It was time to change the plugs, and like others - we had 3 break off in the head. SinceLastVisitFilter false, 1557269110908 ; listingsSearchManager. NewUsedFilter selectedNewUsedList, null ; newUsedFilter. Only drivers seat is 6-way power. For all the fuss and frippery, however, only dedicated Expedition fans will know the differences between the models. SellerTypeFilter selectedSellerTypeList, null ; sellerTypeFilter.
Beach City Motors is located in beautiful Fort Walton Beach on Hollywood Blvd. The Expedition drives a lot better than most enormous trucks because Ford equipped it with a fully independent suspension and paid a good deal of attention to the truck's dynamics, particularly the steering. This vehicle is in good running condition. In 2003, the Expedition received a major redesign that incorporated an independent rear suspension, something that even the upcoming 2006 Tahoe and Yukon eschew. Contact our sales department today to receive more information.
Powertrains and Performance All Expedition models come standard with a 5. I've put another 20,000 on it and plan to keep it for another 50,000. If step bars, were they chrome or painted the same as the cladding? Optional safety systems include a tire-pressure monitor system, side- and head-impact protection for first- and second-row passengers and the AdvanceTrac stability control system with Roll Stability Control for added protection against rollover accidents. The main thing to note about the Expedition's interior is its massive size. The Expedition certainly feels big from behind the wheel.
The Expedition is a capable truck, with decent power, plenty of room, and lots of safety features. Only drivers seat is 6-way power. This vehicle has no known defects. He walked away with only bumps and bruises! Because the peak engine torque is delivered rather high in the rev range, it requires aggressive throttle merging onto the Interstate. Anyone have a 2006 brochure or option guide? The exterior has been well maintained and is in good.
Here's a pic of my interior. TruckCabinFilter selectedCabinList, null ; truckCabinFilter. Interior Design and Special Features Expeditions seat anywhere from seven to nine passengers, depending on whether you go with captain's chairs or bench seats. Driven it on several long trips, taking my daughter and a vehicle full of her belongings to and from college 500 miles from home. The base Expedition has a decent interior, with attractive chrome-rimmed gauges and aluminum accents on the air vents, but you need to go up through the trim levels to turn it into a luxurious vehicle.
EngineFilter selectedEngineList, null ; engineFilter. Well maintain ,clean Florida title and loaded with all power option in excellent condition in and out ,absolutely no rusExterior paint is shiny no dents or accidents. Steel springs on the Expo win the ride comparison and the Expo has as good or better noise isolation. FuelTypeFilter selectedFuelTypeList, null ; fuelTypeFilter. I've never loved a vehicle more. The Expedition is available with side-curtain airbags and a stability control system with a rollover-avoidance feature. There's a new interior color added to the Limited model, two new exterior colors, and standard chrome-tipped exhausts on the King Ranch version.
My son was in an accident where he hit a telephone pole and rolled it. I've owned my '06 Expedition for 9 of its 10 living years. There is plenty of room for the entire family and then some. . The vehicle would evolve through the years and spawn the. I think I may have to get a set of step bars for the truck.
For 2003, the Expedition was completely redesigned. Output is 300 horsepower and a robust 365 lb-ft of torque, although the engine does have to propel a vehicle that weighs between 5,352 and 5,607 pounds. On many cars, a reverse parking sensor is an annoyance, but it's a welcomed feature on a vehicle that measures 205. The Limited adds unique wheels and exterior trim, eight-way power front seats with heating and cooling, and plenty of wood trim. There is a class action lawsuit on the spark plugs. I drove it in 2 ft of snow without any issues whatsoever.
In the Snow Belt, all-wheel drive is essential--it also helps if you tow boats or other large loads in the sunshine states. I've had it repainted, and will have to do it again, as I plan on keeping Bertha for at least another 4 years. A reverse park warning system is also on the options list. Where the vehicle's mass becomes apparent is when you're accelerating onto the highway and when you need to stop in a hurry. Needless to say, I highly recommend it. The only options I can see that it does not have are a power passenger seat, heated seats and step bars.