Ford Expedition Ratings

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    2003 Ford Expedition - Eddie Bauer 5.4L (400B) 4x4

    Pros: the creature comforts

    Cons: fuel mileage ( 19 hwy)

    Advice: get the anti skid device ( requires 4 WD)

    I LOVE this vehicle the anti skid feature is excellent!

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    2004 Ford Expedition - XLT 5.4L (130A) 4x2

    Pros: Rear Airconditioning, 4 doors

    Cons: Rough ride over bumpy roads

    Advice: Purchase it you won't be sorry, but be sure you can afford the fuel

    I test drove several Expeditions and Chevy Blazers. Although, the Blazer was quicker on exceleration and cheaper on fuel, the Expedition is a very safe vehicle. I know several people involed in major accidents and the only reason they are alive is because of the safety of the Expedition. It is worth paying for the extra fuel to be safe and for the safety of your family.

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    2004 Ford Expedition - XLT 5.4L (130A) 4x2

    Pros: the message center

    Cons: kinda rough when going over bumps

    Advice: Great vehicle

    Was Great. Got to take it home for the weekend.

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    2004 Ford Expedition - Eddie Bauer 5.4L (400A) 4x4

    Pros: navigation system

    Cons: every things perfect!!!

    Advice: It has th right to be the #1 selling suv

    luv it paid the cost to be the boss

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    2003 Ford Expedition - Eddie Bauer 5.4L (400B) 4x4

    Pros: Power third row seats, spaciousness, running boards, overall capability, ALL seatbelts have shoulder belts

    Cons: Cheap pinstriping, gas mileage, horrible visibility out the back when dvd player is down (add after market, in the headrest type)

    Advice: It's a GREAT family car. Just do your commuting with one that uses less fuel, and take it easy on the gas pedal.

    I love the height, engine power, power third row seats, heated/cooled front seats, overall cavernous feel inside even loaded with tons of stuff. I like two different options for opening up the back of the car (ie. whole hatch or just the uppper window part). I had to drive on a decent amount of snow a couple of months back. It had no problems whatsoever getting right off the line while set in 4AWD mode. This is a great family car. This version is pretty luxurious for a Ford product, too. We only have 3000 miles on ours so far, so I can't say much about longevity at this point. Brake dust is pretty bad, but I just appreciate the braking ability compared to the Seqouia I test drove before purchasing this car.

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    2003 Ford Expedition - XLT 5.4L Popular (130B) 4x2

    Pros: third row seating room and how it goes flat.

    Cons: tire noise at lower speeds

    Advice: make sure you have the remain warranty and/or the blue oval certification

    Based on ~1400mi. round trip, we avg. 17.89mi/gal and the vehicle ran fine. We did have some minor difficulties. The gauge cluster went out (speed, tach, temp, press, fuel, batt)and the weather stripping around the front windshield came off. Cruise control and everything else was working.

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    2004 Ford Expedition - Eddie Bauer 5.4L (310A) 4x2

    Pros: 3rd row folding seat at a touch of a button

    Cons: engine noise on acceleration

    Advice: it's very expensive -- make sure you love it

    We test drove the Chevrolet Tahoe, Toyota Sequoia and Ford F-150. The Chevrolet Tahoe was by far the quietest and best driving car. The 3rd row seat in the Tahoe didn't have any well for your legs so your knees were up too high -- a very uncomfortable traveling position. If the Tahoe had a roomier 3rd row seat that folded into the floor at a press of a button, we would have bought it. The Sequoia's 3rd row seat was okay but the 2nd and 3rd row seats required that you use strapping of some sort to keep the seats from falling back after you raised them up. The Eddie Bauer was the roomiest and most comfortable. It has the most bells and whistles and is very quiet except upon acceleration. My husband fell in love with it.