The Ford Expedition EL (extended length), is one of the roomiest large-sized SUVs ever designed, complemented by long list of standard features and amenities.
The Expedition EL by Ford brings full-sized, amenity-rich glory to the SUV class. No wonder it’s a best-seller.
The Expedition EL is a powerful, sleek-looking and spacious, large-sized SUV that offers at third-row, a capable V8 engine and plenty of upgrades.
The extended wheelbase variant of the standard Expedition, the 2014 Ford Expedition EL is the big kid on the block, boasting a blend of power and comfort.
Unchanged for 2013, the Ford Expedition EL is an extended wheelbase version of the Expedition.
The extended wheelbase variant of the Expedition, the 2012 Ford Expedition EL offers a Flex Fuel capable V8 engine and a towing capacity of 9,200 lbs.
The extended wheelbase edition, Ford's full-sized sport utility vehicle, the 2011 Ford Expedition EL moves up to 8 passengers and cargo with available four-wheel drive ease.
With a longer wheelbase than a normal Expedition, the large 2010 Ford Expedition EL SUV offers the same seating for up to eight passengers yet increased the available cargo space.
Thanks to its longer wheelbase, the 2009 Ford Expedition EL has a greater cargo-carrying capacity than the standard Ford Expedition sport utility vehicle.
With a longer wheelbase, the 2008 Ford Expedition EL offers the same great seating capacity as the regular Expedition but expands on the available cargo space.
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An indirect replacement to the Excursion, the Expedition EL arrived in 2007 as a longer wheelbase version of Ford’s familiar large sport utility vehicle. The debut of the Expedition EL concurred with the introduction of the third-generation Ford Expedition. Based on a wheelbase that is 12 inches longer than the regular Expedition, the 2007 Ford Expedition EL was stretched out by 14.8 inches overall. With seating for up to eight, the interior can hold as much as 130.8 cubic feet of cargo when the rear seats are folded down.
The 2007 model year consisted of three trim levels (XLT, Eddie Bauer and Limited) offered with the choice of two-wheel or four-wheel drivetrains. Four-wheel disc brakes with anti-lock braking system, cruise control, power windows and a sound system with rear passenger audio controls were included standard on the Ford Expedition EL for 2007. For 2008, a King Ranch trim level was also added to the large sport utility vehicle. The 2007 Expedition EL’s propulsion was sourced from Ford’s 5.4-liter Triton V-8 powerplant mated to a brand-new six-speed automatic transmission. Introducing the Expedition EL with an output of 300 horsepower, Ford made a 10 horsepower improvement to the Triton V-8 engine for the 2009 model year.
Along with the increased power, the engine of the 2009 Ford Expedition EL was also made FlexFuel compatible to run E85 blended gasoline. SYNC was made available on the Expedition EL in 2009 while a Trailer Sway Control became standard on all models in 2010. Maximum available towing for the 2010 Expedition EL was rated at 8,900 pounds. In 2015, the Expedition EL featured a refreshed exterior and interior. The 2015 Ford Expedition EL also trades the V-8 engine for an EcoBoost V-6 powerplant.