2020 Ford Expedition
A new model year has arrived and the Ford is shaking up their lineup for 2020. You’ll still find all their great vehicles, but with updates and redesigns across the board. For instance, the large sport utility vehicle Ford Expedition is sporting a few new features and an entire new trim level. In this preview guide, we take a long look at what’s new in 2020 and what’s still great about the Expedition.
What’s New for 2020?
Ford is working hard to keep you and yours safer than ever. That’s why they made the Ford Co-Pilot--a suite of driver aids and safety features--standard on every 2020 Expedition. Now driver aids, such as automatic high-beam headlights, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, forward collision warning, pedestrian detection, forward automatic emergency braking, a rearview camera, rear parking sensors, and Ford’s MyKey system, are the floor and everything builds on that foundation of safety and convenience.
On top of that, the Expedition has an all-new trim level that might sound familiar since the F-150 has the same name. We’re talking about the 2020 Expedition King Ranch. This trim slots between the Limited and Platinum trims and offers everything from lower trim levels, plus unique exterior badging, 22-inch painted wheels, gray body accents, roof rails, and running boards, and Del Rio leather seats and steering wheel and door panel coverings. And speaking of trim levels, the XLT trim can now be decked out in the Black Accent package for when you want to rule the night.
Power When You Need It
You simply can’t do better than the 2020 Ford Expedition. This titan in the industry can tow loads of up to 9,300 pounds when properly equipped. That makes it a class leader. If you want to be sure you have everything the Expedition can give, be sure to ask for the rear-wheel-drive standard-body-style Expedition with Heavy Duty Trailer Tow package. Another strength is the powerful engine to match its powerful output. We’re talking about the twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 powerhouse. This engine is steady as a steam train and almost as strong.
A Cavernous Cargo Hold
In addition to seating up to 7 or 8 passengers (depending on configuration), the Expedition also has plenty of room for everyone’s stuff. There’s 20.9 cubic feet behind the third tow, which expands to 63.6 with the back seat folded down and a mammoth 104.6 cubes with both back rows down. That’s more than rivals, which often don’t break 100 cubes. And you can always go for broke by springing for the Expedition Max, which maxes out at a whopping 121.5 cubic feet. The 2020 Ford Expedition has the muscle, the safety features, and the space to make it the favorite vehicle in your driveway.