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Limit Pushing - 2011 Ford Expedition 0-60 Test
We're back (finally) for the tail end of the summer, and I am going to try and make sure we get some interesting stuff posted before the end of August. Lets start things off with the revenge of the Expedition which, as some of you may know, was the slowest 0-60 time we had. The 2011 is here with extra gears and more valves. Lets see what it can do. (Top Speed video coming soon!) The Ford Expedition: The Ford Expedition was introduced in 1997 as a replacement to the Bronco. It was previously slotted between the smaller Ford Explorer and the larger Ford Excursion, but as of the 2005, it is Ford's largest SUV. It is the second Ford to use the Expedition name, as it was part of the Explorer Sport's trim models in 1995. The Expedition offers up to eight passengers' seating and a V8 engine, similar to the Lincoln Navigator. Over 1,500,000 Expeditions have been sold since its introduction. The second generation Ford Expedition was introduced in 2002 for the 2003 model year and featured an all-new 4-wheel independent suspension with "hydroformed" fully boxed frame that was 70 percent stiffer. The all-new rear suspension was multi-link independent and reduced rear unsprung weight by 110 pounds, improving the suspension's wheel travel and its ability to track uneven terrain or road surfaces for improved control and ride quality. The Second generation was powered by a 5.4 liter Triton engine which produced 260 hp and 365 ft-lbs of torque. The Expedition had an available heavy-duty trailer tow package for a best in class trailer towing capability of 8,900 lbs.




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