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$33,951
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$36,205
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There's no shortage of tech goodies in the 2011 Ford Expedition.
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EL Expeditions have an additional 24 cubic feet of cargo space behind the third row, including a highly functional cargo divider/storage shelf that folds into the floor.
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The tri-zone HVAC kept each area of the vehicle comfortable
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Opting for the nav system also gets you Sirius Travel Link, which provides traffic conditions, weather forecasts, sports scores, movie listings and local fuel prices.
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A useful option is an automatic rear load-leveling air-suspension system.
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The 2011 Expedition is available in XL, XLT, Limited, and King Ranch trim levels, and each of these is offered as a stretched EL version. Ford's SYNC voice-activated hands-free communications and entertainment system is a standard feature on XLT, Limited, and King Ranch trim levels. The pick of the bunch is the King Ranch edition, which offers a special trim and a unique leather interior. The only letdown across most of the model line is the cheap plastic panel that covers the top of the dash.

The Expedition might share a lot with the F-150 pickup, but it's no utilitarian workhorse. Making life easier is a generous equipment list that includes an optional DVD-based navigation with a 6.5-inch color touchscreen and voice activation, as well as a 340-watt AM/FM stereo with MP3 playback, six speakers, a subwoofer, and a standard iPod jack. A keyless entry keypad, heated power mirrors, air conditioning, an electrochromic rearview mirror, illuminated visors, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel are all standard across the Expedition range.

Also available is Ford's MyKey system, which allows parents to program a speed limiter, speed alert chimes, and additional belt reminders. A voice-activated navigation system with Sirius Travel Link is also offered, providing access to up-to-the-minute information and entertainment content such as traffic and weather updates; and the new SYNC Traffic, Directions & Information system allows even those without the nav system to use a Bluetooth-compatible phone to get directions.

Conclusion

There's no shortage of tech goodies in the 2011 Ford Expedition.

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