2018 Ford Expedition Fuel Economy
With its spacious and comfortable interior and a multitude of advanced multimedia and connectivity features, the 2018 Ford Expedition is a great vehicle for those long trips with family and friends. While full-size SUVs are not typically known for their efficiency, the new Expedition defies convention with its best-in-class fuel economy ratings.
The 2018 Expedition is offered in either 4×2 or 4×4 models. The 4×2 version gets an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 17 city/24 hwy/20 combined mpg, while the 4×4 version gets 17 city/22 hwy/19 combined mpg. While all of the Expedition’s full-size SUV competitors have a combined fuel economy in the teens (e.g. 15 combined mpg for the Toyota Sequioa), the Expedition 4×2 is the only vehicle in its segment to get at least 20 combined mpg. The 2018 Expedition’s high fuel economy can be credited to its lightweight and efficient 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine, which delivers impressive power with an output of 375-hp and 470 lb-ft of torque, as well as its smooth and efficient 10-speed automatic transmission.
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Capabilities of 2018 Ford Expedition
Whether you’re pulling a camping trailer or you’re taking a boat to a nearby lake, you can tow with confidence with the 2018 Expedition, which can tow up to 9,300 pounds. Also, with the available Integrated Brake Controller and Pro Trailer Backup Assist, you can tow like a pro. If you’re looking for some off-road adventure or you frequently encounter challenging weather conditions, the 2018 Expedition has your back. With the Terrain Management System, you have access to seven different modes that adjust the driving characteristics for different terrains, while Hill Start Assist/Descent Control helps you tackle sharp inclines and descents with ease. Also, the 360-Degree Camera enables you to have a clear view of all of your surroundings.