2017 Ford Expedition Eau Claire WI

2017 Ford Expedition Eau Claire WI

Are you looking for a true SUV? One that is ready to go with you on life’s journey and bring all the people and cargo that you want to carry along with? Then what you need is a Ford Expedition. The latest 2017 model is an act of refinement. Technology has been updated. Entertainment has been augmented. And the impressive capability still remains the same. You can drive the 2017 Ford Expedition in Eau Claire, WI for yourself at Osseo Auto.

The Ford Expedition is one of the last true SUVs out there. Many SUVs and crossovers share a majority of their components and structure with sedans, but the Expedition is an SUV from the ground up just like it has been since its first inception. When you have a lot of people that you want to take with you, a lot of cargo to haul, or the need to do both at the same time, then you need a true SUV. The 2017 Expedition still lives up to its name and it is ready to take you places.

Cargo Capacity

The Ford Expedition can truly haul some cargo. The standard Expedition can house 108.3 cubic feet of cargo behind the third row in either 4x4 or 4x2 configurations and the Expedition EL can handle up to 130.8 cubic feet of cargo behind the first row also in both 4x4 and 4x2 configurations.



The 2017 Ford Expedition Limited, King Ranch, and Platinum trim features the latest SYNC 3 interface. SYNC 3 has been completely revamped from the previous Ford iterations. This infotainment interface is more responsive, more adaptive, and more intuitive. Stay connected with Ford SYNC 3 in your Expedition.


Towing Capacity

With the heavy-duty towing package, the Expedition is capable of towing up to 9,200 pounds. Combine that with room for 8 passengers in the cabin, and you can move a whole lot of people and cargo all at once. Without the heavy-duty towing package, the Expedition is still capable of towing 6,600 pounds.

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2017 Ford Expedition King Ranch interior and dash
2017 Ford Expedition SYNC 3 screen
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2017 Ford Expedition Trims and Extended Length

With four Expedition trim options, there is bound to be one that offers the right range of options in the right price range for you. All trim levels come with a standard 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine that generates 365 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque.

XLT Trim – Even though this is a base trim for the Expedition, it still comes loaded with features including the SYNC entertainment system, third row 60/40 folding rear seats, reverse sensing system, power adjustable pedals, leather wrapped steering wheel, rear view camera, and 18” machined aluminum wheels.

Limited Trim – The Limited trim has an impressive offering of features. Not only does it have the upgraded SYNC 3 infotainment system, but the front seats are heated, cooled, and wrapped in leather. The second row seats feature a 40/20/40 split fold and the third row has PowerFold capability. It also has the heavy-duty tow package, dual zone climate control, rain sensing wipers, 20” aluminum wheels, and many of the XLT features as well.

King Ranch Trim – Much like the King Ranch trim for the F-150, this trim level adds King Ranch accents throughout the cabin and exterior. The front seats are still heated and cooled, but now they are covered in Mesa Brown leather. The 20” aluminum wheels also feature Caribou-painted pockets.

Platinum Trim – This is the top of the line. All of the great features from the previous trims are also included here, along with 22” polished aluminum wheels and a power moonroof. At this level, you are getting a true luxury SUV.

Each of the available Expedition trims for 2017 also come in extended-length variants known as EL. The Expedition EL also includes a cargo management system that will help you load the SUV up with even more cargo. The EL adds more room between the rear seats for greater passenger comfort while also creating over 21 cubic feet of additional cargo capacity behind the first row.

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