Very Nice. Tuxedo Black Metallic exterior and Camel interior, XLT trim. Third Row Seat, Heated Seats, CD Player, iPod/MP3 Input, Flex Fuel, Bluetooth, SAT Radio, Hitch, EQUIPMENT GROUP 202A, Aluminum Wheels, Rear Air, 4x4. CLICK ME!
KEY FEATURES INCLUDE
4x4, Third Row Seat, Rear Air, SAT Radio, iPod/MP3 Input, CD Player, Bluetooth, Flex Fuel. Electrochromic rearview mirror, Keyless Entry, Adjustable Pedals, Rear Seat Audio Controls, Steering Wheel Controls.
EQUIPMENT GROUP 202A: Driver Vision Package, Rear-View Camera, Rain Sensing Wipers, Heated/Cooled Front Seats w/10-Way Power Passenger, Heavy-Duty Trailer-Tow Package, class IV trailer hitch receiver, wiring harness w/4 and 7-pin connector and electronic braking wiring kit, Integrated Trailer Brake Controller, Heavy-Duty Auxiliary Transmission Oil Cooler, Heavy-Duty Radiator, XLT Premium Package, Pale Adobe lower bodyside cladding and wheel lip moldings, 110V AC Outlet, Woodgrain Interior Trim Accents, Pale Adobe Metallic Trim, bumpers, wheel lip moldings, running boards and lower bodyside cladding, Leather-Wrapped Shift Knob, Dual-Zone Electronic Air Temperature Control, 10-Way Power Driver Seat, Heated Black Power Mirrors w/Spotter, signal and memory, Memory Package, memory driver seat. Ford XLT with Tuxedo Black Metallic exterior and Camel interior features a 8 Cylinder Engine with 310 HP at 5100 RPM*. Serviced here, Non-Smoker vehicle, Originally bought here, First Oil Change Only $9.95! Oil Change Loyalty Program - 7th one is FREE!
With room for up to eight people and a tow rating up to 9,200 pounds, the Expedition bests every other full-size SUV in its class. -KBB.com. Approx. Original Base Sticker Price: $47,600*.
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The Expedition comes in standard-length and extended-length EL from. Four different trims are available: XLT, Limited and King Ranch. All Expeditions are powered by a 5.4L Triton V8 engine with flex-fuel capability and 3-valve variable cam timing technology. The engine can deliver 310 horsepower at 5100 rpm and 365 pound-feet of torque at 3600 rpm. The sole transmission is a 6-speed automatic and both rear-wheel and 4-wheel drive are available.
The Expedition has a tough, fully boxed frame for long-term durability in towing and hauling. It also has an independent rear suspension, which helps give it a better ride than many other truck-based SUVs. Variable-boost power steering also improves maneuverability. The 6-speed automatic transmission, with a wider gear ratio, has smaller steps between gears than the commonly used 4-speed automatic and offers improved shift quality, faster acceleration and improved fuel economy. Ford's exclusive AdvanceTrac with RSC is now joined by standard Trailer Sway Control and the two systems work together to detect trailer sway and apply precise braking or reduce engine torque as needed. The Expedition can tow up to 9,200 pounds when properly equipped.
Both standard and EL Expedition models feature three rows of seating and the second row is available either in a 40/20/40-split bench or two captain's chairs. On the EL, the third row is not only roomier but easier to access, thanks to large rear doors. Both rows of seats fold flat with the touch of a button. The EL is nearly 15 inches longer than the standard-length model and rides on a wheelbase that is a foot longer. This translates into even more cargo space than the standard-length model.
Standard safety equipment includes seat-mounted front side air bags with head-protecting Safety Canopy side-curtain air bags. These features are part of Ford's Personal Safety System, which includes seat belt pre-tensioners, load limiting retractors, driver seat position sensing, crash severity sensing, SecuriLock Passive Anti-Theft System, Ford's SOS Post Crash Alert System, tire pressure monitoring system and traction control.
Standard equipment includes an anti-theft perimeter alarm system, power driver seat, rear air conditioning, and traction and stability control.
The XLT trim includes Ford's SYNC system, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and remote keyless entry. The Limited trim adds a power liftgate, SiriusXM satellite radio, leather seating and dual 8-way power-adjustable front seats. On the top-of-the-line King Ranch, standard equipment includes woodgrain interior trim and other luxury interior features, including power running boards, rain-sensing wipers, integrated navigation and dual-zone climate control.
Options across the lineup include a rear load-leveling suspension, which has been improved for 2014, dual-headrest DVD player, second-row heated bucket seats, a power moonroof and a heavy-duty tow package.
The Expedition doesn't change much for 2014. Last year's rear load-leveling air suspension has been upgraded with a new mechanical system.