatic were rated up to 9,700 pounds, and the turbo-6 and 10-speed were rated up to 12,000 pounds on the F-150, so we were expecting a new Expedition to split the difference. .
The expedition also unraveled the Ford field management system found in Explorer (and Raptor) to include normal connections, sports, cranes, eco, sand, snow / grass / gravel, and mud for various driving conditions. A two-speed transfer case and an electronic rear-lock differential will help the Expedition crawl out of a very difficult situation.
Like the F-150, Ford Expedition 2018 has followed Jenny Craig’s program of aluminum and high-strength steel to shed more than 300 pounds in weight and chassis. Unlike trucks, Expeditions are getting everything back in interior goods that carry carriers to the current decade.
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Among the highlights: rear-seat entertainment systems are available with dual screens, a panoramic sunroof available that includes two lines, a cordless phone charger for front riders, a cargo management system, wi-fi hotspot connectivity, six USB chargers, four 12 memory cards – volt charger, and one household electrical appliance. Ford’s Sync 3 infotainment system returns to Expedition this year and can be paired with a premium 12-speaker audio system developed by JV Bang & Olufsen team, called “B & O Play.”
As in previous years, Expeditions will be offered within standard or long wheelbase, although the EL addendum has been lowered. The extended-wheelbase version of Expedition will be called Expedition Max, which has been named in Canada for several years. According to Ford, the Expedition wheelbase has grown by 4 inches from last year and 1 inch wider, while the Max Expedition trail has grown an inch.
Ford promised easy entry into the second and third row this time, including a second sliding seat that gave a tip for access to the driveway without releasing a child’s car seat in the second row. With the second and third rows folded, Ford said Expedition’s cargo area would accommodate 4-by-8 flat sheet building materials.
The expedition comes with many of the most sophisticated safety features commonly used for family-sized SUVs including active lane control, adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, blind spot monitor, surround camera system, and Ford trailer that helps drivers return it. trailer