2014 ford expedition

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2014 Ford Expedition

Retail Price

$41,975 - $56,205MSRP / Window Sticker Price

Engine5.4L V-8
MPG14 City / 20 Hwy
Seating8 Passengers
Transmission6-spd auto w/OD
Power310 @ 5100 rpm
Drivetrainrear-wheel
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Cargo (Std/Max):

19/108 cu.ft.

Ford Expedition Expert Review

Erick Ayapana

Pros

  • Roomy interior
  • Rear load-leveling suspension
  • Power folding third-row seat

Cons

  • Dating styling
  • Only one engine choice
  • Choppy ride
  • Dodge Durango
  • Chevrolet Suburban
  • Toyota Sequoia

With an overall length of up to 221.3 inches, the 2014 Ford Expedition is one of the largest and roomiest full-size SUVs on the market. A normal-wheelbase model is also available with an overall length of 206.5 inches. Still, both variants seat up to eight passengers and is powered by a relatively strong eight-cylinder engine.

Specifically, the lone powertrain choice for the 2014 Expedition is a 5.4-liter V-8 that makes 310 hp and 365 lb-ft of torque and is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. Rear or four-wheel drive is available. That said, the Expedition is capable of towing up to 9200 pounds in rear-drive, normal wheelbase form (8700 pounds for the four-wheel drive long-wheelbase model). The Expedition rides on fully independent suspension, but its truck-like body-on-frame construction may still result in a chopper highway ride compared to car-based crossovers and SUVs.

The 2014 Expedition is available in three trim levels, with the XLT serving as the base model. Standard features on the XLT include a backup sensor, 18-inch wheels, and SYNC. Opting for the Limited model adds a long list of amenities including leather seats (with heated and cooled front seats, a power liftgate, rearview camera, dual-climate control, and running boards. The King Ranch model adds a number of cosmetic upgrades including two-tone exterior point, special leather tones, and power-adjustable driver and passenger seats. A moonroof and navigation system are optional on all models.

New for 2014 is a new optional mechanical rear load-leveling suspension system, which replaces the outgoing air-operated system.

Key Competitors

Sours: https://www.motortrend.com/cars/ford/expedition/2014/
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Exterior

The body of the Expedition remains completely unchanged from last year. The 2014 Expedition remains one of the few SUVs on the market that still has that truck-with-a-cap look. It’s square face and boxy body scream "1995," but it is now almost a refreshing contrast to the lifted sedans that make up the SUV realm today.

Sure, the Expedition’s boxy body makes it hard to see over the hood, nearly impossible to back up, and a potential disaster for anyone under 6 feet tall walking behind it, but it’s an SUV dammit [snort snort].

To make the Expedition lineup even more gargantuan than it already is, Ford also offers up an EL (Extended Length) model that jumps its total length from 206.5 inches to a hulking 221.3 inches. To help support that extra length, the wheelbase also grows from 119 inches to 131 inches. This extra length nets the cabin a cool 130.8 cubic feet of max cargo space — a nice 22.5-cubic-feet expansion over the base model.

Overall, the Expedition is big and a little long in the tooth, but for traditional SUV buyers, it is exactly what they’re looking for.

2014 Ford Expedition — Standard Exterior Features

  • Flip-up liftgate glass
  • Body-color bumpers and front-lower fascia
  • Chrome exhaust tip
  • Chrome grille
  • Chrome door handles
  • Fog lights
  • Black running boards
  • 18-inch machined aluminum rims

Exterior Dimensions

Interior

Much like the exterior, the interior of the 2014 Expedition is nearly identical to the 2013 model. This isn’t a bad thing either, as Ford has done a great job at refining its interiors as of late, and the Expedition is no exception. This is especially true when you start checking off the option boxes and adding things like leather interior, PowerFold third-row seating and voice-controlled navi with SYNC.

The cabin, of course, includes just the basics as standard, like cloth seats, power accessories and an AM/FM/CD sound system. But where the Expedition really flexes its muscles is in hauling your junk... With all three rows of seats in their upright position, the Expedition hauls 18.6 cubic feet of stuff and the EL goes up to 42.6 cubic feet. With the third row folded, these number jump to 55 cubic feet in the standard model and 85.5 cubic feet in the EL model. Folding all three rows gives the Expedition up to 108.3 cubic feet in the standard model and a cavernous 130.8 cubic feet in the EL model. Sure, in its base setup, the Chevy Tahoe beats it out in capacity all the way around, but the EL model is simply too much for the Tahoe. Even the Tahoe’s big brother, the 2014 Suburban, can’t touch the Expedition EL.

2014 Ford Expedition — Standard Interior Features

  • Nine cupholders
  • Power locks and windows
  • Power-adjustable foot pedals
  • Auto-dimming rearview mirror
  • Reverse Sensing System
  • Four 12-volt power points
  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls
  • Universal garage door opener
  • AM/FM/CD/MP3 audio system with input jack and SiriusXM radio
  • SYNC with AppLink
  • Split second- (40/20/40) and third-row (60/40) seating

Interior Dimensions

Drivetrain, Suspension and Brakes

Under its hood, the Expedition is same ol’-same ol’ with its 5.4-liter V-8 powerplant. This engine delivers 310 horsepower and 365 pound-feet of torque at 5,100 and 3,600 rpm, respectively. The old Windsor 5.4 was, at one time, a leader in its class in ponies, but it now finds itself pulling up the rear with the GM SUVs using a 320-horsepower, 5.3-liter engine and the 2014 Toyota Sequoia packing a 5.7-liter, V-8 engine with 381 horsepower and 401 pound-feet of torque.

The 5.4-liter engine pushes power through a six-speed automatic transmission and a 3.31-to-1 axle ratio on its way to the rear wheels as the standard setup. The EL gets a 3.73 rear end, which buyers can also opt for on the base model.

Now, we all know that horsepower is awesome, but torque, an effective driveline and a sturdy chassis all mean something too, especially in SUVs. This is exactly why the Expedition’s 9,200-pound maximum towing capacity easily trumps the Sequoia’s 7,400-pound max capacity and nudges the Tahoe’s 8,500-pound capacity to the side. The Ford’s standard trailer-sway control and available integrated trailer brake all help it out too.

Drivetrain Specifications

Suspension Specifications

Brake Specifications

Pricing

Competition

2014 Toyota Sequoia

The Toyota Sequoia essentially carries over from last year, but with 381 horsepower and 401 pound-feet of torque in tow, it clearly out-muscles the Expedition. Sure, its towing rating is significantly lower, but would you prefer to haul 9,200 pounds with only 310 horsepower or 7,400 pounds with 381 horsepower? Of course, you have to consider that the Sequoia does check in at a base price over $43k.

2014 Chevrolet Tahoe

The 2014 model year was supposed to be the year for the redesigned Tahoe, but that was pushed back a year. What we get from the Tahoe is a lot of the same we have seen for many years. Like the Expedition, it is one of only a handful of traditional SUVs remaining on the market and tows about 8,500 pounds. Additionally, it packs 10 more horsepower than the Expedition and is priced about the same as its Ford rival.

Conclusion

The Expedition has certainly lost its luster since it replaced the Bronco, but it still has a loyal group of buyers, and that is likely Ford’s reasoning for carrying its design for so long with no changes. The weak 5.4-liter engine is a glaring sore spot on this big Ford, and it really huffs and puffs when towing near its maximum capacity. Ford definitely needs to consider some other engine options to keep up with the competition, because Toyota is a stronger transmission and chassis away from breaking the 10,000-pound towing mark with that beastly V-8, and the 2015 GMC Yukon is shaping up to crest the 400-horsepower mark.

Your move, Ford...

  • Love it

    • Classic SUV styling
    • Big-boy towing capacity
    • King Rang trim level is nothing short of stunning
  • Leave it

    • Can the fuel economy get much worse?
    • It may be able to tow over 9,000 pounds, but you may choose not to with that engine
    • In 2015, it will be overtaken by the Yukon’s 420-horsepower V-8
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Sours: https://www.consumerreports.org/cars/ford/expedition/2014/overview/

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