Ford Expedition 0-60 times

Expedition 0-60 and quarter-mile times are great metrics of the vehicle's acceleration ability. Ford cars' horsepower and torque numbers may sound fascinating though a bit mystical and you cannot measure the real engine's power of Expedition unless you know the exact time it takes to run from zero to sixty. We have done the job for you by collecting the 0-60 and 1/4 mile data for Expedition by years and trims.


2020 Ford Expedition 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times

2019 Ford Expedition 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times

2018 Ford Expedition 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
Platinum 4dr 4x4,400 hp

6.4 sec

15 @ 92 mph
XLT 4dr 4x4,375 hp

6.5 sec

15.1 @ 90 mph
Limited 4dr 4x4,375 hp

6.5 sec

15.1 @ 90 mph
Platinum 4dr 4x2,400 hp

6.8 sec

15.2 @ 90 mph
XLT 4dr 4x2,375 hp

6.9 sec

15.4 @ 88 mph
Limited 4dr 4x2,375 hp

6.9 sec

15.4 @ 88 mph


Ford Expedition 0-60 mph acceleration across years

Year of a Model0-60 times1/4 mile times
2018

6.4 - 6.9 sec

15 @ 92 - 15.4 @ 88 mph
2017

6.4 - 6.9 sec

15 @ 92 - 15.4 @ 88 mph
2016

6.4 - 6.8 sec

15 @ 91 - 15.3 @ 90 mph
2015

7 - 7.2 sec

15.5 @ 0 - 16.4 @ 0 mph
2014

7.3 - 7.9 sec

15.6 @ 89 - 16.1 @ 87 mph
2013

7.3 - 7.9 sec

15.6 @ 89 - 16.1 @ 87 mph
2012

7.3 - 8 sec

15.6 @ 89 - 16.2 @ 87 mph
2011

7.4 - 7.9 sec

15.6 @ 89 - 16.1 @ 87 mph
2010

7.3 - 8 sec

15.6 @ 89 - 16.2 @ 87 mph
2009

7.5 - 8.1 sec

15.7 @ 88 - 16.3 @ 87 mph
2008

7.5 - 8.1 sec

15.7 @ 88 - 16.3 @ 87 mph
2007

7.5 - 8.1 sec

15.8 @ 88 - 16.3 @ 87 mph
2006

8.1 - 8.4 sec

15.9 @ 84 - 16.4 @ 83 mph
2005

8.1 - 8.5 sec

15.9 @ 84 - 16.5 @ 83 mph
2004

9.3 - 10.3 sec

16.7 @ 80 - 17.5 @ 76 mph
2003

9.3 - 10.3 sec

16.7 @ 80 - 17.5 @ 76 mph
2002

8.6 - 9.1 sec

17.2 @ 0 - 17.8 @ 0 mph
2001

8.6 - 9.1 sec

17.2 @ 0 - 17.8 @ 0 mph
2000

8.2 - 8.6 sec

16.8 @ 0 - 17.2 @ 0 mph
1999

8.2 - 8.65 sec

16.8 @ 0 - 17.2 @ 0 mph

Most crossover SUVs on the market today are based on a car architecture, which makes them lighter and more dynamic on the road, but truck-based SUVs are still the way to go if you want a vehicle that’s capable off-road and that can tow bigger trailers.

The Ford Expedition is just that kind of an SUV. It’s big and functional, thanks to seating arrangements for up to eight passengers, while it’s also strong enough to tow up to 9,300 pounds, which is close to truck territory.

Ford’s big SUV comes with a 3.5-liter EcoBoost twin-turbocharged V6 that pumps out 375 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque in the XLT and Limited models and 400 horsepower and 480 pound-feet of torque in the highest Expedition Platinum trim.

 

Ford Expedition 0-60 and Quarter Mile

Being based on a truck, the Expedition is not a light SUV, even though Ford tried to shave off some of the weight by using lighter materials on the body. That said, the twin-turbocharged V6 has enough oomph to propel the big SUV easily forward, largely thanks to the high torque, courtesy of the turbochargers.

The new 10-speed automatic transmission certainly helps to keep the engine in the optimal power band, while also being both smooth and fast when shifting gears. It’s also fast to respond to kickdown, downshifting several gears at a time. Thanks to the powerful combination of the EcoBoost engine and 10-speed auto, the Ford Expedition can tow up to 9,300 pounds when equipped with the tow package.

On the road, the Expedition leans in the corners more than a car-based SUV and the steering doesn’t have a lot of feedback, but all of that is expected in a car like this. More importantly, the steering is precise and the big Expedition is easy to place on the road, while also being very comfortable as well. In contrast to most car-based SUVs, the Expedition can venture off-road when equipped with the FX4 off-road package.

 

Exterior & Interior

The exterior of the Expedition is a combination of straight side body panels that give a muscular appearance to the already big SUV. The front end is a bit softer than the aggressive one in Ford’s trucks but still gives a strong impression. The rear end looks largely minimalistic and retro, but still manages to finish off the whole minimalistic, yet sporty look.

On the inside, the cabin design is the same that can be found in the F-150, but with better materials that give it a more upmarket look, especially in the high-end Platinum model. Still, even in that trim, premium competitors like the Mercedes GLS offer more luxurious surroundings.

There is space for up to 8 passengers in the Expedition and seating is very comfortable, even in the third row. This is a true people and cargo hauler.

 

Conclusion

Being based on a truck platform, you can’t expect a very connected driving experience in the Expedition – it drives like a big old SUV. But for most owners, that will not be very important. As a people and cargo mover, the Expedition is very good indeed. There is a lot of space inside, the cabin is well-made, and the twin-turbocharged engine and 10-speed auto combo can propel the vehicle forward without any fuss.

Reviewed by Ivo Gievski


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