2014 Ford Expedition

November 14th, 2013 · Comments Closed · Ford

2014 Ford Expedition has put its weapons. While vehicles like the Ford Explorer have developed themselves in a more familiar, carlike direction, press the expedition, and drag with the durability of a truck-and for the most part, connectivity and comfort, too. It is a good choice for those who tow heavy loads or need gap, but have exchanged SUV drivers more casual to crossovers. 2014 Ford Expedition features a simple design that is nothing more sweet. It’s been a few years since with the appropriate F-150 pickup trucks in which it is based is synchronized. The F-150 has improved continuously, but the problem is out. The result is that while the latest F-Series Trucks a drawer, edgier look to have the problem remained more rounded down to the details on the outside, while inside it now feels like a relic from another era in Ford, less refined, lighter board you will find in most Ford trucks.

The main difference between 2014 Ford Expedition in size. You want to measure your parking space and choose carefully between the output of standard length and extended length Expedition EL, which is 14.8 inches longer and longer rear fenders and glass. It is one of the big SUV on the planet, with a wheelbase of 131 inches, Aiin other words, more than a Smart fortwo or Mitsubishi. Cargo space is large and the access to the third row is much easier in the EL, but you’ll pay a price in maneuverability.

In both versions, the interior of the expedition is dark, almost like a full size truck. Front seats are exhibiting captain seats, high mounted and offer a good view and a telescoping steering wheel and power adjustable pedals provide a wide range of body types. The expansive head and knee room is in the second row of seats, and even adult passengers will find the third row spacious enough for short trips. In models EL, there is 130.8 cubic feet of cargo space, including an additional 24 cubic feet behind the third row of seats. A third row of seats available PowerFold and power tailgate are useful when your hands are full, and longer rear doors make entry El (and outside) the third row easily.

2014 Ford Expedition 5.0-liter V-awaited Ford-8, making their way into the show since 2012, but is still waiting. The only transmission is still the 310-hp shy but proven performance, 5.4-liter V-8, which has had the expedition for years. From £ 365-ft of torque and allows the expedition to move most of the time too quickly. Hang load the trailer or the expedition near its limit (up to 9200 pounds towing) and this engine is thick and unforgiving nature of the current batch of GM V-8 engine, most V-8 of the Suburban. Four wheel drive is still available virtually on the line, and the six-speed automatic transmission is precise and uniform changes.

Given the mammoth size 2014 Ford Expedition driving is very easy thanks to the direction of the light, but precise and a suspension with a good job in controlling all that weight. Yes, it is one of the largest land yachts on the market, but manageable. The only problem we have seen in recent years is that the feel of the brake pedal can be a bit fluffy. Ride quality does not meet modern standards crossovers, for the most part, but the expedition not keep their composure on rough surfaces, and it rides better than other body-on-frame truck.

2014 Ford Expedition has been lagging behind in features compared to their brothers collection. Lacks innovative interface connectivity Ford MyFord Touch (and sometimes frustrating), place the Sync system offers the latest, trims in combination with a voice-activated navigation and HD radio in top. The series includes XL, XLT, Limited and King Ranch trims, with a total of ten groups of computers. Standard equipment across the range includes keyless entry keypad, heated mirrors, air conditioning, electrochromic rearview mirror, illuminated visors, and leather-wrapped steering wheel, while the Ford MyKey system and keyboard input system of SecuriCode are prominent features. Options include a DVD entertainment system and 20-inch chromed aluminum wheels. If you can afford it, King Ranch Edition offers a unique spin on a luxury SUV interior, suede, like a baseball glove.

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