New 2019 Ford Expedition in Waterford MI

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2019 Ford Expedition at Suburban Ford of Waterford

Full-size SUVs are the chariots of families from West Bloomfield to Auburn Hills. It's no surprise that local drivers are attracted to the segment's distinct blend of spacious practicality and powerful performance. While there are many new full-size SUV models to consider in the area, one stands apart from the rest: the 2019 Ford Expedition.

The all-new 2019 Ford Expedition brings new features and engineering to the table. From its powertrain to its technology, the Expedition promises a well-rounded, supremely competent driving experience. 

2019 Ford Expedition Capability

Ford didn't mess around while engineering the new Expedition's capabilities. From cargo capacity to engine power and off-road ability, this SUV is designed to tackle a wide variety of challenges. You'll always be ready for the road ahead.

Power: Power is one of the Expedition's strongest attributes. Ford saw fit to equip it's largest SUV model with a standard 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6. The turbocharged engine produces a mighty 375 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque. This mighty engine comes standard in all models, so you won't have to pony up more cash to get peak power.

Cargo: The new Expedition offers a cavernous cargo space. Behind the second row alone the SUV offers 63.6 cubic feet of cargo space. Fold down the second row and that number expands to 104.6 cubic feet. In the Expedition MAX, cargo capacity expands to a huge 121.5 cubic feet. You'll have no problems loading in building supplies, furniture, luggage, or other bulky cargo loads.

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Trailering: With its long wheelbase and stout powerplant, the new Expedition is ready for considerable trailering duties. With the available Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow Package, the Expedition can tow up to 9,300 pounds. That's the highest maximum tow rating of any vehicle in its class.

Off-Road: If you see off-road driving conditions in your future, you can opt for the available FX4 Off-Road package. Along with four-wheel drive, this package equips the Expedition with a limited-slip differential, off-road shocks, skid plates, and all-terrain tires.

2019 Ford Expedition Interior and Features

If there's one advantage that the Expedition has, it's size. There's no getting around it; the Expedition is a large vehicle. That ample size translates well for passengers throughout the SUV. Ford has managed to fit seating for up to eight inside the Expedition. And it's not a cramped eight, either. Passengers in ever row have plenty of leg and head room. There's even more room for passengers in the Expedition MAX, which has a longer wheelbase. You can also opt for second-row captain's chairs, though that option reduces seating capacity to seven.

The space itself inside the new Expedition is adorned with plenty of premium materials and features. Leather-wrapped seats with power adjustability are available, along with automatic climate control, a panoramic VistaRoof, and more.

The new Expedition shines especially bright when it comes to technology. Ford SYNC 3, rear entertainment, B&O sound, and more are just a few of the technology options found in the Expedition. Plus, it can be equipped with a built-in Wi-Fi hotspot via FordPass Connect.

2019 Ford Expedition Safety and Driver Assistance Features

Active safety is standard in the new 2019 Expedition. The SUV comes with several helpful driver assistance features.

  • BLIS (Blind Spot Information System) helps you stay aware of other cars around your Expedition.
  • Pre-Collision Assist can alert you to a potential collision and even activate automatic braking.
  • Lane-Keeping Assist can sound an alert if you begin to veer into another lane without signaling.
  • Adaptive Cruise Control will automatically adjust your speed to maintain a set distance from the next car.

Expedition Trim Levels

Expedition XLT: This lowest Expedition trim still comes with impressive standard features like the 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine and ten-speed automatic transmission. You'll also get SiriusXM radio, SYNC voice command system, and more.

Expedition Limited: The Expedition Limited moves up to standard leather seats with heated second-row seats. A standard B&O sound system can make your music and podcasts sound fantastic.

Expedition Platinum: On the outside, the Expedition Platinum gets LED fog lamps. On the inside, the SUV gets a Panoramic Vista Roof and Multicontour seats. Standard SYNC 3 infotainment is a popular feature as well. 

Find Your 2019 Expedition Near Pontiac, MI

Suburban Ford of Waterford is the place to be if you're looking for a new Expedition in the area. Head over to our dealership for a test drive and we'll give you all of the details about this exciting new SUV.

Ford Expedition vs. the Competition

When it comes to researching three-row SUVs for both you and the family, there are a number of considerations to take into account. What will the comfort be like from within? How much towing equipment can your vehicle handle? What is the technology like?

These questions are best answered through comparative reviews, pinning the major characteristics of respective family haulers up against one another to arrive at a consensus. And here at Suburban Ford of Waterford, that is precisely what we have done. Below you will find the new Ford Expedition, one of the popular models here in our showroom, up against two similar models in the Chevy Tahoe and Toyota Sequoia.

Ford Expedition XLT vs. Chevy Tahoe LS

  • With a 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine that produces 365 horsepower in comparison to 355 horsepower, along with 420 pound-feet in comparison to 355 pound-feet, you will prefer the Ford Expedition over the Tahoe when it comes to the support that accompanies you on the open road
  • The Ford Expedition holds a maximum towing advantage of 9,200 pounds to 8,600 pounds respectively over the Tahoe
  • Enjoy less trips to the pumps and more time spent with the family, as the Expedition comes with a 28 gallon to 26 gallon maximum fuel capacity advantage
  • Optional features that aren't available in the Tahoe but ready for you in the Expedition include: front DVD entertainment system, leather seats, moonroof and a navigation system
  • The Expedition holds a massive rear leg room advantage over the Tahoe by nearly 13 inches, so you don't have to expect to hear many complaints from the back seats

Ford Expedition XLT vs. Toyota Sequoia SR5

  • The 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine in the Ford Expedition is plenty powerful with 420 pound-feet compared to 401 pound-feet from the Sequoia, but that doesn't have to mean a sacrifice for efficiency. The Expedition still holds a 18 miles per gallon combined fuel economy to 15 miles per gallon combined fuel economy edge
  • Optional front and rear entertainment systems in the base Expedition model mean that every passenger on a long ride has a consistent way of remaining preoccupied, while you won't find this same advantage for the Toyota SUV
  • Trailering your equipment never has to be stressful with the amount of weight that the Expedition can support. The 9,200 pound maximum towing for this model largely outshines the 7,400 pound maximum for the competing vehicle
  • Interior space is another huge benefit of the Expedition over the Sequoia. This Ford model excels in front and rear head and leg space over its competition
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