The 2006 Ford Expedition is a full-size SUV segment with a
combination of interior versatility and adaptability, driving
control, and, of course, safety. In two years in a row, it has
continuously won the Polk Automotive Loyalty Award in its own
Ford Motor Company first introduced the Ford Expedition in the
year 1996. It was introduced as a rival to the Chevrolet Tahoe
and GMC Yukon, which were full-size SUVs. The Ford Expedition
surely has evolved through the years and it was in the year 2003
when it received a major redesign that integrated an independent
rear suspension that even the 2006 Tahoe and Yukon avoided. The
2006 Ford Expedition is a capable truck, with decent power,
plenty of room, and includes lots of safety features.
Its features are leaders and milestone breakers in its class.
And these features include fold-flat-to-the-floor second- and
third-row seating, class-exclusive PowerFold™ third-row seat,
second-row CenterSlide™ section, heated and cooled front seats,
keyless entry pad, AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control™,
Safety Canopy™ system, reverse sensing system and
power-adjustable pedals. The 2006 Ford Expedition also has 110.5
cubic feet of cargo volume, which is the most hip room in all
three rows and most third-row legroom, making it the best offer
for the best-in-class interior space. Another highlight of this
vehicle is that it also offers independent rear suspension for
improved ride and handling which is the first for an SUV in its
class. For this vehicle, two new exterior colors are offered:
pewter clearcoat metallic, and dark copper clearcoat metallic. A
medium flint grey interior has also been added to this series.
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