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PowerFold third-row seat that folds flat with the touch of a button
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New standard features for 2010 include keypad keyless entry
For 2010, the Ford Expedition gains the programmable MyKey system.”
The 2010 Ford Expedition comes well equipped as standard, but there are also plenty of options to impress.
The standard equipment on the 2010 Ford Expedition is impressive, even in XLT trim. Edmunds reports that the "well-equipped XLT" offers "automatic headlights, running boards, a Class III trailer hitch, air-conditioning (with rear controls)," and "a six-speaker CD stereo with auxiliary input jack," along with "cruise control and full power accessories." For 2010, a few new additions have joined the list of standard features, including Ford’s programmable MyKey system.
Upgrading to the Eddie Bauer edition of the Ford Expedition 2010, ConsumerGuide finds that "dual-zone automatic climate controls, leather upholstery, 10-way power driver seat, six-way power passenger seat," and "Audiophile AM/FM radio w/in-dash six -disc CD/MP3 changer" are all fitted as standard.
For the more luxurious Ford Expedition Limited trim, J.D. Power says to expect a "rear parking sensor" and "wood and leather-trimmed steering wheel" to go along with the "perforated leather seats" that come standard. Finally, the 2010 Ford Expedition King Ranch incorporates all of the Limited trim's standard features and adds "upgraded leather upholstery, [and] unique interior and exterior trim," according to ConsumerGuide. Edmunds also notes that "exclusive to the Eddie Bauer, Limited and King Ranch are a navigation system, power liftgate and a rearview backup camera." For 2010, everything from the Eddie Bauer edition up gets the Sync phone/media interface as standard.
In lesser trims, many of the Limited's features can be added as stand-alone options. Across the line, options include a "DVD entertainment system," "iPod integration," and "satellite radio," according to ConsumerGuide. Kelley Blue Book notes that a "340-watt audio system" and "PowerFold third-row seat that folds flat with the touch of a button" are also offered on the 2010 Ford Expedition. Other available features include power adjustable pedals, a perimeter alarm, and a voice-activated navigation system.
The 2010 Ford Expedition is packed with more than enough tech goodies to satisfy most families.