2018 Ford Expedition Pricing


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What’s new

  • More powerful V6 engine and new 10-speed automatic transmission
  • The 2018 Expedition is fully redesigned
  • The first year of the fourth-generation Expedition
  • Updated interior with new features
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Pros

  • Turbo V6 engine, now with more power, pulls strong even when laden
  • Easy folding and sliding of rear seats increase interior flexibility
  • Adults will actually be comfortable in the third-row seat
  • Tows more than similarly sized crossover SUVs

Cons

  • Fuel economy still below what a typical three-row crossover achieves
  • Big, bulky and tricky to navigate and park in tight quarters

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Safety

Our experts’ favorite Expedition safety features:

Adaptive Cruise with Stop and Go

Sets and maintains safe following distance from the car ahead and can bring the SUV to a complete stop when necessary.
Pre-Collision Assist With Pedestrian Detection

Provides pedestrian collision warning to the driver and can automatically apply brakes if the driver doesn't respond in time.
BLIS (Blind Spot Information System)

Alerts driver to vehicles lurking in the SUV's blind spots to prevent a possible collision during a lane change.

Top Consumer Reviews

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Consumer Rating


2018 Platinum Expedition Review
My family of four values large SUVs, and until now Ford hasn't played well in this space. The last five full size SUVs we have owned have carried the Chevrolet/GM badge for obvious reasons. The most recent was a 2016 Chevrolet Suburban so I am well equipped to give a comparison review of the American brands. For starters, it's fairly obvious that the profile of the new Expedition strongly resemble the Tahoe/Suburban. But fortunately that is where the resemblances end. In every other way, function and form, the Expedition is unique and better. Arguably it should be, however, as the Suburban is almost three years older with the current gen dropping in March of 2015 (I had mine then anyway). When I say better I mean technology, ride, power, fuel economy, reliability, quality, functionality for families with small children etc. So far the only thing I can see that GM does better relates to child locks in which Ford requires you to engage from the inside of the rear doors where GM has a convenient switch located in the front for the driver to easily engage and disengage. Otherwise, the Expedition combines what I liked about the GM competitors while fixing the things I hated. For me the Expedition is the perfect full size SUV.
Ford has a winner!!
My last 3 vehicles owned were 2017 Land Cruiser, 2015 Suburban and a 2014 Escalade. We now have 4 kids and the Land Cruiser was getting too cramped. I looked at another Escalade and it just did not have the features and comfort of the 2018 Expedtion Max. The space in the front, second Row and third row with the tip forward seating is awesome. The EcoBoost pulls like a jet engine with great gas mileage for such a big truck. There’s plenty of USB ports for the kids devices. The fit and finish is very good, however it’s not quite on par with the Land Cruiser. My wife likes the light feeling the steering gives vs the tighter feel of the LC. We like the Ford Pass app that connects with the Sync 3 system. Some of the bells and whistles are gimmicky in my book like the auto parking and trailer backup assist, but hey....it’s one heck of a fun toy! Overall, Ford did a good job on the truck and has raised the barn in the full size SUV category.
Ford Got it Right!
I have driven Fords most of my life. I moved to Toyotas (Sequoia, very good vehicle) about 10 years ago and now I am back with the Expedition and love it. Ford's redesign hit a home run. Rides great, handles great and has the room I need for sons sports teams. Electronics are great also. My wife has driven Lexus (Great), BMW (never again) and now a Range Rover (fantastic vehicle). So far the 2018 Platinum Expedition is right there with the Lexus and Range Rover!

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The Expedition and Suburban have always been close competitors. For 2018, though, the Suburban finds itself a bit outgunned. The tried and true 5.3-liter V8 is still a solid choice, but it lacks the outright power and capability of the Ford's twin-turbo V6. The Suburban's older chassis and design also put it at a disadvantage.

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Ford Expedition vs. Toyota Sequoia

Having gone 10 years without any substantial upgrades, the Sequoia is nearly obsolete thanks to the new Expedition. The Toyota is still a rugged SUV capable of seating eight and towing a fair amount, but its dated interior and subpar fuel economy are more obvious now than ever before.

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Ford Expedition vs. Nissan Armada

The Armada does a good job of flying under the radar, but it also does a good job of being a user-friendly, easy-to-drive SUV that can still tow its fair share — 8,500 pounds to be exact. The knocks against the Nissan are the small-ish third row in such a big SUV, the rapidly aging infotainment system, and the lack of a long-wheelbase version.

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