Test Vehicle: 2020 Ford Expedition
MSRP: From $52,810
Overall NHTSA Rating: [usr 5.0]
MPG: 17 City / 23 Hwy
Should I add it to my car shopping list? Yes!
2020 Ford Expedition Review
|Pros & Cons||What’s New|
|Turbocharged V6 engine and a 10-speed automatic transmission is amazing.||King Ranch and Platinum trim levels|
|Excellent towing capacity and fuel economy||Co-Pilot360 now standard|
|Near luxury interior|
|Excellent infotainment system|
Q. Should I put the new Expedition on my SUV shopping list?
A. Yes! This is the best SUV Ford has ever made. The engine and transmission combination is excellent and the available features offer everything someone would want in a large SUV.
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When Ford released its newest generation of the Ford Expedition in 2018 they unseated GM/Chevrolet/GMC as the reining kind of large SUVs. The new Expedition is now the best in class large SUV.
Roadfly ranks the 2020 Ford Expedition #1 in large SUVs.
With a towing capacity up to 9300 lbs., spacious interior with 3rd-row seating, and a fuel-efficient EcoBoost engine, the 2020 Ford Expedition is designed to meet the needs of a large family or those who want to tow and go on adventures.
Tech features such as FordPass Connect™, which includes a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot for up to 10 mobile devices, SYNC® 3, which features compatibility with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™, and Ford Co-Pilot360™ Technology are standard across the lineup.
The Expedition now comes standard with Ford Co-Pilot360™ Assist driver-assist technology, continuously controlled damping, 360-degree camera with split-view and front/rear washer, power-folding, heated sideview mirrors with turn-signal indicators, security approach lamps, and auto-dimming driver’s side mirror.
Note: Ford also offers the Expedition Max, an extended-wheelbase model that boasts a larger cargo area.