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How Much Can the 2019 Ford Expedition Haul?By Product Expert | Posted in Ford Expedition on Sunday, March 10th, 2019 at 8:00 am
2019 Ford Expedition Towing and Cargo Capacity
Your active lifestyle demands hefty hauling capabilities. Unfortunately, many full-size SUVs skimp on capability, leaving you with a daily driver that’s good for the everyday commute but not much else. The 2019 Ford Expedition fills that gap between convenience and adventure by providing pickup-like towing abilities not available on many other passenger vehicles. Learn more about the remarkable hauling capabilities of the 2019 Ford Expedition with this towing and cargo capacity overview
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Standard Towing Capacity
|2019 Expedition||6,600 lbs.||6,500 lbs.|
|2019 Expedition MAX||6,600 lbs.||6,500 lbs.|
Towing Capacity with Heavy-Duty Trailer Towing Package
|2019 Expedition||9,300 lbs.||9,200 lbs.|
|2019 Expedition MAX||9,000 lbs.||9,000 lbs.|
Of the four possible configurations, the two-wheel drive 2019 Ford Expedition yields the highest return in terms of towing capability. With the standard package, this model returns a towing capacity of 6,600 lbs. Equipped with the optional Heavy-Duty Trailer Towing Package, this model gets boosted to a towing capacity of 9,300 lbs. The 2019 Ford Expedition MAX gets an extended passenger and cargo space but comes a few hundred pounds behind in maximum towing capacity when equipped with the Heavy-Duty Trailer Towing Package.
The Heavy-Duty Trailer Towing Package is the secret behind the Expedition’s staggering towing potential. With the bundle, the Expedition gets suited with a series of features specifically designed to maximize towing potential, including a heavy-duty engine radiator, an integrated trailer brake controller and a 3.73 electronic limited-slip differential.
On top of its excellent towing abilities, the 2019 Ford Expedition offers an incredibly capacious rear cargo space. The 2019 Expedition lineup features 19.3 cubic feet of cargo space behind the rear seats, 57.5 cubic feet with the rear seats folded and 104.6 cubic feet with the second-row and rear seats folded. Upgrading to the 2019 Expedition MAX lineup will score you 34.3 cubic feet behind the rear seats, 73.3 cubic feet with the rear seats folded and 121.5 cubic feet with the second-row and rear seats folded. The Expedition even features an optional cargo shelf so you can tailor your cargo space to your ever-changing needs.