NHTSA Gives 2018 Ford Expedition Lineup a Five-Star Safety Rating
The 2018 model year has been a monumental one for the all-new Ford Expedition lineup at Akins Ford near Atlanta, GA. That’s because the 2018 Expedition lineup has been fully reengineered to be more powerful, more capable, more efficient, and more advanced than any other Expedition that came before. It is now safer than any other Expedition that came before it, as well, as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has given the 2018 Ford Expedition lineup a five-star safety rating. So, let’s check out all the safety features and driver assistance systems that helped the 2018 Expedition lineup earn the top safety rating in the industry.
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How a New Body and a Suite of New Features Make the 2018 Ford Expedition Lineup at Akins Ford near Atlanta GA the Safest Expedition Lineup Ever
The 2018 Ford Expedition lineup boasts a wide array of advanced new safety and driver assistance features – a suite which includes class-exclusive enhanced active park assist technology, an enhanced and next generation 360-degree camera, optimized lane-keeping capabilities, a next generation adaptive cruise control system complete with new stop-and-go technology, updated collision avoidance detection technology, and next generation blind spot information capabilities. But adding new features isn’t the only way Ford has made the 2018 Expedition lineup safer than ever before. Ford also reengineered the body and frame of the all-new Expedition lineup to make it stronger and safer. This reengineering includes a newly strengthened fully boxed steel frame, a stronger than ever high-strength military-grade aluminum-alloy body, and next generation dual seat belt pyrotechnic pretensioners.
“As a father of four and longtime Expedition owner, safety was a top priority when engineering the entirely new Expedition. We are proud of the many features Expedition offers today that help keep our customers safe on the road.” – Andrew Kernahan, Ford Expedition Chief Program Engineer
For more on the 2018 Ford Expedition lineup or any of our other new Ford cars, trucks and SUVs, please contact our Akins Ford staff near Atlanta, GA.