2013 Ford Expedition
49,294 Miles
$27,995

Lamesa, TX
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2014 Ford Expedition
67,470 Miles
$30,949

Lincoln, NE
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2016 Ford Expedition
33,676 Miles
$32,300

Cedarburg, WI
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2014 Ford Expedition
10,665 Miles
$31,947

Salt Lake City, UT
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2016 Ford Expedition
38,406 Miles
$37,851

Baltimore, MD
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2014 Ford Expedition
34,251 Miles
$29,277

Honolulu, HI
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2017 Ford Expedition
22,088 Miles
$32,967

Long Beach, CA
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2016 Ford Expedition
41,111 Miles
$38,065

Schaumburg, IL
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2010 Ford Expedition
124,580 Miles
$16,154

Denison, TX
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2003 Ford Expedition
170,580 Miles
$4,700

Louisville, KY
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2012 Ford Expedition
61,669 Miles
$24,895

New London, CT
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2016 Ford Expedition
36,706 Miles
$33,830

New London, CT
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2013 Ford Expedition
101,887 Miles
$22,350

Austin, TX
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2010 Ford Expedition
99,271 Miles
$15,950

Austin, TX
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2002 Ford Expedition
179,534 Miles
$4,381

Knoxville, TN
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2014 Ford Expedition
23,223 Miles
$28,985

Grayling, MI
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2016 Ford Expedition
28,220 Miles
$38,999

Doylestown, PA
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2012 Ford Expedition
100,717 Miles
$20,788

Bastrop, TX
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2011 Ford Expedition
95,975 Miles
$18,990

Madison, WI
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2014 Ford Expedition
31,622 Miles
$35,400

Cedarburg, WI
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Ford Expedition Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.2
86 Reviews
Overall
4.2
Value
4.2
Performance
4.3
Style
4.3
Comfort
4.6
Fuel Economy
2.4
Reliability
3.9

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2012 Ford Expedition - The perfect, versatile family vehicle

Susan
New Braunfels, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
My Ford Expedition is the perfect answer to our family's needs. Not only do we have kids, we also have extended family that we transport constantly. On a consistent basis, we transport two teenagers, one infant, four adults, one of which is wheelchair bound. Our Expedition can accommodate all of us, the stroller, and the wheelchair. After a bad car accident, I was very hesitant about owning another SUV, but after test driving our Expedition, I knew it was the perfect vehicle for anything that might come up in our lives, like our unexpected newest family addition. It has plenty of space and is comfortable for long road trips with plenty of cup holders for fast food cups. We can even fit our three dogs in the back!
Story
Our last road trip to visit family included our three dogs, one of which is 145 lbs. Our big boy sat in the back with the luggage staring excitedly out the windows at the passing countryside until it was too dark to see.
Pros
The teenagers love that they can plug in their ear buds and listen to a different station on the radio. This SUV has the durability of a truck, but drives like a car. It is so easy to back this vehicle using the combination of the side mirrors and the object notification device that we almost always back into parking spaces. The Expedition also has a sunroof, and the back windows also allow for venting, and in the Texas heat, it really helps to keep the vehicle cooler in the summer.
Cons
The only thing I dislike about this vehicle is that the usb port does not charge our electronics very fast.

2002 Ford Expedition - A Great Expedition

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Long Beach, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
The 2002 Ford Expedition is one of the best vehicles ever created by man kind. It comes in a lovely shade of navy blue, for your pleasure. It's a tall vehicle, which means the driver and his passengers ride high above the rest, like royalty on a throne. The seats are comfy, and the Expedition is spacious. There are a total of eight seats, two in the front, three in the middle, and three in the back. The last two rows can be folded to make space for any sort of cargo you'll carry. The car drives smoothly, and is fun to use. It makes a true statement to be seen in one.
Story
I ate my first adult meal in this car. I had a Big Mac that day.
Pros
The vehicle is large, spacey, and beautiful. There is a killer sound system included. It comes with a CD, Tape, and AUX docks. The vehicle is pretty big, so you feel like a king while driving it. There are plenty of cup holders. 3 In the front, 4 in the middle, and 2 in the back. There is a lot of storage room as well for your transportation needs.
Cons
Some bad things about this vehicle include the cost of gas being very high. It's so nice people will want to be seen around it, and take pictures of themselves on your car's hood.

2004 Ford Expedition - Great people mover

Mike
West Grove, Pennsylvania
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
5.0
I've had my Expedition for 5 years and its been great. Before I bought it I made sure to check out reliability ratings from various sites and the reliability really seemed to depend on the year you bought. So made sure to get a good year and sure enough I have not had any mechanical problems with it (knock on wood). In fact in five years I've only needed breaks once, which compared to Chevy or GM products I've owned, I would replace the brakes every year. So mechanically speaking I've never had a better car I don't think. The truck is comfortable from every seat with leather all around and seat warmers/coolers and full 8 way power seats in the front seats. The back seats can also be adjusted and reclined which my passenger love. It also has dual climate control features and rear ven... (more)
Story
We take it camping every year and we have a blast. The truck is big enough to carry everything we need and my wife and I sleep in the back, on an air mattress.
Pros
I love the height and size of it. The roomy seating and cargo area. The design and durability. The reliability Dual climate control 6 disc CD changer Power everything, including folding back seats
Cons
The gas mileage The difference in performance depending on the cargo load. No navigation system or Bluetooth or OnStar or anything like that

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