2014 Ford Expedition Release Date, Review
The new 2014 Ford Expedition has stuck to its guns. This Expedition pulls and hauls with the ruggedness of a truck, but still it has the connectivity and the comfort too. This can be the best choice for you who need to tow or haul heavy loads, even though the most casual SUV drivers have already swapped down for crossovers. This car has a straightforward design that maybe looks not fresh anymore. Because it has been a few years since it was synched up with the F-150 pickups as it is based. The F-150 has been improved continually, but then this Expedition has lagged. This Expedition looks more rounded in its details for the outside, while it feels like relic of another era at Ford from the inside for 2014 Ford Expedition.
2014 Ford Expedition Engine and Features
This Expedition has had for years and it makes about 365 pound-feet of torque and it allows this car to move quickly most of the time. You can hitch up the trailer or load the car near its limit (about 9,200 pound of towing) and its engine does not have the stout, the unrelenting character of GM’s current batch V8, especially for the larger V8 in the Suburban. The four-wheel drive of this 2014 Ford Expedition remains the available pretty much throughout the entire lineup, whereas the six-speed automatic transmission is smooth-shifting and responsive at least.
Even this car has lacked the Ford’s innovative such as MyFord Touch connectivity interfere, this 2014 Ford Expedition offers the more dated of Synch system that combined with a voice-activated navigation system and also the HD Radio in the top trims. There are XL, XLT, Limited and the King Ranch in the trims, with the total of ten equipment groups that included in the lineup. Besides, this car also has standard equipment across the entire range includes the heated power mirror, keyless entry keypad, air conditioning, illuminated visors, an electro chromic rearview mirror, and many others.
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