2016 Ford Expedition
New Ford Expedition has been developing to make immediate impact on market. Potential buyers and fans will be stunned with its look, interior equipment, but also with improved engine and performance. First comes first, Ford wants to regain popularity of its SUV segment, since Japan-based companies are overtaking US market pretty fast. The 2016 Ford Expedition is an answer and we will see if it is capable to compete with other vehicles from that range.
2016 Ford Expedition interior
Three rows of seats will be a layout for this model of Expedition. This sixth-generation SUV will be a large crossover with a plenty of interior space. Total of 8 passengers can be taken. Expedition has 5 doors, with automatic opening function. Cabin is equipped with latest tech features. Comparing to the last version, this 2016 Ford Expedition is upgraded. Many new improvements bring a lot of fun. Infotainment system will probably be powered with MyFord apps pack. There will be also ten speaker Sony audio system.
2016 Ford Expedition exterior
Although cabin suffers a lot of changes, exterior is somehow near the same as we used to it from Ford Expedition. Design changes are made mostly in material for building, so the car will come significantly lighter. That could be up to 200-300 pounds. However, that shouldn’t affect performance and output numbers. Also, some modifications will be visible easily, such as new bumper, grille, headlights, and special attention is turned to all-new 22-inch wheels. The 2016 Ford Expedition will have total of 8 trim options. These are XLT, XLT EL, Limited, Limited EL, King Ranch, Platinum, King Ranch EL and Platinum EL.
2016 Ford Expedition engine
All these trims will have single option under the hood of the 2016 Ford Expedition. It is new engine, 3.5-liter direct-injection twin-turbo EcoBoost V6 unit, instead of 5.4-liter V8 powertrain which was installed by now. Power is set for 365 hp, and torque level is at 420 lb-ft. These numbers are near V8 option, but new Expedition will have much better fuel economy. Rear-wheel drive and six speed automatic gearbox are standard, and AWD will be optional.