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6.4  Sec.
0-60 MPH
19.3-104.6  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New For the 2020 Ford Expedition?

In 2020, the Ford Expedition mostly gets changes to its interior. Some changes are standard across the lineup, while others affect the Expedition on a trim-specific basis. This year, drivers will be delighted to know that Ford's exclusive Co-Pilot360 package of driver-assist safety tools is included on all trim levels. This forward-thinking safety package joins a notable list of previously-standard passive safety technology. Furthermore, you'll find some trim-specific differences for the 2020 model year, too.

For starters, the King Ranch trim is now offered in multiple body styles, which are a regular body cab and a Max body style. Additionally, some trims get aesthetic changes for the latest model year. The XLT models can now be ordered with a Black Accent Package that includes special edition wheels, a unique exterior trim, and an all-black color scheme for the trim's body. Inside, you'll find an exceptionally spacious interior on all trim levels. Furthermore, even the base engine provides plenty of power. Comfortable front seats are a highlight of the latest Ford Expedition, too. In comparison to competitors, the 2020 Expedition also has an increased towing capacity.

2020 Ford Expedition Interior

Which Features are Available for 2020?

There are four trim levels available for the 2020 Ford Expedition. They start with the entry-level trim called the XLT. Successive trims include the Limited, the King Ranch, and the Platinum. All trims levels are available in one of two body styles, which are either the standard length or the Max, which is an extended truck bed design. The XLT comes with a number of impressive standard safety features. It gets a seating capacity for eight occupants across three rows of seats.

This trim is also equipped with an eight-inch infotainment display screen. It is available with several packages, including the FX4 that adds more off-road capabilities, the Black Accent appearance package with aesthetic details, and a heavy-duty trailering package that makes it easier to haul your weekend toys around. The Limited upgrades to larger 20-inch wheels, leather seats, and a 12-speaker sound system. The Platinum adds a more powerful base engine, custom interior wood trim, trim-exclusive leather seats, and power-folding seats in the second and third rows.

Featuring Great Performance

2020 Ford ExpeditionThere are two engines available with the 2020 Ford Expedition. The base engine, which is standard on the first three trims, is a twin-turbo engine with impressive power and acceleration. This 3.5L engine, which has six cylinders, produces a maximum of 375 HP and 470 LB-FT of torque. The second engine, which is standard on the Platinum, produces more power at 400 HP. Its torque production also increases to 480 LB-FT. The same transmission is standard across the board, which is an automatic with 10 speeds. Rear-wheel drive is the standard drivetrain on all four trim levels, while four-wheel drive is available.

2020 Ford Expedition Safety Features

2020 Ford ExpeditionThere is plenty of standard safety technology to enjoy on the 2020 Expedition, regardless of the trim level you choose. This year, all trims come equipped with the Ford Co-Pilot360 safety package that includes adaptive cruise control with automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, pre-collision warning, and pedestrian detection. Seat belts and airbags are standard as well.

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