The Ford Expedition is a full-size SUV based on the frame of the Ford F-150. It was first introduced in 1997 as a successor to the Ford Bronco, and is now in its fourth generation in the Ford family. It ranks among the more popular, and more expensive, large SUVs in the US market.
The latest generation of the Ford Expedition offers 8 passenger seating, up to 9,300lbs towing capacity, and 375 horsepower in a 3.5-liter turbocharged V6 engine with 10-speed automatic transmission. It is lighter than previous generations and is equipped with independent rear suspension, aiming to improve its handling and fuel efficiency without sacrificing the space and power that buyers want in their large SUV.
Despite its robust statistics, the Expedition has generated many complaints and recalls, particularly since its 2018 redesign. The 2018 Expedition was included in two separate recalls related to rollaway concerns that affected approximately 350,000 trucks and SUVs. One related to a defective gearshift cable that could cause the vehicle to be in a different gear to that selected, while the second was for a missing roll pin that could prevent the vehicle from being locked in park. Both could result in the shifter incorrectly displaying that the vehicle is in park (2018.) In addition, the “Transmission Not In Park” warning system is part of a recall for the 2019 Expedition. 2018, 2019 and 2020 year models are also subject to multiple recalls related to defects in the seating, headrests and seatbelts.
If you are experiencing problems with your Ford Expedition, our experienced team may be able to help you get repairs, a refund, replacement vehicle, or compensation. Contact us by phone or via our website to find out what you may be entitled to under law.
Recent model year Expedition are experiencing the following defects:
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