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Eddie Bauer
Avg. Price: $5,226
Eddie Bauer 4WD
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XLT
Avg. Price: $5,401
XLT 4WD
Avg. Price: $5,277

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Based on 23 reviews

2000 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer by Ashley
 — We just bought this truck and we love it. Sure it's a gas guzzler alright but we live only a mile from work. In fact we've only burned a quarter of a tank in one and a half weeks! When my sister-in-la... Read More
We Love It And Love The Look. by WildOhio
 — Bought this vehicle used 2 yrs. ago with 132,000 miles to pull a 16' livestock trailer and haul our tack AND take along friends and their critters and tack. Needless to say there is plenty of room for... Read More
Ford Expedition by Ryan
 — Great truck for price. Very quick and powerful, only downside is problems with sparkplugs coming out of the head. Great ride, handles well for a truck, and easy to drive. Gas milage could be much bett... Read More

2000 Ford Expedition Overview

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2000 Ford Expedition

The 2000 Ford Expedition continued to be a favorite with drivers looking for a roomy full-sized SUV with an accent on comfort.  For the 2000 model year, Ford made power adjustable brake and accelerator pedals a standard, which made the Expedition even more popular with soccer moms.

Three trim lines were offered for the 2000 Expedition: XLT, Special Edition and Eddie Bauer.  The Eddie Bauer and Special Edition trim provided luxury features like leather upholstery and captain's-chair front seats; a new option for 2000 was a rear entertainment system.

Under the hood, the 2000 Ford Expedition offered two choices of engine: a Triton V-8 4.6 liter overhead cam with 240 horsepower and 280 lb.-ft. of torque, or a Triton V8 5.4 liter overhead cam that delivered 260 horsepower and 350 lb.-ft. of torque.  That kind of power enabled the Expedition to tow up to 8,000 pounds.

What's the bad news?  Gas mileage, of course.  12 mpg city, 16 mpg highway (Triton 5.4); it's a hefty price to pay at the pump.  But many drivers think the spaciousness, durability, and comfort of their Ford Expedition are worth it!

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Starter Grinds Sometimes When Starting

replaced starter and battery. fly wheel looks good. doesn't do it all the time. what else could be causing this.

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Which O2 Sensors Is Upstream And Which Ones Is Downstream

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Broken Transfer Case

Is there a recal on anything that is related to the Transfer Case, please advise. Rhoda Wagner 631-325-1882

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