2015 Ford Expedition Values

Select a 2015 Ford Expedition trim level

2015 model year changes

The Expedition gets a significant refresh for 2015. A new Ecoboost V6 engine powers the Expedition this year, improving power and fuel economy for the large SUV. Electronic power steering has replaced the old hydraulic unit, promising better reliability and more efficient operation. A continuously variable dampening system that allows the Expedition's shocks to be firmed up or softened at the push of a button is also offered for 2015. Meanwhile, the exterior of the Expedition gets a new grill and front fascia, giving the front of the vehicle a sharper and more modern look.

Competitive comparison

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

Special features for 2015

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.
With the eight-passenger interior and third-row, the Ford Expedition is able to transport a large family or can drop the back seats down to add cargo space. It also can haul over 9,000 pounds, ideal for those weekend fishing trips or outings to take the ATVs for a spin. The Expedition comes in three trims: XLT, Limited and King Ranch. (Note that only fleet buyers can get the XL models). The second row can be subbed out for captain’s chairs, at the loss of seating space, of course. With the standard base model, you’ll get: power accessories, heated mirrors, parking sensors, remote start/entry, Sync GPS voice command system with Bluetooth, and a six-speaker stereo system with CD player. Upgraded trims will get you things like larger 18” alloy wheels (in place of the standard 17” steel wheels), powered front seats, two-zone climate control (automatic), household power outlets (110-volt), and other things like a heavy-duty towing package, heated second row seating, sunroof, touchscreen panel (6.5”), leather upholstery, wood trim, and plenty of other cushy add-on options. The Expedition comes with a robust 5.4-liter V8 engine that churns out 310 horsepower and 365 pound-feet of torque with 15 mpg combined. The limited and standard 36-month/36,000-mile warranty offered by Ford can be extended to a longer term.