Even recently after it debuted and despite the arrival of newer and stronger competition, the 2020 Ford Expedition still has the most spacious third-row seat bench on the market, offering 36.1 inches of legroom, and that more than what could be found in the back of most compact sedans. Pair that with excellent headroom and solid shoulder space, and the 2020 Ford Expedition’s last row really could play host to a couple of adults on a short trip. The auto industry is very competitive, with every brand trying to knock out its rivals. Rather than creating chaos so causing a beef among themselves, these companies launch newer, smarter, more dynamic products.
The 2020 Ford Expedition won’t be redesigned in the next few years, so the next update will be a facelift that’s likely to riff on the current model’s exterior.
The 2020 Ford Expedition neatly merges the F-150’s chiseled styling, it shares its basic platform and aluminum construction with the popular pickup design with a smoother line of Ford’s crossover range. In profile, crossover lines dominate the aluminum body, with a standard beltline and none of the bevels found around the F-150’s greenhouse.
The interior design feels particularly outdated, especially with a reinvented F-150 hitting the market. The steering wheel design, switchgear, and the overall layout of the controls on the dash are absolutely a last-generation Ford, while the collection of plastics features shapes that look strong but also deeply uninteresting.
The 2020 Ford Expedition complements its Sync 3 informative suite with available 4G LTE Wi-Fi connectivity and two USB-A slots per row. The Expedition has a sufficient safety suite for a vehicle that debuted back in 2018, but Ford’s decision to limit helpful features to an option pack on this XLT model is so disappointing.
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