First Look at the 2015 Ford Expedition

By Cole Q.

It’s hard to say which news about the 2015 Ford Expedition is the bigger! That it is now available with 3.5-liter, direct-injected twin-turbocharged EcoBoost® engine that will deliver more power and performance than the current 5.4-liter V8. Or that the Expedition will be available with awesome technology such as Blind Spot Information System® with cross-traffic alert, electric power-assisted steering, SYNC® with MyFord Touch® and suspension damping to improve passenger comfort. Leave us a comment below to let us know what your favorite part is! You can also post your comments on Facebook, Twitter or other social media channels with #Expedition.


Customers will also find a top-of-the-line Platinum series Expedition available with the new 2015 model. The Platinum series will feature unique, premium interior appointments.

Some things are remaining the same as Ford Expedition customers have come to expect. For example, you can have either a short- or long-wheelbase version. The longer-wheelbase version sits on a 131-inch wheelbase, and features three rows of seats and up to 130.8 cubic feet of cargo space. The short wheelbase provides up to 108.3 cubic feet of cargo space. Three-row seating is still available.

You can learn more about the 2015 Ford Expedition at .

Both standard and EL versions of Expedition are built at Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville, alongside the Ford Super Duty® pickup.
Saud A 06/26/2014
Another disappointness, OK Ford what now? You should have at least offer rear-locking differential to the new expedition, it's a new era isn't it? I don't know why am I feeling Ford is going all in the wrong direction.
Like last time after the whole 3.5L V6 torture video that made everyone believe this is something extraordinary that ford has done, apperantly another ford customer discovered the misfiring of the spark plugs, knowing that ford has dismanteled the engine after the long torture infornt of all people to prove how durable and tough it is, sorry Ford, how can I garantee that the same problem would come up again leaving the car for me to test it rather than using it.

I wish ford all the best in the upcoming future manufacuring, waiting for the new Chevy Tahoe.
Derek D 04/21/2014
When you add a turbo you add heat, when you add heat you decrease the life of the motor, end of story. If there is an engineer out there that says otherwise they are not engineering a product for the consumer.
Ray S 04/20/2014
Please give your Ford Expedition customers threea)  V6 for those who use their Expedition to transport kids to school in any weather with 4x4 and would like better fuel economy.b)  V6 turbo for those with lots of kids, all weather needs of 4x4 and towing ski-boats or camperc) 6.2 V8 for the hooligan-he-man X-petition Raptor, nitrogen shocks, flared fenders, deep exhaust, 4x4 fun for many...
Alex M 03/01/2014
Really ford? No V8? I'm sorry but if you don't at least try to make a different V8 that's more efficient than the Triton, you probably won't sell as much as GM or other full sized suv brands.
RJ Stevers 02/23/2014
No V-8? Time to look over at GM after being a loyal Ford customer. I'm not interested in a small block pushed to the limits. The last thing I want is the blasted thing straining more on it's crankshaft bearings. Is the new Expy now completely intended for shopping malls and environmental whack o nuts that feel comforted by the turbo V-6? Ford needs to listen to loyal customers and offer a V-8 for those of us who want it. At least GM is doing that. Does Ford really think that if I am spending 60k plus I care about a few miles per gallon. Ford should spend their time taking on the Feds and all of the regulatory crap including cafe standards. The market will all sort out the products. So Ford, you have lost a very loyal and repeat customer.
Dean V 02/20/2014
It looks pretty much like the last version. Would have been nice to give it the front end of the 2015 F-150, and the interior to match.
First Look at the 2015 Ford Expedition

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