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Old 08-11-2006, 03:15 PM
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Clash! Really good Expedition vs. Tahoe article.

This article really gets to the heart of things.

Either GM of Ford is going to survive.

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http://auto.consumerguide.com/Articl...EEP_DRIVE.html

Also, there's a Consumer Guide drive report on the Expedition XL.

(I wanted Ford to call it Expedition Max...oh well.)
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In canada and south america, according to the article, the EL is designated 'max.' At any rate...great find!!
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I particularly liked the picture of the Expy towing a Tahoe on a flatbed trailer...
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Ford really needs Expedition to be a hit. Just read the sad news that the upcoming Lincoln MKS will not offer a V8 as once planned. This decline is depressing.
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Seems like people who actually need trucks will get it rather than 'everyone' like before when gas was at an affordable price.
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I particularly liked the picture of the Expy towing a Tahoe on a flatbed trailer...
I DID TOO!! I wish it was bigger then id set is as my wallpaper and then rub it in my chevy-loving-friend's face!
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well, I'm not sure the Chevy NEEDED to be towed...
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well, I'm not sure the Chevy NEEDED to be towed...
lol, they always need to be towed. They make them so low to the ground that they cant even get over speed bumbs. This is expecially true with their trucks. Have you see how low the front facias are?!
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