2001 Ford Expedition
184,484 Miles
$3,995

Beaverton, OR
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210,676 Miles
$3,750

Burley, ID
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2001 Ford Expedition
86,153 Miles
$7,490

Indianola, IA
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2001 Ford Expedition
142,756 Miles
$6,753

Victoria, TX
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153,734 Miles
$2,498

Wisconsin Rapids, WI
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209,032 Miles
$2,998

Augusta, GA
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227,289 Miles
$3,000

South Beach, OR
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320,001 Miles
$2,527

Eugene, OR
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116,892 Miles
$5,362

Columbiana, OH
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2001 Ford Expedition
238,500 Miles
$2,991

Lewisville, TX
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163,871 Miles
$3,500

Ewing, NJ
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202,011 Miles
$3,200

Lebanon, TN
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186,754 Miles
$2,177

Miamisburg, OH
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297,924 Miles
$2,400

Newport News, VA
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$2,499

Highland Park, MI
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2001 Ford Expedition
147,139 Miles
$4,988

Boise, ID
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153,616 Miles
$5,311

Colorado Springs, CO
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2001 Ford Expedition
175,954 Miles
$3,999

Aberdeen, SD
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2001 Ford Expedition
201,986 Miles
$2,500

Tremont, IL
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147,988 Miles
$3,195

Frankford, DE
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2001 Ford Expedition Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
2 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
3.5
Performance
4.5
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
3.0

2001 Ford Expedition Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2001 Ford Expedition - Ford Expedition, a car I would buy again

MDG
76487, Texas
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
My Expedition is the largest vehicle I have ever owned. I wasn't sure about driving something so large, but it turns out I love it. The interior space is open and roomy, without feeling like I am driving a 'truck'. It corners well, has a very smooth ride, and doesn't 'feel' as big as it is. It has almost 200k on it, and has yet to have many problems, other than regular maintenance. I can remove leave the third bench seat to haul a lot of people, but can remove it in about 10 minutes if I need to haul stuff. The one major drawback is that to do normal maintenance on the spark plugs, requires a mechanic and is a several hundred dollar job, which is ridiculous for something that should be done periodically, like change your spark plugs. The other thing I do Not like, which seems common to... (more)
Story
A friend and I were taking a load of teenagers down to a (very) nearby lake(3 miles) to go swimming for the day. His car wouldn't start, and it turns out that if you remove the back bench seat, and drive only on back roads(for safety), you can get 14 teenagers and all their stuff into this vehicle. I cannot vouch for your sanity afterwards if you try this, however.
Pros
It is comfortable, especially for its' size. The gas mileage is much better than expected. The inside design works very well, nothing is an awkward reach, or hard to figure out. I love that it has both front and rear, separately controlled, A/C and heat.
Cons
The need to pay a Lot of money just to get a spark plug change. Also, there is no inside latch for the back hatch, really inconvenient for me, as my brother is a passenger often, has a wheelchair but is not confined to it, and I have to go around and open the hatch, instead of him just being able to pop it open from the inside. Having to go to an auto parts store with a machine, or to an auto mechanic just to get the check engine light reset, if I don't get the gas cap properly seated after I refuel.

2001 Ford Expedition - Good design, except the spark plug threads

BJL
Hamilton, Missouri
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
2.0
The 2001 Ford Expedition is a solid SUV that delights... Mostly. The body is large enough to accommodate a large family, such as I have, and the vehicle handles and runs well, even over 200,000 miles. Most of the components are well-designed for minimal required repairs. It handles towing moderate loads with ease, and can easily handle a moving trailer fully loaded. While internal cargo space is low when loaded with a full complement of passengers, the third row does remove and the center row folds flat to accommodate larger loads. Unfortunately, it has an Achilles heel in the 5.4L V8 engine. It delivers power and then some for a vehicle of its size, but at random times, a spark plug will depart the engine head, strip the few threads, and dispatch it at speed through the coil pack and... (more)
Story
There's nothing like loading up the Expedition for an expedition to the lake! Our family can really get to singing and enjoying the trip when we're cruising down the highway with the windows open and a warm breeze on our faces.
Pros
Large enough for a large family. Powerful and effective at towing. Decent features, including a separate rear air conditioning system and rear controls for the radio that provides limited access.
Cons
The spark plug problem with the 5.4L V8. Limited cargo space when fully occupied.

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