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The residual value as per Ford after 3 years is 49%. I'd say that's normal for a full size SUV in today's world.
It only hurts when you sell it so if you plan on keeping it for awhile, don't concern yourself about the loss of value, just enjoy it.
__________________ 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)
I would wait because the new Expediton will be nailed to dealers showroom floors, and HUGE discounts will be here by christmas. also , yes, basically your Expedition will be worth about 20k in 2 years: figure a drop of at least 55 % of msrp after 24 months and less than 25k miles in Excellent condition.(asumes new vehicles are not being heavely rebated at the time of trade/sell.) Also be advised that a more powerful engine is on the way for '08.
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