However, I was pleasantly surprised to find that Ford had extended the length. Ford refuses to acknowledge this is a problem with this engine. Has been painted twice since new, and requires repainting again. The first two vehicles I gave to my daughter when I got a different one. It was loud and uncomfortable. There's also a new variable-assist power-steering pump to make the Expedition easier to finesse in parking lots. It has been almost one year that this happened, it is still parked, calling out to me, asking me to hold on to faith so that we will once have our gift of a lifetime.
At the 100,000 mile point the dealer replaced the spark plugs, wires, did the engine flush and all the required maintenance. I had a 23 foot boat at one time and it pulled it with no problem. Due to the nature of the design 2700. Well, it took them 6 days to respond! Safety All major safety equipment is standard on the Ford Expedition, including four-wheel antilock disc brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution and brake assist , the AdvanceTrac stability control system with Roll Stability Control to help avoid rollover accidents and a tire-pressure monitor. These replaced the middle-row bench seat, reducing the Expedition's adult seating capacity to four, possibly plus one more wedged into the middle third-row seat. I check the oil and it was very low, almost dry.
Sincerely, a previously loyal Ford Customer. My Expedition was sold 5 times and not once in the 13 years before I bought it, did a single owner check for recalls, especially when fires are concerned. We didn't buy one but plan to within the next month. And if I ever have to purchase a new one, a Ford Expedition would be my only option. This vehicle runs like a charm and is a pure joy to drive. Now, my Ford Expedition 2004 has over 130,000 miles on it, and no major repairs at all.
It doesn't matter if I'm going 10mph or 55mph. Yes miles on it and it is going strong. With me only driving 1 mile to work daily I haven't put much mileage on it. It's reliable and you can take seven people with you in comfort. Seat-mounted side airbags are optional, but a Safety Canopy rollover detection system and side-curtain airbag system that covers outboard occupants for all three rows of seating is standard.
Car was not burning oil, did not have a leak, did not alert low oil pressure, and was not due for an oil change. Seat track has to be replaced. For being such a bulky car 206 inches long, 77 inches tall, 5,800 pounds , the 4x4 Expedition briskly responds to throttle inputs, although it is less responsive when stopping due to a large amount of travel in the brake pedal. They flare out for air flow, which is nice. Driving through torrential rain in 4x4 Auto mode, the Expedition felt surefooted, although massive understeer left us feeling like the captain of an ocean liner when steering it around town. Due to the nature of the design 2700.
It also didn't feel as big to drive as the Suburban did. All sorts of measures have been taken to assure a quieter interior. Stability control and front seat-mounted side airbags are now standard, as are side curtain airbags, which now cover all three rows of seating. Dollars and sense tell me to not bother opening up the engine but instead to purchase a new engine. If the Ford wasn't paid for I would have already gotten rid of it, and still plan on it, but when I do I won't be buying a Ford.
It's another great car, larger but with better fuel mileage than our old one. The 2003 Expedition introduced several firsts to the segment, including independent rear suspension, fold-flat seats with a power-folding third row, Safety Canopy? A new engine-speed-variable power boost system for the steering allows 15 percent more boost at low speeds while giving a firmer feel at higher speeds. I think Ford may have finally figured out a way to give the Suburban hallmark at Chevy worthy competition. Bigger, softer body mounts and improved engine and transmission mounts isolate the cabin from unwanted vibration. In other words, I removed the plastic house that your key goes into, and pushed the key forward to allow it to turn. The Bottom Line The 2007 Ford Expedition is a brawny behemoth with some advanced digital gadgetry.
Both Expedition have the 5. Would buy another one for sure. How can these engines go bad that fast??? Expedition offers an impressively quiet ride. Interior Design and Special Features Although there are still a few too many small buttons, new materials and updated electronics give the cabin a more modern feel this year. I will never purchase another Ford in my life.
Even so, the Expedition's 300-horsepower 5. Although the Expedition's mass is apparent from behind the wheel, the V8 offers solid acceleration in most situations, delivering its power in a very smooth manner. I'm gonna glue the thing and see what happens! Properly equipped, the Ford Expedition can tow up to 9200 pounds. Pressing the Voice button on the right-hand side of the steering wheel brings up a spoken menu of available voice commands. No big deal with the Expo and no need for strategic packing, just throw it all in. Last year's four-speed automatic transmission is replaced by a six-speed automatic. .