With the increasing demand for SUVs in the Philippines, Ford Philippines gives you five reasons as to why the all-new Ford Expedition is a standout as a full-size SUV. The Blue Oval company debuted the Expedition last year at the Manila International Autoshow.
It’s the most powerful Expedition by far
Powering the all-new Expedition is a 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine that produces 375 hp at 5,000 RPM and 637 Nm torque at 3,500 RPM. All this power is sent to the wheels via a 10-speed SelectShift Automatic Transmission. This is a 10 hp bump from the previous model that only had 365 and a bump in torque by 68 Nm
It is more fuel-efficient than before
The Expedition gets a boost in its fuel economy via an auto start-stop system. This shuts off the engine while keeping the air conditioning and audio system on as well as the exterior lights.
It sports a bolder and more noticeable look
The all-new Expedition comes with a redesigned high strength, steel frame, and an all-new aluminum-alloy body. It also has new LED tail lamps that further accent its design.
It offers maximum comfort inside
The all-new Expedition now has a spacious cabin with room for up to eight passengers and their gears. It comes with power-folding seats that allow the second-row to tip and slide forward easily for third-row access. If you want a more sporty feel to your Expedition, a bucket seat option for the driver seat is also available.
It makes every drive more convenient
The Expedition comes with a collection of intuitive features – SYNC 3 with built-in navigation. It also has more options to charge devices with since every row has power outlets. Great for families that need to charge their mobile phones on long trips. The Expedition also features a panoramic vista roof, so more natural light can come in.
View More Articles
You only have until May 31 to avail any of these sweet deals.
The first 7-seater crossover in the Subaru lineup, the Evoltis gets captains’ seats and a plethora of tech features.
Perhaps, this could reduce drivers plying along highways with insufficient RFID loads.