17/23  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
6.4  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
8
Seats
19.3-104.6  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New For the 2020 Ford Expedition?

In 2020, the Ford Expedition gets some notable updates to make it even more appealing than ever. Now, all trim levels of the Expedition are equipped with more safety technology than before, which comes in the form of the Ford Co-Pilot360 package. This package of driver-assist safety aids includes helpful features such as lane-keep assist, automatic emergency braking, and forward-collision warning to help lower the risk of an accident.

While this change affects all trims of the 2020 Expedition, you'll find other changes that impact specific trims. Now, the King Ranch trim level is offered in two body styles, which are a regular length and a Max body style that adds additional length for more room inside and out. The XLT trims can get a new look this year if you select the Black Accent package that gives the wheels, exterior trim, and body a unique all-black finish.

Many of the Expedition's notable features carry over from the previous year, including an exceptionally spacious interior with generous amounts of cargo space and passenger space. The Expedition also gets plenty of power from a strong V6 engine. This engine also gives the Expedition impressive towing power that surpasses what its rivals offer.

2020 Ford Expedition Interior

2020 Ford Expedition is Impressive No Matter Which Trim You Choose

There are four trim levels available for the 2020 Ford Expedition. Along with the King Ranch, the other trims can be ordered in a regular-length and extended-length version, too. The XLT, which is the entry-level trim, comes standard with a seating capacity for eight. Its infotainment and technology amenities include an eight-inch infotainment display screen with smartphone pairing. This trim is equipped with Ford's Co-Pilot360 safety package along with other passive safety amenities. It rides on 18-inch wheels and gets other exterior features, including automatic headlights and a hands-free liftgate.

The second trim called the Limited, upgrades to slightly larger 20-inch wheels. Inside, it gets ambient interior lighting and a more powerful 12-speaker sound system. This trim gets leather seats as well. Along with a custom Black Accent package, the King Ranch offers custom leather seats with accent stitching and larger 22-inch wheels. The Platinum gets a satin and aluminum exterior and wood trim interior accents along with more standard safety technology.

How Well does the 2020 Expedition Perform?

2020 Ford ExpeditionThe 2020 Ford Expedition has two engines. The first is standard on the three lower trim levels, while the other powers the Platinum. The base engine is a 3.5L with six cylinders. It also has a twin-turbo charge for extra power. The base engine can produce 375 HP and 470 LB-FT of torque. The Platinum's engine produces 400 HP and approximately 480 LB-FT of torque. A 10-speed automatic transmission is standard. Rear-wheel drive is standard, while four-wheel drive is available.

2020 Ford Expedition has an Abundance of Safety Features

2020 Ford ExpeditionThis year, all trims get the Ford Co-Pilot360 safety package with pre-collision assist, automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and lane-keep assist. Automatic high beams add more safety on the outside. All trims also get standard seat belts and airbags. A backup camera is standard, and the upper-level trims have more available safety amenities for an even safer ride.

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