The predominant and most comfortable 2012 Ford Expedition SUV is definitely a vehicle for all purposes. This is a sport utility vehicle that is perfect for anyone, from the large family to the single person who enjoys being the driver to the individual with several dogs! The exterior design of the 2012 Expedition is a lot like its predecessor, with only a few subtle changes. The 2012 Expedition delivers 14 mpg in the city and 20 mpg on the highway, which is quite appealing for an SUV of its size, but will still put a dent in the pocketbook. Similarly, its 4WD option gets 13 mpg city and 18 mpg on highway.
The 2012 Ford Expedition SUV is powered by a 5.4-liter V8 powerful engine that is paired up with a six-speed automatic transmission. This delivers 310 horsepower and 365 pound-feet of torque, allowing it to accelerate zero to 60 mph in 8.9 seconds. When properly equipped, the Expedition can tow 9,200 pounds.
Its distinct features provide a very comfortable drive on all type of terrain, making it a viable player in its segment. It is the four-wheel independent suspension that ensures that passengers in all three rows enjoy a smooth ride. The Expedition 2012 has some vigilant upgrades, which include state of art Sync technology, installed in every SUV as standard or optional equipment. The Ford Sync technology allows you to control the many devices in your SUV, adding comfort and maintaining safety at all times.
Safety comes first, as new Ford Expedition SUV 2012 is exclusively loaded with all the possible features. These include the Advanced Trac with RSC and Trailer Sway Control, side curtain and standard sized air bags, and also the ability to control the speed limit up to 80mph, and set the volume and all other alerts in contrast with their relevant chimes. Other standard safety features include child seat anchors, rear door safety locks, dusk sensing headlamps, engine immobilizer, electronic brakeforce distribution, tire pressure monitoring, post-collision safety system and airbags in all three rows.
The 2012 Expeditions sitting on a regular wheelbase that offer 18.7 cubic feet of space behind the third row seats, and this space extends the second row to 55 cubic feet, with the third row seats folded down, and 108 cubic feet behind the first row. Opting for the extended wheelbase enriches those numbers to 42.5 cubic feet behind the third row, 130.8 cubic feet behind the first row and 85.6 behind the second row, with the third seat laid to rest.