Not sure whether leasing or buying makes the most financial sense?Our Ford financing and leasing specialists can help you answer the tough questions that new car buyers face.The lame-duck 2017 Expedition can be found with significant discounts.We would expect those deals to sweeten as dealers count down to the fall, when the new 2018 Ford Expedition goes on sale.
The Expedition will offer a 360-degree camera and park assist system that can make parking this tour bus much easier.
Available safety features will use both camera and radar technology, and include automatic braking, lane-keep assist, active cruise control, and blind-spot monitors that can see to all the way to a trailer’s flanks.
Retail customers will have a choice of three familiar trim levels: XLT, Limited, and Platinum, though fleet customers will be able to choose a less fancy XL.
Dynamics promise to be improved through a new optional Terrain Management System that will allow drivers to optimize handling and powertrain performance to suit conditions, with Eco, Normal, Sport, and Towing modes.
The updated 3.5-liter Eco Boost V6 engine adds a start/stop feature to turn off the engine to save fuel during stops, such as when waiting at a traffic light.