2015 Ford Expedition EcoBoost: Giant SUV Gets Smaller Engine, Gallery 1


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Ford recalls: Ford F-150, Explorer, Mustang, Expedition, Fusion, Taurus, Lincoln Navigator, more

Ford Motor Company issued five recalls today, with most affected vehicles being Ford-model trucks and SUVs. Combined, the recalls affect roughly 285,000 vehicles in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. If you believe that you own one of the vehicles listed below, we encourage you to call Ford Customer...Read More»

2015 Ford Expedition
2015 Ford Expedition Getting Turbo V-6 For Higher Power, MPG

Ford Motor Co. [NYSE: F] has announced that it will be ditching the V-8 in a refreshed 2015 Expedition lineup, and instead using its 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V-6 engine in its largest, body-on-frame sport-utility vehicle. The automaker says that the EcoBoost 3.5-liter produces more...Read More»

2012 Ford Expedition
Republicans Go Big And Thirsty, Democrats Go Small And Green

The differences between Republicans and Democrats extend beyond mere political ideology. When it comes to buying cars, party loyalists on both sides have distinctly different tastes, but their respective vehicle choices don’t always play to stereotypes. As the latest survey from Strategic...Read More»

2012 Ford Expedition
2012 Ford Expedition, 2012 Lincoln Navigator: Recall Alert

Ford is conducting a voluntary recall of certain 2012 model year Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator full-size SUVs over concerns about potentially improperly welded head restraint support brackets in the second row. A notice on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) site...Read More»

2012 Ford Focus Sedan and Hatchback
Driving Costs You More Now, AAA Says

If you've been wondering why your budget just can't keep up with your car expenses, don't blame it all on the price of gas. AAA's annual "Your Driving Costs" study has been released, and it may come as little surprise that the costs for operating a vehicle have increased. Overall, AAA says drivers...Read More»