2019 Ford Expedition Limited Atlanta GA

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With spacious seating for up to eight passengers, the Ford Expedition has won countless hearts by matching practicality with style and state-of-the-art-tech. Priced starting at $63,015, the Limited marks the spot in the lineup where the Expedition crosses over into luxury territory. See how Ford has crafted this model to create an unforgettable driving experience in this review of the 2019 Ford Expedition Limited’s design, comfort, technology and powertrain features at Akins Ford near Atlanta, GA.

When you’re looking at a Limited, you’ll know. The trim level stands out from the lineup with a collection of bright exterior accents in the grille, roof-rack side rails and power-deployable running boards, which automatically extend once a door is opened for easy entry and exit.

2019 Ford Expedition Interior Features and Power Ratings

Slipping behind the wheel, the Limited’s convenient driver memory feature repositions the seat, steering wheel and pedals to match your unique preferences by recalling saved position settings. Passengers in the front enjoy pure bliss in temperature with dual-zone climate control and heated and ventilated seats, while second-row passengers are treated to heated outboard seats.

The cockpit greets you with an assemblage of genuine materials with leather-trimmed seats and a top-hide leather-wrapped steering wheel with Dark Parchment Euro stitching. The standard B&O Sound System with HD Radio Technology finishes off the cabin as a treat to the senses. The audio system’s 14-channel amplifier pumps 1,100 watts of sound through the cabin’s 12 high-performance speakers.

Drivers are treated to a responsive driving experience with the Limited’s standard 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine matched with a 10-speed SelectShift automatic transmission. Offering up to 375 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque, the model brings a max. towing capacity of 9,300 lbs. with the optional Heavy-Duty Trailer Towing Package and 6,600 lbs. without.

With the standard two-wheel drive configuration, the Expedition scores EPA-estimated fuel efficiency ratings of 17 city / 24 highway / 20 combined mpg. With optional four-wheel drive, the model rates 17 city / 22 highway / 19 combined mpg.