2015 Ford ExpeditionHP Patterson - Fort Worth, TX03/31/2016
Classy, safe, roomy. I love it because the kids have plenty of room and my 6'6" husband can drive comfortably which was not the case with our last car! Looks nice on the inside and not too flashy on the outside.
A good choice when we downsized
2014 Ford ExpeditionKenneth Bostick - Pie Town, NM10/25/2015
This replaced our 2000 Excursion v-10. We were to get a V-8 with enough power and towing capacity, and four wheel drive like we had in the Excursion. The only down side is that the Expedition is 20 inches shorter. There are times when we miss that extra 20 inches.
2007 Ford ExpeditionJ Rose - Denver, CO06/17/2016
Despite having high mileage, this car runs like new! My Jeep Commander that I bought for my wife brand new was always in the shop but the Expedition has only given us one problem but it was a problem that could've happened with any car. Mine and my wife's favorite thing about the Expy is that it doesn't drive like a rig. It handles turns with minimal lean and has good power. Only thing I hate about it is the position of the steering wheel. I'm 5'9 and feel like I have to drive like a grandma since the wheel is so far away. Definitely one of the best cars we've had in the family.
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