REAR AXLE RATIO
Standard 3.31 // 3.73
Optional 3.73 // 3.73
Front Independent, double-wishbone, short- and long-arms (SLA) design with coil-over shocks. 36 mm stabilizer bar
Rear Independent, multilink design with coil-over shocks. 18 mm, 19 mm or 21 mm stabilizer bar
Type Low-friction rack and pinion with power assist
Steering column Manual tilt
Turns lock-to-lock 3.2 turns
Turning circle curb-to-curb 40.83 ft //43.93 ft
Type Four wheel power disc brakes with standard 4 sensor, 4 channel anti lock braking system (ABS) and AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control
Front 343 x 34 mm ventilated
Swept area 1,829.6 cm2
Rear 334.5 x 22 mm ventilated
Swept area 1,025.6 cm2
Power assist Vacuum with ABS
TIRES AND WHEELS
P265/70R17 A/S BSW tires/ 17 x 7.5 in. styled steel wheels
P265/70R17 A/T OWL tires/ 17 x 8.0 in. machined aluminum wheels
P265/70R17 A/S OWL tires/ 17 x 8.0 in. painted aluminum wheels
P255/70R18 A/S OWL tires/ 18 x 8.5 in. machined aluminum wheels
P255/70R18 A/S OWL tires/ 18 x 8.5 in. chrome-clad aluminum wheels
P275/50R20 A/S BSW tires/ 20 x 8.5 in. chrome-clad aluminum wheels
Recommended tire pressure (front/rear) 35 psi / 35 psi (17-in wheels)
35 psi / 35 psi (18-inch wheels)
35 psi / 35 psi (20-inch wheels)
Needs more horsepower!.. The base vortec is 315hp now.. The generation 4 vortec is at 367 hp... They also have a option for a 6.2 liter 380 horsepower on the Denali's.. The 5.3 315hp is rated at 20mpg.... The expedition is very nice, Ford needs to step up the hp's.. all their cars are underpowered..
It would be nice to see the 6.2L Hurricane be an option on the Expedition whenever the motor becomes a reality. Until then, unless a diesel is built the 5.4L is all you're going to get.
__________________ My former Ford vehicles (I am Fordless for now):
2007 Ford Fusion SEL V6
1998 Ford Explorer XLT AWD 5.0 (Sold)
1990 Ford Mustang GT (Sold)
1993 Ford F-150 XLT Super Cab 5.0 (Sold)
1991 Ford Escort LX Hatch 1.9 (Sold)
The 2007 Expedition detailed specs have been on this site for months! If you check the front page of the site daily, you'll see that new things are added all the time, and you'll get information much, much sooner.
FTE Founder. Enjoying life, hitting the throttle and hearing my Ford squeal 'em....
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