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2012 Expedition Ford Press Release - nothing new....

Link to PDF -> http://media.ford.com/images/10031/2012_Expedition.pdf

Too bad and I was maybe considering one of these if they had put in the new powertrains. I guess big SUV sales are really that bad where there is no business case to spend engineering dollars on the development effort.
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jesus. put in the turbo 6 or the 6.2 L and i'll be first in line!
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Link to PDF -> http://media.ford.com/images/10031/2012_Expedition.pdf

Too bad and I was maybe considering one of these if they had put in the new powertrains. I guess big SUV sales are really that bad where there is no business case to spend engineering dollars on the development effort.

They can't keep up with the demand for the F150 let alone put them in Expy's!
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well i found in different website that a v6 base engine is gonna be available?
2012 Ford Expedition Reviews << Cars Zones
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thats at least 3 website that confirm the v6 base engine, not sure if its true or not but i guess the best answer is to wait and see
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well i found in different website that a v6 base engine is gonna be available?
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thats at least 3 website that confirm the v6 base engine, not sure if its true or not but i guess the best answer is to wait and see
Pretty sure that those were just speculation prior to the Ford press release, but we'll see.
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I don't see a new model there, it's the same thing. I guess we'll have to wait until next year to find out.
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As well balanced as the Expy's are, the Ecoboost would be a sweet option.
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You won't see changes until 2014. It is all new in 2014. Not refreshed,all new. A lot more fuel efficient too. It gets all new engines and possibly 8-speed tranny. The next generation of Ecoboost engines will be coming also which is expected to get better fuel economy than the current one. It will be a lot better quality than the current one and will have improved styling. Stay tuned.
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You won't see changes until 2014. It is all new in 2014. Not refreshed,all new. A lot more fuel efficient too. It gets all new engines and possibly 8-speed tranny. The next generation of Ecoboost engines will be coming also which is expected to get better fuel economy than the current one. It will be a lot better quality than the current one and will have improved styling. Stay tuned.
Oh, I hope so. I would love to get one instead of the F150.
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