2015 Ford Expedition ELWarren Taylor - Sacramento, CA09/20/2016
I owned a 2001 Expedition that I got up to 180K miles before trading it in on this Expo. The difference in handling and power are astounding. While I loved my 2001, it did wallow a lot on highway on-ramps, and while it had a lot of torque, it sometimes had trouble getting out of its own way. Not so with the 2015 model. The new independent rear suspension makes a huge difference in the handling--there's nearly zero body roll, and very little plow. It's not a sports car by any measure, but for a 3-ton, 20-foot-long truck it certainly can make its way around a twist. The real night and day difference, though, is the engine. The EcoBoost 6 is like a Costco-sized vat of horsepower and torque. It's a pure joy to drive.
Love my Expedition
2007 Ford Expedition ELTow Girl - Chattanooga, TN06/12/2012
I love my Expedition. I purchased this model because I needed a vehicle that will tow an 8,000 pound camper and a 22 foot boat (not at the same time!). It was the best value to for the buck. I was originally looking at the Tahoe and Yukon, but they are not rated to pull the weight I needed to pull. Gas mileage is about what I expected. I would definitely buy another Expedition.
So far, I have not been disappointed.
I wish I kept my Navigator
2008 Ford Expedition ELD - West Covina, CA07/11/2014
a lot of the fixtures are made of cheap materials. Plastic indoor handles that break easily due to a heavy door. The plastic coverings around the nuts n bolts keep falling off and are always scattered around the vehicle. The liftgate makes a loud squeaking noise sometimes, it's so embarrassing. When I purchased the vehicle from Carmax I didn't realize the the window washing fluid feature did not work. no one has been able to figure it out. The engine seems jumpy and takes a while to kick into a higher gear.
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