2022 Ford Expedition for Sale in Wilbraham, MA

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Overview

While utility vehicles are all the rage, there aren’t that many options for those who want a bona fide full-sized SUV. To stay ahead of the competition, Ford bestowed the 2022 Expedition with some key updates. Among those changes for the better are larger touchscreens, including a 15.5-inch version, addition of the hands-free BlueCruise driving system, general sprucing up inside and out, and some new equipment packages.

The debut of the Timberline trim creates another exciting option for those who want extra off-road capability, and the upgraded EcoBoost V6 engines rival the power of the V8s with unexpected efficiency. Of course, every Expedition supplies generous space for passengers and their belongings. Buyers can choose from the XL with five-passenger seating and an extended cargo area, or the seven- or eight-seat capacity of the other versions. The Expedition can handle up to 121.5 cubic feet of goods (with the back rows folded).

Trims and Powertrains

“There’s an Expedition for Everyone” is how Ford explains the broad range of choices for its largest SUV. There are six trims: XL STX, XLT, Limited, Timberline, King Ranch, and Platinum. All versions (except the XL and Timberline) are available in Max form, adding 11.9 inches of body length for additional cargo space. Max versions also get a larger gas tank, with a 30-gallon capacity versus the standard Expedition’s 25-gallon limit. A twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V6 making 380 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque (with 87 octane gas) is the standard powerplant for XL and XLT. The same engine makes 400 horsepower and 480 lb.-ft. of torque with the Limited, King Ranch, and Platinum using 93 octane fuel. A high-output EcoBoost engine that makes 440 horsepower and 510 lb.-ft. of torque comes on the Timberline and is optional for the Limited.

A ten-speed automatic transmission controls the standard rear-wheel drive or the optional four-wheel drive (the Timberline gets standard 4WD). The fuel economy varies based on the powertrain and body style (regular or Max); around-town mileage ranges from 15 to 17 mpg, while highway fuel economy runs from 16 to 23 mpg. The 2022 Expedition can tow as much as 9,300 pounds, depending on the configuration, making it ideal for something like a large travel trailer or boat.

Standard Features and Major Options

Starting the Expedition range is the XL STX, which gets a five-passenger seating configuration, with two rows and a large cargo area. Its standard equipment includes remote start, running boards, tri-zone automatic climate control, an eight-way power driver’s seat, keyless entry, push-button start, automatic LED headlights, fog lights, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, 18-inch wheels, and a trailer tow package. This base trim also has rear parking sensors, fabric upholstery, heated power side mirrors, rear privacy glass, side roof rails, and a 40/20/40-split folding second row. The XLT adds a 60/40-split power-folding third-row, elevating the Expedition to an eight-passenger capacity. The XLT’s options include an a la carte power moonroof and the XLT High Package (leatherette upholstery, second-row captain’s chairs, a heated steering wheel, and infotainment upgrades).

The Limited takes things upscale with the Panoramic Vista Roof, leather upholstery, power-folding heated second-row captain’s chairs, heated and ventilated front seats, 20-inch wheels, a power liftgate, and power-folding side mirrors. An eight-way power front passenger seat, front parking sensors, rain-sensing windshield wipers, and additional infotainment features (covered below) also come with the Limited. Eight-passenger seating is available when the second-row bench seat is opted back in. The Limited High Package will add power running boards, 22-inch aluminum wheels, and other upgrades, while the Limited Stealth Package consists of a sport-tuned suspension, black exterior accents, 22-inch black-finish wheels, and enhanced safety technology features. The Limited Stealth Performance Package includes this equipment plus the high-output EcoBoost V6 and a dual exhaust system.

It’s easy to pick out the Timberline from the other Expeditions in the lineup, thanks to its tangerine-colored accents, 18-inch black wheels, and overall more rugged look. As the most trail-capable Expedition ever, it’s ready for off-road adventures with specially tuned shocks, an electronic limited-slip differential, and a heavy-duty radiator. As mentioned, it gets the most robust engine, a 440-horsepower EcoBoost V6. This specialized trim also gets unique upholstery, a heated leather-wrapped steering wheel, power-adjustable pedals with memory, a ten-way power driver’s seat, an eight-way power front passenger seat, and power-folding second- and third-row seats.

The King Ranch receives unique exterior treatments, a panoramic moonroof, power running boards, 22-inch wheels, trim-specific leather seats, and power-folding second-row captain’s chairs. At the top of the line, the Platinum comes with special leather upholstery, wood interior trim, massaging front seats with heat and ventilation, and an active noise cancellation system for serene road trips.

Advanced Driver Aids and Safety Technology

Every 2022 Expedition comes with Ford Co-Pilot360, a collection of advanced driver aids including forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, lane-keeping assist, blind-spot monitoring with cross-traffic alert, cruise control, and automatic high beams. Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist+ is optional for the XLT and standard on the higher trims; it comes with adaptive cruise control with Stop-and-Go, lane centering assist, evasive steering, blind-spot assist, and front parking sensors. A surround-view monitor is available on the Limited and included with the Timberline and above. The Expedition has a semi-automatic parking assist system—it’s optional on the Limited and Timberline and standard with the King Ranch and Platinum. BlueCruise semi-autonomous driving technology is included with and exclusive to the Platinum. This feature encompasses adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go, speed sign recognition, and automatic lane centering and works on approximately 130,000 miles of North American highways. A camera monitors the driver’s attentiveness to the road ahead.

Infotainment and Connectivity

One of the aspects of this Expedition refresh is the increased size of the infotainment touchscreens: the standard one is 12 inches and there’s an available 15.5-inch upgrade. The other features of Ford’s SYNC4 system are wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a six-speaker sound system, access to a Wi-Fi hotspot and remote connected services (including navigation), and multimedia USB ports. The XLT adds SiriusXM satellite radio and additional USB ports. Built-in navigation is optional on the XLT and Timberline and standard on the Limited and above.

One of the aspects of this Expedition refresh is the increased size of the infotainment touchscreens: the standard one is 12 inches and there’s an available 15.5-inch upgrade. The other features of Ford’s SYNC4 system are wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a six-speaker sound system, access to a Wi-Fi hotspot and remote connected services (including navigation), and multimedia USB ports. The XLT adds SiriusXM satellite radio and additional USB ports. Built-in navigation is optional on the XLT and Timberline and standard on the Limited and above.

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