This is the industry leading full-size SUV that incorporates safety, style, plenty of space and performance. There’s no need to compromise, the 2017 Ford Expedition is the whole package. The GMC Yukon and the rest of the competition simply can’t compare to the redesigned Expedition.
A full-size SUV needs space and lots of it. Whether you’re taking a road trip with the whole family or carpooling with colleagues, the 2017 Expedition has all the space you need. This seven passenger vehicle is available with three rows of seats and maximum carrying capacity of 3,066 litres. There is an extended Expedition MAX available that has a 3,703 litres carrying capacity. Test drive the 2017 Ford Expedition today and experience this spacious vehicle for yourself.
The 2017 Expedition is big and agile. Unlike some SUVs, the Expedition isn’t a slow, lumbering beast. At the heart of the 2017 Expedition is a 3.5L EcoBoost Engine that is incredibly efficient, while delivering plenty of power. It produces an impressive 365 horsepower and 420 lb.-ft. of standard engine torque. With standard 4x4 on all Expedition models, you can can go just about anywhere. When you need it, the twin air-to-air intercooled turbochargers provide a surge of instantaneous power.
The 2017 Ford Expedition provides all the advanced technology you would expect from an innovative company like Ford. Packed with features meant to make your driving life safer and easier, the Expedition is as advanced as it is impressive. Ford has made the new SYNC 3 infotainment system available in the 2017 Expedition. SYNC 3 offers high-speed performance, enhanced voice recognition abilities, a capacitive touch screen with swipe capability, available navigation with easy destination entry and pinch-to-zoom functionality, Siri seamless integration, and automatic updates over Wi-Fi.
Mother always said, “Safety First!” Ford tends to agree, and for the 2017 Ford Expedition has a Forward/Reverse Sensing System. It uses ultrasonic sensors in the bumpers to alert you about obstacles when you’re moving forward or backing up at slow speeds.
Mother always said, “Safety First!”