2011 Ford Expedition Values

Select a 2011 Ford Expedition trim level

2011 model year changes

After a significant redesign in 2010, the Ford Expedition pushes into 2011 largely unchanged. The Eddie Bauer edition has been dropped. White Platinum exterior paint is new for 2011. A new Sport appearance package and air suspension and 20-inch wheels are now optional on the XLT. On the Limited and King Ranch, previously optional 20-inch wheels are now standard, as is an improved audio system.

Competitive comparison

Smooth ride and interior comfort; excellent towing capability; spacious third-row available; 5-star safety ratings

Special features for 2011

The Expedition is Ford's largest full-size SUV. It stands out for its combination of smooth ride and quiet interior comfort, with full-size-truck hauling ability. The Expedition's 9,200-pound tow capacity is the best in its class.
Arriving as either a XL, XLT, Limited or the luxury-oriented King Ranch trim level, the 2011 Ford Expedition packages a 310 horsepower 5.4 liter V-8. 2011 Expedition drivetrains could be selected to optimize the 9,200 pound towing capacity of the rear-wheel drive or furnish the on and off-road grip of four-wheel drive. All Expeditions include AdvanceTrac stability control with roll stability control as standard. Convenience features equipped in the 2011 Ford Expedition includes Easy Fuel Capless Fuel Filler, cruise control, Ford MyKey as well as front and rear climate control. Offering standard room for 8-passenger, 2011 Expedition XLT, Limited and King Ranch trim versions can sport an optional power fold-down third row seat. Available Ford SYNC system is given greater capabilities for 2011 as it shows combined voice-activated navigation, Sirius Travel and Travel Link. The enhanced electronic entertainment system also includes a 10-gigabyte hard drive to store travel information or music tracks.