People buy full-size SUVs for different reasons. They are quite popular with families because of their high passenger capacity and spacious interiors. For models that are equipped with an all-wheel drive system, they are good for off-road use or in challenging weather conditions. Some people are drawn to full-size SUVs for their ability to tow a boat or pull a trailer, and on this front, the 2018 Ford Expedition does not disappoint.
2018 Ford Expedition Towing Capacity
When equipped with the optional Towing Package, the 2018 Expedition can tow up to 9,300 pounds (4,218 kg), which is the highest towing capacity in the full-size SUV segment. Also, towing prowess isn’t just about towing capacity, but also the ability to tow confidently and safely. With its many advanced towing aids, the Expedition has got you covered.
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The Pro Trailer Backup Assist makes backing up a breeze with the ability to steer the trailer by turning a dial left or right as you view it on a screen. The Integrated Brake Controller is especially useful if you’re towing a very heavy trailer or big boat, with the brakes of the vehicle and trailer working in perfect harmony. The available Blind Spot Information System enables you to see not only the blind spot behind the vehicle, but the trailer as well. Additionally, Trailer Sway Control ensures a stable and secure journey with your trailer — whether it be on curvy roads or in windy conditions.
Powerful Engine in 2018 Ford Expedition
Giving the 2018 Expedition the power to pull the heavy loads is its cutting-edge 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine. It generates 375 horsepower and a magnificent 470 lb-ft of torque for impressive acceleration with a trailer — even when pulling it up a hill. Also, the 10-Speed SelectShift Automatic Transmission features a Tow/Haul Mode for a smooth shifting ride with your trailer.