New 2020 Ford Expedition
2020 Ford Expedition
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When size matters, you know you can rely on Ford. Large SUVs are often called to pull double duty as dependable transportation for family and friends, all while retaining the power and performance of a work truck. With its impressive engine capability, abundant interior space, and famous Ford reliability, it's easy to see why the Expedition is a leader in its class.

Whether you're commuting through Ayden, heading out for a weekend getaway, or venturing off-road, the spacious and durable Ford Expedition promises all the features and power you'll need for any situation.

If you want to experience all the quality and control that make the Expedition such a standout SUV, we'd be happy to hand you the keys for a test drive. At , we have the Expedition in stock along with a variety of various other SUVs, pickups, and sedans. Come see us and drive home in your new Ford today!

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What's New on the 2020 Ford Expedition?

The 2020 Ford Expedition comes with several new features for the year. First of all, the Ford Co-Pilot360 now comes standard on all trims. You also have the choice of a Black Accent package for the XLT Trim level which gives you black wheels, exterior trim, and exterior body. The 2020 Expedition is offered in four trim levels: XLT, Limited, King Ranch, and Platinum. The XLT, Limited, and King Ranch come with a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine while the Platinum gets the same engine, but puts out 400 hp and 480 lb-ft of torque.

When it comes to safety, you receive front and rear parking sensors, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, forward collision warning, blind-spot monitoring, and more. For technology, you'll appreciate an 8-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth®*, satellite radio, USB ports, a 12-speaker sound system, and many others. To keep you cozy and comfortable, you receive heated front and second row seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, power-adjustable seats, and much more.

History of the Expedition

After the Bronco exited the Ford lineup in the early 1990s, the manufacturer had to develop a new large SUV option. Taking notes from their successful F-150 pickup, Ford released the powerful Expedition in 1997 as a well-rounded sport utility vehicle capable of off-roading and towing over 8,000 pounds. Reception was overwhelmingly positive, and the Expedition enjoyed brisk sales throughout its first generation.

The Expedition was redesigned in 2003, sporting updated styling and more contemporary features. Drivers appreciated the SUV's rear independent suspension system, and a 5.4-liter V8 engine came standard. The Expedition's towing capacity was also enhanced to reinforce its work vehicle aptitude.

The Expedition's third generation debuted in 2007, presenting a bundle of available technology features for convenience and safety. It rolled off the line with Ford's fresh three-bar grille, stamped with the iconic blue oval. Ford issued their next redesign in 2018, enhancing gas mileage, boosting horsepower, and updating the interior.

The Expedition is Here at Doug Henry Ford of Ayden

At Doug Henry Ford of Ayden, our devoted staff of automotive experts promise you unrivaled customer service. We offer a lineup of new and used vehicles, and we're positive that you'll discover just what you need within our selection. We encourage you to check out our inventory at your convenience. When you find a vehicle you like, come out to the dealership to get behind the wheel.

While you already know that the Expedition comes with extraordinary value, you may still be surprised when you see the humble price tag. While you're speaking with our team members, remember to bring up our .

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