"I love my car. I do not want to go look at another car.
It has such a comfort for carrying all the people we ever have who visit us, who we travel to-and-with, and for fitting our now 72 pd dog. I sat in 11 cars that sat 7-8 passengers when I was 8 months pregnant and this car was THE one with the best 3rd row leg room, seat room and over all best build out interior. I am practical, but wanted comfort--its 3rd row automatic fold-up/down rocks. I'll be a fan of this car for a long, long time!! Go Ford :)"
Pros: "great easy to drive, 4x4 is good to and towing"
Cons: "a real pig for gas"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"Great to tow with and just drive, really like it when we have ice on the roads, all wheel drive really works great on ice and snow. Hate the tire sensors when its cold always light comes on till it warms up. Rear AC blend dorr is acting up but we don't use the rear air any way. Only has 65,ooo miles on it so we will keep it till we die as it is a second vehicle. Purchased it with 21,000 miles on it in 2008 with all options eddie bauer All wheel drive for $12,000 Cash, great deal as dealer was going out of business so it was worth $20K. Just remember it really sucks gas like 13 mpg when towing and maybe 17 when driving highway, 14 city?. My 17 year old likes it so when he gets his license next year he can drive it to. Sure hope he respects it so it will last."
"Mine is a 2006 Limited and we've owned it 3 years.
Good stuff first: Great room and comfort for my family with two young kids. The 2nd row bucket seats recline enough for the booster and child seats to sleep safely and comfortably...except for a little head bouncing on rough roads due to the truck frame. The electric split 3rd row is convenient to use for storage of large items like wagons, strollers, etc. It handles like a car and you feel safe like driving a truck. Versatile cup holders and storage abound. Roof mounted DVD is great for trips w/kids.
Bad stuff: We bought it used on craigslist with 80k miles at 2k below blue book in 2009. Since then we have put almost 50k miles on it, but spent over $4k in repairs and maintenance (Tires, 120k replacements). Despite routine maintenance, we have had to replace/repair the following items since owning it:
Spark plugs (dealer broke off 7/8 tips so cost is higher on 3-valve engine)
Fuel pump computer and pump
Front axle seals
Flywheel, starter, and related transmission seal
CV joint seals
Master switch for electric windows
Valve spring in engine
It's also rusting near the handle on the tailgate and paint is coming of alloy wheels
Power rear-view windows stopped working
We have taken care of all these issue and still enjoy it."
"I was hesitant to get a Ford Expedition after reading some not so great Ford reviews. But after buying this suv last year I couldn't be happier. Here's the pros & cons.
1. Handles GREAT in the snow, rain, & anything else from above.
2. Handles GREAT in the mountains, & smooth on the road.
3. Reliable- have had for over a year & not 1 mechanical problem to speak of. For this 7 year old suv, that's saying something.
4. Eddie Bauer edition rocks!! Great upgrade package highly recommended. Just wish it had heated seats.
5. Super comfortable for EVERYONE. 3rd row seating is much better than my families Navigator. 2nd row is just as comfy as the front.
1. I'm not going to say gas mileage because that's expected!! But I will say that outside noise/wind can be a nuisance from a window.
2. Electrical can be an issue. Sometimes it takes more than a minute for interior lights to go off. The rear hatch light will sometimes come on randomly, but you can reset the light system & it goes away. This isn't a big issue to me because my Audi has bigger electrical issues, and my past GMC had some too. Really not a big issue at all, fixes with the touch of a button.
So that's it. Bottomline, I would buy it again & recommend to a friend. Best used car purchase ever."