Despite we waited a bit longer than expected, the brand-new Ford Expedition is just a step from the dealerships. Ford presented its all-new, aluminum-bodied, F-150-based SUV at the Chicago Auto Show and big body vehicle is better in all aspects. The Expedition appears slimmer and has developed in size. The interior is also more spacious and filled with the latest computer achievements. Ford also employs turbo V-6 and 10-speed transmission to move this huge vehicle while it is available in XLT, Confined and Jewelry trims. There is again an extended wheelbase version but instead of the EL nomenclature the redesigned long wheelbase model is likely to be marketed as the 2018 Ford Expedition MAX. That title has been used in the Canada and from now Ford is planning with the MAX marker in the US as well.
2018 FORD EXPEDITION MAX: DESIGN
The fourth-generation Expedition switched to the hydroformed T3 framework which edition also underpins the best-selling F-150. The modern design of this platform combines lightweight high-strength products for improved stiffness but paid down weight. An aluminum-formed body actually rests on the boron steel created chassis. A modern design provided about 300 pounds of the weight reduction despite the new models are both lengthier and wider. The standard edition has 4 inches longer wheelbase and 1 inch bigger body. But, the 2018 Ford Expedition MAX is by 1 inch lengthier than the previous generation. When you compare two models, the Expedition MAX is about a foot lengthier than the standard edition and meaning 16.8 cu ft of additional cargo and more rear head room for the adventures.
Styling clever, Ford did a great job on making the new Expedition to look slimmer and distinguishing it from the F-150. The model has slimmer silhouette thanks to the softer body lines and it includes some truck-like aspects with the SUV body lines. The C-shaped headlights imitate the design from the F-150 and the grille is also encouraged by the refreshed truck. The C theme is also used for the fog gentle bezels and the same pattern is visible on model’s taillights.
From the profile perspective, we see some similarities with the Explorer model. The Expedition has solid and straight character point and a higher strip line. Meaning that model has less glass.
Inside both models are more spacious and better prepared than the previous generation. The Expedition may seat up to the eight persons in the three rows or eight with the captain’s chairs.
The design of the dash is very similar as on the F-150. The model has large vertical air vents and the center screen between them.
The middle and rear seats could be flattened flat while the middle row may also tip ahead to provide simpler entry to the last row.
On the other hand, the new Expedition is better equipped. It comes with Sync3 infotainment system with the 8-inch touchscreen. Ford also offers wireless phone receiving, four 12-volt sites, an 110-volt store, WiFi hotspot for 10 devices in the area up to 50 feet from the vehicle, breathtaking glass roof, adjustable cargo shelf and significantly more.
The Expedition also offers the latest safety aids. It comes with the adaptive cruise get a handle on, productive point get a handle on, blind-spot monitoring, encompass view cameras, truck guide, etc.
2018 FORD EXPEDITION MAX: POWERTRAIN
Powering the new 2018 Ford Expedition MAX will be the combo which should provide the class best towing capability. Ford hasn’t revealed details regarding towing, power and fuel economy ratings. But, the 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6 may produce 375 hp and torque of 470 pound-feet in the new F-150. We expect related numbers for the Expedition as well.
The Expedition will also use Ford’s 10-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel push program with the two-speed transfer case. The model is likewise accessible with the electronic rear locking differential. It will also employ the Terrain Management Program from the Explorer with ways for the various conditions.
2018 FORD EXPEDITION MAX: ARRIVAL, PRICE
The 2018 Ford Expedition MAX will arrive in the fall. Ford will reveal the pricing sooner to the arrival.