Expensive to be worked on. Parts not cheap nor the tune up. Seems to hold up well up to about 80,000 miles, then lots of things go out under the hood. Overall a nice vehicle to drive, roomy but gas isn't cheap these days!
Large enough to take everyone with you. Not enough cargo space. Not even for groceries. You fold down the third row and whatever you place up there is sure to fall when driving. Nicely equipped dash board. Lots of amenities. Love the foot pedal adjustments.
Too much wind noise. Doesn't start as easily in colder weather. Memory seats would be nice.
The truck is great. Great power in the
5.4 motor. leather seats are the
best.Got to have it on chrome rims.
Ford rules. Gets all the girls. A real
mans Suv. Lets be real, why pay 55,000
or more for the more expensive trucks
when we know all automobiles breakdown
and have problems.
5.4 motor, size, third row seat,
leather, front and rear a.c., lighted
running boards, engine growl with flow
master dual exhaust, GREAT RIDE ON
BUMBY ROADS OR STREETS.
Locking gas cap, 100 horse power , THE
POOR RESALE VALUE. THE POOR RESALE
I think that the 5.4 XLT is great
value.So far so good with reliability.
(knock on wood).I got all the E.B.
features on mine with the running
boards,fog lights leather, third row
ect. Gas isn't the best but it is a big
suv and gas prices are high.I heard if
u remove third row seat you could save
a mile per gallon.So far i am happy
with my expo.It runs very strong.
5.4 liter engine runs very strong and
fast compared to 4.6 liter
engine.leather seats.great prices for
used ford suv's compared to other
trucks.Size and value.
Breaks and roters are alot at
dealership. Add 50 more horsepower to
While in warranty I was forced to
visit the dealer 4 times for repairs.
But it was after the warranty expired
that things really started to go
wrong. Having spent over $9,000 in
repairs since the warranty expired I
am convinced that Ford sold me a
defective vehicle and are continuing
to sell this same vehicle still
today. Sure the new one looks
different, buts thatís just marketing
hype. Inside this vehicle hasnít
changed, just ask any honest engineer
or maintenance tech at Ford and they
will tell you that the changes are
Big, safe family road trip vehicle.
Reliability is a serious problem.
Don't ever consider owning one of
these vehicles after the warranty
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