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.
2012 Ford Expedition ELSteven Herling Sr - Vancouver, WA05/30/2016
This EL Limited Edition has all the bells and whistles anyone could want. Smooth running vehicle while towing, or not. Easily pulls up to 8800 lbs without strain.
They had just what we wanted, perfect.
2014 Ford Expedition ELPhilip Carlson - Heppner, OR12/03/2015
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