New Ford Expedition

Independent Rear Suspension
When designing the Expedition, Ford Engineers departed from the conventional solid rear axle in favor of the independent multi link rear suspension (IRS). They chose the IRS because it lets each rear wheel handle road conditions on its own terms, enhancing ride quality and control. The IRS design also allows for increased leg- and head room, a convenient fold-flat third-row bench seat and low load-floor height.

Seating Flexibility
All Expedition passengers can customize their riding comfort, thanks to three rows of flexible seating. Available second-row tip-and-slide seats enhance access to the second row and allow you to leave a child safety seat secured in the process. Third-row power reclining seats make even long trips relaxing for rear passengers.

Best-In-Class Towing
If you need to tow a large trailer, the standard 3.5L EcoBoost engine delivers 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque, giving the Expedition a best-in-class 9,300-lb. towing capacity when equipped with the Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow Package. Expedition features trailer sway control working in conjunction with AdvanceTrac with RSC (Roll Stability Control).


3.5L EcoBoost Engine
EcoBoost technology powers performance in the Ford Expedition. Experience surprising responsiveness in the most powerful Expedition engine yet, compliments of two technologies: direct injection helping maximize power from every drop of fuel, and twin air-to-air intercooled turbochargers delivering a surge of on-demand power.

Panoramic Vista Roof
The available panoramic Vista Roof features two panels over the first and second rows. The front panel opens for an open air driving experience.

Driver Assist Technologies
The 2018 Expedition features an array of smart driver-assist technologies, including pre-collision assist with pedestrian detection, BLIS (Blind Spot Information System) with cross-traffic alert, enhanced active park assist, lane-keeping assist and adaptive cruise control with stop and go.