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11301 Gateway West
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(575) 835-1190
1261 Frontage Rd Nw
Socorro,, NM
 

2004 Ford Expedition Full-Size Sport Utility Vehicle

By Sandra Kinsler and Brian Leshon   

New Car Review of the 2004 Ford Expedition Full-Size Sport Utility Vehicle

Description: Full-Size Sport Utility Vehicle
Base MSRP Range: $32,260-$41,755
Invoice Price Range: $28,379-$36,545

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Ford's full-size sport utility vehicle for 2004 appears in trims of XLS, XLT, new XLT Sport, the off-road NBX series and deluxe Eddie Bauer. Expedition's cabin has room for as many as nine riders and comes with a third-row bench that collapses flat into the cargo floor for a slick disappearing act with optional push-button PowerFold motivation.

Disc brakes for all wheels tie to an anti-lock brake system (ABS) with brake assist (BA), and Ford's Safety Canopy curtain-style side air bag system is optional. Standard engine for the big wagon is Ford's overhead-cam 4.6-liter Triton V8 that runs up to 232 hp, while an aluminum-block 5.4-liter Triton V8 is optional for 260 hp. Maximum trailer weight climbs as high as 8950 pounds in RWD traction mode. Both V8 plants in Expedition link to an excellent four-speed automatic Ford transmission. A transmission high-gear lockout switch set as a button in the tip of the column-mounted shift lever enables the driver to downshift with only the tap of a thumb.

Ford's optional multi-phase Control Trac 4WD device has a control knob on the dashboard for dialing up a driving mode, from rear two-wheel traction to four-wheel high and low or automatic AWD. For pavement ventures the system seamlessly distributes traction to wheels that grip, but when heading off-road the 4WD high and low system locks the differential and applies torque evenly to all wheels.

Optional AdvanceTrac brings electronic traction control that can selectively brake a spinning wheel while also rerouting torque ...

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2006 Ford Expedition Full-Size Sport Utility Vehicle

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Description: Full-Size Sport Utility Vehicle
Base MSRP Range: $32,660 - $45,240
Invoice Price Range: $29,224 - $40,169
Where built: USA

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Ford's full-size SUV wagon applies muscle from a 5.4-liter Triton V8 pumping 300 hp plus huge torque to raise the tow capacity to 8900 pounds. Trims include XLS, XLT, XLT Sport, Eddie Bauer plus top-of-the-line Limited and King Ranch. Expedition's vast cabin has room for up to nine riders and comes with a third-row bench that folds flat into the floor with optional PowerFold motivation.

Disc brakes for all wheels tie to ABS with brake assist (BA), and Ford's curtain-style side air bag system is available. The optional Control Trac 4WD device has a control knob on the dashboard for dialing up a driving mode, from rear two-wheel traction to four-wheel high and low or automatic AWD. Another option -- AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control �' brings electronic traction control that can selectively brake a spinning wheel while also rerouting torque to an opposing wheel with traction.

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2008 Ford Expedition EL

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The 2008 Ford Expedition EL full-size Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) is available in XLT RWD (MSRP $34,145), XLT 4WD (MSRP $37,045), Eddie Bauer RWD (MSRP $38,515), Eddie Bauer 4WD (MSRP $41,415), Limited RWD (MSRP $40,675), Limited 4WD (MSRP $43,575), King Ranch RWD (MSRP $42,615), and King Ranch 4WD (MSRP $45,515) trim levels. The Ford Expedition EL (stands for "extended length") was introduced as the Expedition's extended-wheelbase twin in 2007. The extended-length version is known as the Expedition Max in Canada and Mexico, because of confusion with the Canada-sold Acura EL.1 This model is assembled in Wayne, Michigan.

This full-size SUV competes with the Acura MDX, Audi Q7, BMW X5, Cadillac Escalade, Chevrolet Tahoe, Chrysler Aspen, GMC Acadia, HUMMER H3, Infiniti QX56, Lincoln Navigator, Nissan Armada, and Toyota Sequoia. The Ford Expedition EL is equipped with a 300-horsepower, 5.4-liter V8 engine, a six-speed automatic transmission (capable of manual-style shifting), and a rear-wheel drive (RWD) system or a 4-wheel drive (4WD) system. On-demand 4WD, a mechanical center differential, a center locking differential, an electronic hi-lo gear selection, and automatic locking hubs are additional drivetrain features on the 4WD trim levels.

The 2008 Ford Expedition EL full-size SUV has four-wheel independent suspension, front and rear stabilizer bars, a double wishbone front suspension, and a multi-link rear suspension.

Exterior features for the Ford Expedition EL fullsize SUV are 17 x 8.0 inch alloy wheels, a full-size, non-matching spare tire, and an underbody-mounted spare tire. It also has all season tires, an alloy spare wheel, and a privacy glass. This model is equipped with a roof rack, an intermittent rear wiper, a rear defogger, and skid plates. A chrome grille, a manual flip-up liftgate window, step running boards, and a rear liftgate door are also standard features on the Ford Expedition.

Ford Expedition EL fullsize SUV instrumentation features are a clock, low fuel level warning, a tachometer, a trailer hitch, and trailer wiring.

Seats and trim features on the Ford Expedition EL full-size SUV include an 8-person total seating capacity, cloth upholstery, captain’s chairs front seats, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. It also has a 6-way power driver seat, a driver seat with manual adjustable lumbar support, and a height-adjustable driver seat. In the rear, this model is equipped with a 40-20-40 split bench rear seat, rear ventilation ducts, and 40-60 split bench third row seats. A split-folding rear seatback, manual folding split-bench third row seats, and reclining rear seats are also standard on the Ford Expedition EL.

The Ford Expedition EL full-size SUV basic convenience features include cruise control, speed-proportional power steering, and a tilt-adjust...

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