/2015 Ford Expedition Facelift Unveiled

2015 Ford Expedition Facelift Unveiled

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We bet a lot of you have forgotten about the Ford Expedition, one of the largest production SUVs in the world. To be honest, we had too. We thought it was dead and gone. It isn’t though. Ford just announced a new, facelifted version that will soon go on sale in America as a 2015 model.

The 2015 Ford Expedition is still a sizable thing, but it gets a new, cuddlier face that makes it look like a friendly giant. The headlights are new, as is the grille, as is the bumper. It also gets new LED lights, new tailgate, new wheels, and new chrome tailpipes.

Despite all this, the Expedition looks terribly old-fashioned. The only reason we can think of to buy this car is if you need a 119 or 131 inch wheelbase, because that’s what the Expedition offers in its normal and EL versions respectively.

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Ford Expedition has gone all EcoBoost in its new version, boasting a 3.5 liter V6 which it shares with the new Lincoln Navigator, mated to a six-speed SelectShift automatic transmission. This unit is good for around 370 horsepower and 430 pound-feet of torque, and makes the 2015 version the most fuel-efficient Expedition ever.

The car comes with 22-inch wheels as standard, and lots of technology features including SYNC with MyFord Touch and driver-assist features such as radar-based Blind Spot Information System with cross-traffic alert. You also get a 10-speaker, 700-watt Sony audio system; Intelligent Access with push-button start; rearview camera; seven-color, interior ambient LED lighting; and Ford truck apps to help make trailer towing and off-road driving easier.

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