2010 Ford Expedition EL Values
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2010 model year changes
The 2010 Ford Expedition has been upgraded as part of Ford's complete overhaul of its entire lineup. Key among the standard features on all 2010 trims is Trailer Sway Control, which is now combined with AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control for improved confidence while towing. A wide array of standard safety features enhances the Expedition's safety reputation. Three new colors are available for 2010: Tuxedo Black, Ingot Silver and Sterling Grey Metallic. Also new for 2010 is the availability of MyKey, a programmable vehicle key exclusive to Ford. It allows parents to program the vehicle so that when a minor is driving, top speeds are limited to 80 mph, an alarm rings at speeds of 45, 55 or 65 mph, the audio system goes mute until the safety belt is buckled, and volume can be limited to 44 percent of maximum volume. It can also activate a persistent Belt-Minder chime and a traction control system that limits tire spin and cannot be deactivated.
Smooth ride combined with interior comfort; towing capability of almost five tons; spacious third-row available; 5-star safety ratings
Special features for 2010
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. Its competition includes the Chevy Tahoe and Suburban. Fuel economy will vary depending on the trim, ranging from a low of 11 mpg in the city to a high of 20 mpg on the highway. All trims are capable of running E85 (85% ethanol, 15% gasoline), regular unleaded gasoline or any combination in-between. MSRP starts at $32,855.
With seating for up to eight passengers and a 131-in extended wheelbase, the 2010 Ford Expedition EL is a large SUV available with RWD or 4WD. A six-speed automatic transmission is connected to a 5.4L V8 which produces 310 hp. New standard equipment items for 2010 include Ford's MyKey system and Trailer Sway Control. Along with the sway control, a class III trailer hitch also comes as part of the standard equipment list.