Used 2004 Ford Expedition SUV Consumer Reviews

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Safest Car Ever

rajkosman, 02/17/2012
Eddie Bauer Rwd 4dr SUV (4.6L 8cyl 4A)
29 of 29 people found this review helpful

I purchased my 2004 Expedition used with 20000 miles on it in 2006. I have enjoyed this vehicle every mile I've owned it. Unfortunately the other day I was rear ended by a commercial vehicle doing 45 mph. It was the end of the Expedition, but the quality of this vehicle saved my life. I would recommend this vehicle 100 times out of 100! Looking for a new one as we speak.

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Will Buy AGAIN!!!

amazed7, 11/02/2014
Eddie Bauer Rwd 4dr SUV (5.4L 8cyl 4A)
38 of 39 people found this review helpful

I purchased my 2004 Ford Expedition with 3 miles on it. (New). I still have it today (2014) with 235,000 miles on it. She still does long distance. I faithly performed oil changes every 3000. The mechanic said his died at 335000 miles. Worth the money.

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2004 Ford Expedition XLT Sport 5.4L 4x4 review

rick_casorio, 03/01/2011
XLT NBX 4WD 4dr SUV (5.4L 8cyl 4A)
31 of 32 people found this review helpful

I bought this Expedition after saying I was done with Ford after 2 bad experiences with Ford vehicles in the past. I turned in my lease lemon 05 F150 in 06 and saw this Expedition on the lot and something told me to give Ford 1 more try. I'm glad I did. I bought it with 37k and 4 yrs later and with 76,XXX + miles it has been a great vehicle. Only issues I've had was a rear end whine and a sticky brake caliper. That's it. Both fixed under warranty years ago. It has been the best bad winter weather vehicle I've ever driven and that's saying a lot here in Michigan! It's made me a Ford Guy again. I think you should buy one.

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One Tough SUV

dogdude, 04/15/2011
Eddie Bauer 4WD 4dr SUV (5.4L 8cyl 4A)
21 of 22 people found this review helpful

We bought our Expedition after having a Chrysler Town and Country mini van. I'll tell ya what.... I dont know why we didnt just buy a Expedition in the first place! Awesome truck. We have 3 kids and two Labrador retrievers that go everywhere with us. We have so much more room than we did with with the van. We can also tow our 29ft. camper no problem or our ATV trailer with three ATVs. We bought it with 122,000 miles on it and are going on 150,000 with no problems. We get about 15 in town and as high as 20 on the highway. I have a F250 superduty too, but its sure nice to have the option to take the comfortable truck now when we pull something. I'd recommend one to anybody. Good solid truck!

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Expedition convert.

Ivy Griffith, 03/15/2015
XLT Rwd 4dr SUV (4.6L 8cyl 4A)
17 of 18 people found this review helpful

As a family with four kids, expecting our fifth, we needed to upgrade from our cramped Toyota Sienna minivan, and I am SO GLAD we went with the expedition. It's roomy, comfortable, practical, and stylish. Our van felt like driving a boat; it drifted in the road with typical minivan steering and got battered in the wind. Even though the Expedition is much bigger, the steering is WONDERFUL and we feel only the windiest days, barely. I feel safe driving my family around in this, and it handles like a dream in the rain. We bought it with 101k miles on it and will drive it until it dies. And then buy another! This family will never buy minivans again. Update: we have now owned this car for 2 years and I haven't changed my mind. I LOVE THIS CAR! After she dies (let's hope it's many years from now), we will buy another one for sure. She's 12 years old now and the only repair cost we've has aside from regular maintenance is replacing the a.c. compressor. Not bad for a 12 year old CAR!

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