The behemoth proves the big American SUV is alive and well.
Ford’s Suburban-fighter is back with all new model that gets lighter and more robust with an aluminum-alloy body and a redesigned steel frame that chops off 300 lbs from the car’s overall weight. The company is also calling it their most capable Expedition yet with a whole host of technology and functionality such as active part assist to aid you in navigating the car in and out of parking spaces as well as 360-degree camera tech for even more peace of mind as you park.
Power will come via a 3.5L EcoBoost with start-stop standard as well as a 10-speed automatic transmission. An electronic limited slip differential is also available with intelligent four-wheel-drive and backing up while towing has also been made easier with Pro Trailer Backup Assist.
It also gets a long list of tech and convenience features that include wireless charging, a Wi-Fi hotspot, Sync 3 with CarPlay and Android Auto, Sync Connect that lets you remotely start, lock, or unlock your car, power outlets in every row, and a 12-speake system from their new audio partners at B&O Play.
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