Excellent leg room in all three seats. Room for adult passengers in third seat as apposed to only room for a toddler in Chevy Saburban/Tahoe, GMC Yukon/Yukon XL, and Toyota Sequoia(the new large sized model). Copiouis standard features. Heated and cooled front passenger seats are excellent summer or winter or for long trips. A turning radius that makes get around even the smallest streets, great idea when lost or looking around for a new address. Ford has had the numer one selling pickup for a long time and this SUV shows why. I wouldn't drive another make of SUV, except for a Lincoln but then again it's a Ford product too. Power fold third seat seats three and when all seats are folded down more than enough room for most anything you could imagine. All this and it looks great too.
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.
Great quality vehicle. Roomy in all aspects. High comfort levels. Handles well, brakes well, accelerates well. Great seating options for fold down. Easy enough to access the back row seating the kids can do it themselves. Ergonomic accessability to all controls. Little bit high on fuel consumption but come on, it's practically a moving house.