Ford Expedition – Car Spec & Review

The full-size SUV known as the Ford Expedition is a vehicle built by the Ford Motor Company. The Ford Expedition was first introduced in the year 1997. It fits between the smaller Ford Explorer and the larger Ford Excursion, which has since been discontinued.

The Ford Expedition can fit up to nine passengers at a time. It boasts a range of different V8 Configurations. The Ford Expedition has drawn favorable comparisons to the Lincoln Navigator, particularly the 2004 model of the vehicle. The Ford Expedition was recently introduced with a Limited trim line.

Ford Expedition

Since the year 2004, over a million units of the Ford Expedition have been sold. This reflects the high demand for SUVs in the United States of America. A special version of the Ford Expedition is manufactured for fire and law enforcement departments.

The Ford Expedition is constructed in the town of Wayne, Michigan, in the United States of America. The Ford Expedition is considered to be the flagship SUV of Ford.

The Ford Expedition was designed as a competitor to the Chevrolet Tahoe, Chevrolet Suburban, Toyota Land Cruiser, and GMC Yukon. The Ford Expedition also serves as a replacement vehicle for the full-sized Ford Bronco.

Ford Expedition

Ford Expedition Car Specifications

Model: Ford Expedition
Year: 2006
Category: SUVs
Configuration size: 5408 ccm (330.00 cubic inches)
Fuel type: Gasoline
Fuel city driving: 16.8 litres/100 km (14.00 miles per gallon)
Fuel mixed driving: 15.7 litres/100 km (15.00 miles per gallon)
Seats: 9
Drive: Front wheels
Transmission: Automatic, 4-speed
Airbags: 4
Configuration location: Front
Displacement: 5408 ccm (330.00 cubic inches)
Configuration type: V8
Max power: 304.00 PS (224 kW or 300 HP) at 5000 Rev. per min.
Max torque: 494.94 Nm (50.5 kgf-m or 365.1 ft.lbs) at 3750 Rev. per min.
Compression: 9.8:1
Bore x stroke: 90.2 x 105.9 mm (3.6 x 4.2 inches)
Fuel system: Injection
Valves per cylinder: 3
Fuel control: Single overhead cam (SOHC)
Lubrication system: Wet sump
Gearbox: Automatic, 4-speed

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