|By PR Newswire||
|August 20, 2014 02:01 PM EDT||
DAVENPORT, Iowa, Aug. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Drivers in the Davenport, Iowa area in search of a full-size SUV should hold out for the arrival of the 2015 Ford Expedition at Dahl Ford this fall. A new power option and a smoother ride are expected from the redesigned Expedition and will make this model one of the most versatile available. On the interior, the 2015 Expedition features colossal amounts of cargo space amplified by folding rear seating, high-tech features and plush, luxury comfort.
This year's Ford Expedition does away with the more traditional V-8 power option in favor of a turbocharged 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6 that churns out 365 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque. The Expedition's new EcoBoost engine is both more powerful and more efficient than previously employed V-8 power platforms.
Coupled with a six-speed automatic transmission with manual capability, the new EcoBoost V-6 supplies smooth transitioning power to the rear wheels that, when paired with an adjustable damping suspension, makes the large SUV feel as if it is gliding down the highway. Consumers interested in utility can look to the 2015 Ford Expedition's 9,200-pound max towing capacity and available four-wheel drive with low-range gearing as testaments to the new Ford's utility and versatility.
Ample amounts of cargo space make the 2015 Ford Expedition one of the premier material haulers of the class. Standard Expedition trims supply families with 18.6 cubic feet of cargo space behind the rear seats while the Expedition EL trim has a celestial 42.6 cubic feet of space. Folding rear seats offer a conveniently flat load floor with 108.3 cubic feet in base trims and 130.8 cubic feet in the EL trim. These figures dwarf the competition and allow for a high degree of utility for drivers who opt for the 2015 Ford Expedition from Dahl Ford.
The available Sync with MyFord Touch interface supplies drivers with an innovative entertainment and information tool that equips the Expedition cabin with an 8-inch touchscreen for ease of use. A standard rearview camera and rear parking sensors also make this beast of an SUV easy to maneuver. Available leather upholstery and wood accents lend a sense of luxury to the Ford Expedition, and heated and ventilated front seats add to the comfort of the 2015 Expedition.
Drivers looking for an 8-passenger SUV that is capable and comfortable should put the 2015 Ford Expedition at the top of their list. Consumers interested in finding out more should contact the Dahl Ford sales staff by phone at 800-888-0368 or through their website, www.dahlford.com.
Media Contact: Nichole Simms, Dahl Ford, 800-888-0368, [email protected]
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