Power Moonroof, Leather Seats,10-Way Power Driver’s Seat, Power-Adjustable Pedals, Dual-Zone Temperature Control, Heated And Cooled Front Seats, 2nd Row Heated Seats, Best-In-Class 3rd-Row With 60/40 Split-Fold Seat, 2nd-Row 40/20/40 Split-Fold Seat With Centerslide®, Powerfold® 3rd-Row Seat, Navigation, Rearview Camera, Power Liftgate, Power-Deployable Running Boards, Keyless Entry Keypad, Steering Wheel-Mounted Audio Controls, Universal Garage Door Opener, Power Heated Sideview Mirrors With Blind Spot Mirrors, Forward Sensing System, Fog Lights, Front Tow Hooks, 5.4L V8, 20” Alloy Wheels and 177,650 kms
The 2013 Ford Expedition stands as one of the most accommodating and well-designed of the mega-SUVs. Should you and your family (or you and your business) require room for eight and 9,000 pounds of towing capability, Ford’s 2013 Expedition responds to that need. The Expedition offers an ambitious spec (overhead cam powertrain, all-independent suspension) to complement an aggressive menu of options.
What’s New For 2013: The Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow package includes an integrated trailer brake controller, working with the Expedition’s ABS system, it provides improved trailer braking when compared to aftermarket units.
In a country spanning many time zones, if you hit the road frequently you’ll probably want to hit it with something big. And there are few bigger SUV offerings than the Ford Motor Company’s largest 2013 Ford Expedition. There remains a lot of people hauling kids and towing trailers. And for those that regard a truck-based SUV as a necessary tool, the Expedition remains one of the best. As a bonus, the Expedition’s third row provides room for real adults. And when not in use that third row folds flush into the floor, a benefit of the Expedition’s fully independent rear suspension.
With room for eight and the ability to tow up to 9,000 pounds, the most notable piece of standard equipment on or in Ford’s 2013 Expedition is its capability. And while “Built Ford Tough” is the product team’s mantra, Ford hasn’t forgotten creature comforts. Ford is the only domestic manufacturer to combine an overhead-cam powerplant with all-independent suspension for levels of performance and composure you can take to the bank – or the beach.
Considering the Expedition’s mammoth size, driving it is quite easy thanks to light but precise steering, as well as a suspension that does a good job in controlling all that weight. Yes, it’s one of the biggest land yachts on the market, but it’s manageable.