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2012 Ford Expedition What's new for 2012? 
2012 Ford Expedition

Spotter mirrors are made standard on all trims, while second-row heated seats can now be ordered on the XLT Premium. Ford's Front Park Assist is standard on Limited and King Ranch trims.

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2011 Ford Expedition What's new for 2011? 
2011 Ford Expedition

For 2011, the Ford Expedition adds HD Radio and SIRIUS Travel Link to the optional navigation package.

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2010 Ford Expedition What's new for 2010? 
2010 Ford Expedition

For 2010, the Ford Expedition gains standard Trailer Sway Control and the programmable MyKey system.

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2009 Ford Expedition What's new for 2009? 
2009 Ford Expedition

The Ford Expedition's 5.4-liter V8 is now Flex-Fuel ready, meaning it can run on either E85 or pure gasoline. New standard equipment on all Expeditions includes heated second-row seats, rain-sensing wipers and an anti-theft perimeter alarm system.

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If you frequently venture over vast stretches of the country, you'll likely want to do it in a vehicle big enough to stretch out, move around and even stay in overnight if necessary. The 2014 Ford Expedition offers both a standard 119-inch and extended 131-inch-wheelbase models, both equally adept in towing and off-road adventuring. With room for up to eight people and a tow rating up to 9,200 pounds, the Expedition bests every other full-size SUV in its class. And with its numerous trims and long list of amenities, the Expedition is able to take on challengers from the most basic Chevrolet Tahoe to the most luxuriously equipped Nissan Armada or Toyota Sequoia.

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