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2008 Ford Expedition Trims

EL Eddie Bauer

Avg. Price: $18,645

Long and luxurious, the 2008 Ford Expedition EL Eddie Bauer edition comes with an expanded list of upscale features and 24 more cubic feet of cargo space than the standard Eddie Bauer edition, thanks to the fact that its overall length was stretched by nearly 15 inches.

Inside, the Eddie Bauer EL pampers drivers with low-backed, two-tone leather-trimmed front captain's chairs with 10-way power adjustment and memory settings. Interior features also include a leather-wrapped steering wheel equipped with climate and audio controls, and a dual-zone climate control system.

Of course, it also offers all that extra interior space. And for easy loading and unloading, drivers can fold the second and third rows of seats down to create a flat load floor.

To ensure the 2008 Expedition Eddie Bauer EL stands out in a crowd, Ford equipped it with unique Pueblo Gold front and rear bumpers, as well as Pueblo Gold running boards, side cladding, and wheel-lip moldings, black heated exterior mirrors, and a chrome exhaust tip.

An upgraded Audiophile six-speaker AM/FM sound system with a six-disc in-dash CD changer and an MP3 input jack rounds out the upscale features.

A 300-horsepower, 5.4-liter V8 engine ably drives the Expedition Eddie Bauer edition, though gas mileage suffers. The engine links to a six-speed overdrive transmission. An AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), a Safety Canopy system with side airbags (including third-row side airbags), a tire pressure monitoring system, and independent rear suspension are also part of the package.

EL Eddie Bauer 4WD

Avg. Price: $20,572

The 2008 Ford Expedition EL Eddie Bauer 4WD packs in the features for discerning drivers who require upscale amenities, improved traction, and more cargo space than the standard version of the Expedition offers.

For starters, the EL Eddie Bauer 4WD comes equipped with the ControlTrac 4X4 System, which gives drivers the capability to control the 4X4 system by turning a rotary knob to select high or low four-wheel-drive mode, 4X4 Auto (which transfers power to the appropriate wheels), or two-wheel-drive mode.

The EL Eddie Bauer 4WD also comes with 24 more cubic feet of cargo space than the standard Eddie Bauer edition, thanks to the fact that its overall length was stretched by nearly 15 inches. For easy loading and unloading, drivers can fold the second and third rows of seats down to create a flat load floor.

Inside, the Eddie Bauer EL pampers drivers with low-backed, two-tone leather-trimmed front captain's chairs with 10-way power adjustment and memory settings. Interior features also include a leather-wrapped steering wheel equipped with climate and audio controls, and a dual-zone climate control system.

And to ensure the 2008 Expedition Eddie Bauer EL stands out in a crowd, Ford equipped it with unique Pueblo Gold front and rear bumpers, as well as Pueblo Gold running boards, side cladding, and wheel-lip moldings, black heated exterior mirrors, and a chrome exhaust tip.

An upgraded Audiophile six-speaker AM/FM sound system with a six-disc in-dash CD changer and an MP3 input jack rounds out the upscale features.

A 300-horsepower, 5.4-liter V8 engine ably drives the Expedition Eddie Bauer edition, though gas mileage suffers. The engine links to a six-speed overdrive transmission. An AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), a Safety Canopy system with side airbags (including third-row side airbags), and a tire pressure monitoring system are also part of the package.

EL King Ranch

1 national listing
Avg. Price: $18,866

The extended-length Ford Expedition EL King Ranch, which debuted for the 2008 model year, offers drivers more cargo space as well as a number of special features designed to set the big SUV apart from its siblings in the Expedition lineup.

Ford stretched the EL King Ranch by 15 inches, which results in 24 more cubic feet of cargo space than the standard Expedition model. A rear cargo organizer, part of the standard equipment package, helps drivers keep all their extra cargo neat and in place, according to Ford.

To create an upscale feel, the Expedition EL King Ranch comes equipped with special low-backed front captain's chairs, which are heated and cooled, and trimmed in Chaparral leather. The driver's seat has a 10-way power adjustment function.

Other upscale interior features include a King Ranch center floor console with floor shifter, woodtone applique on the instrument panel and shift handle, carpeted floor mats with the King Ranch logo, and a leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel with climate and radio controls and a Chaparral leather insert.

A Convenience Package, also included as standard equipment, adds power-adjustable pedals with a memory setting, a universal garage door opener, and a reverse sensing system.

Outside, the Expedition King Ranch sports such unique features as Pueblo Gold front and rear bumpers and fascias, and Pueblo Gold running boards. The King Ranch 4WD rides on 18-inch machined aluminum wheels with King Ranch center caps.

A 300-horsepower, 5.4-liter V8 engine ably drives the Expedition King Ranch, though gas mileage suffers. The engine links to a six-speed overdrive transmission. AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), a Safety Canopy system with side airbags, and a tire pressure monitoring system are also part of the package.

EL King Ranch 4WD

Avg. Price: $22,569

Ford stretched its best-equipped Expedition model by 15 inches to create the EL King Ranch 4WD, which made its debut for the 2008 model year. The upscale, extended-length EL King Ranch 4WD offers 24 more cubic feet of cargo space than the standard Expedition model. It also comes with Ford's ControlTrac 4X4 System, as well as a number of special features and badging that set it apart from the other models in the Expedition lineup.

Those special features include low-backed, Chaparral leather-trimmed front captain's chairs, which are heated and cooled. In addition, the driver's seat has a 10-way power adjustment function.

Other upscale interior features include a King Ranch center floor console with floor shifter, woodtone applique on the instrument panel and shift handle, carpeted floor mats with the King Ranch logo, and a leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel with climate and radio controls and a Chaparral leather insert.

A Convenience Package, included as standard equipment, adds power-adjustable pedals with a memory setting, a universal garage door opener, and a reverse sensing system.

Outside, the Expedition King Ranch sports such unique features as Pueblo Gold front and rear bumpers and fascias, and Pueblo Gold running boards. The King Ranch 4WD rides on 18-inch machined aluminum wheels with King Ranch center caps.

A 300-horsepower, 5.4-liter V8 engine ably drives the Expedition King Ranch, though gas mileage suffers. The engine links to a six-speed overdrive transmission. AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), a Safety Canopy system with side airbags, and a tire pressure monitoring system are also part of the package.

EL Limited

Avg. Price: $20,408

The 2008 Ford Expedition EL Limited gives drivers more of what they want -- in this case, more upscale features and more cargo space, thanks to the fact that the full-size SUV's overall length has been stretched by nearly 15 inches. That results in 24 more cubic feet of cargo space, when compared to the standard Limited model. A rear cargo organizer, part of the standard equipment package, helps drivers keep all their extra cargo neat and in place, according to Ford.

Inside, the Expedition EL Limited comes well-equipped with a number of luxury-oriented features, including a wood-tone, leather-wrapped steering wheel and leather-trimmed, 10-way power adjustable front captain's chairs. The front seats feature power lumbar and a reclining function, and are heated and cooled with three levels of comfort settings, which adds to the Limited EL's luxurious feel.

Ford also added a Convenience Package to the Expedition Limited EL's list of standard features. The Convenience Package includes power-adjustable pedals with a memory setting, power rear quarter windows, a universal garage door opener, and a reverse sensing system. A luggage rack, running boards, and heated power folding mirrors with a memory function and a signal feature are also included with the Limited EL package.

A 300-horsepower, 5.4-liter V8 engine ably drives the Expedition Limited, though gas mileage suffers due to the engine size. The engine links to a smooth-shifting six-speed overdrive transmission. AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), a Safety Canopy system with side airbags (including third-row side airbags), and a tire pressure monitoring system are also part of the Limited EL package.

EL Limited 4WD

Avg. Price: $21,709

The 2008 Ford Expedition EL Limited 4WD offers drivers a long list of functional and upscale features. For starters, the full-size SUV comes equipped with Ford's ControlTrac 4X4 System, which gives drivers the capability to control the 4X4 system by turning a rotary knob to select high or low four-wheel-drive mode, 4X4 Auto (which transfers power to the appropriate wheels), or two-wheel-drive mode.

The Expedition's EL Limited 4WD's overall length has been stretched by nearly 15 inches, resulting in 24 more cubic feet of cargo space, when compared to the standard Limited model. A rear cargo organizer, part of the standard equipment package, helps drivers keep all their extra cargo neat and in place, according to Ford.

Inside, the Expedition EL Limited 4WD comes equipped with a number of luxury-oriented features, including a wood-tone, leather-wrapped steering wheel and leather-trimmed, 10-way power adjustable front captain's chairs. The front seats feature power lumbar and a reclining function, and are heated and cooled with three levels of comfort settings, which adds to the SUV's luxurious feel.

Also included with the Expedition Limited EL 4WD's list of standard features is a Convenience Package, which adds power-adjustable pedals, power rear quarter windows, a universal garage door opener, and a reverse sensing system. A luggage rack, running boards, and heated power folding mirrors, as well as an Audiophile six-speaker AM/FM sound system with a six-disc in-dash CD changer and an MP3 input jack, round out the upscale features.

A 300-horsepower, 5.4-liter V8 engine drives the Expedition Limited, though gas mileage suffers due to the engine size. The engine links to a smooth-shifting six-speed overdrive transmission. AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), a Safety Canopy system with side airbags (including third-row side airbags), and a tire pressure monitoring system are also part of the Limited EL 4WD package.

EL SSV Fleet

EL SSV Fleet 4WD

EL XLT

Avg. Price: $16,873

Drivers who need more cargo space than they'll get with the standard-length Expedition XLT can opt for the 2008 Expedition EL XLT, which stretches the Expedition's overall length by nearly 15 inches to provide 24 more cubic feet of cargo volume. Overall, the EL XLT provides a total of nearly 131 cubic feet of cargo space. And for easy loading and unloading, drivers can fold the second and third rows of seats down to create a flat load floor.

Although the EL XLT comes with a limited list of standard features, it still includes AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), a four-wheel antilock braking system with brake assist, Ford's Safety Canopy system with front and side airbags (including third-row side airbags), and a tire pressure monitoring system.

Other standard features include first-row cloth captain's chairs, power windows and door locks, speed control, an MP3 input jack for the six-speaker AM/FM/CD sound system, rear-floor heat ducts, a cargo organizer, and a keyless entry keypad, which is a new feature for 2008.

A 300-horsepower, 5.4-liter V8 engine ably drives the Expedition XLT, though gas mileage suffers. The engine links to a smooth-shifting six-speed overdrive transmission.

The Expedition XLT 4WD seats eight passengers. A fully boxed frame, independent rear suspension, front fog lights, and an underbody full-size spare tire are among its other features.

EL XLT 4WD

Avg. Price: $16,758

The 2008 Ford Expedition EL XLT 4WD adds two significant features to the standard XLT package -- an additional 24 more cubic feet of cargo space (thanks to the fact that the EL XLT has been stretched nearly 15 inches longer than the standard XLT), and Ford's ControlTrac 4X4 System.

ControlTrac gives drivers the capability to control the 4X4 system by turning a rotary knob to select high or low four-wheel-drive mode, switch to 4X4 Auto (which transfers power to the appropriate wheels), or switch to two-wheel-drive mode.

Thanks to its extended length, the EL XLT provides a total of nearly 131 cubic feet of cargo space. And for easy loading and unloading, drivers can fold the second and third rows of seats down to create a flat load floor. The cargo space also comes equipped with a cargo organizer.

Safety features for the EL XLT 4WD include AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), a four-wheel antilock braking system with brake assist, Ford's Safety Canopy system with front and side airbags (including third-row side airbags), and a tire pressure monitoring system.

Other standard features include power windows and door locks, speed control, an MP3 input jack for the six-speaker AM/FM/CD sound system, rear-floor heat ducts, and a keyless entry keypad, which is a new feature for 2008.

A 300-horsepower, 5.4-liter V8 engine ably drives the Expedition EL XLT, though gas mileage suffers. The engine links to a smooth-shifting six-speed overdrive transmission.

Eddie Bauer

Avg. Price: $18,494

Designed to stand out in a crowd, the 2008 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer edition sports such exterior features as unique Pueblo Gold front and rear bumpers and lower fascias, as well as Pueblo Gold running boards, side cladding, and wheel-lip moldings, black heated exterior mirrors, and a chrome exhaust tip.

Inside, the Eddie Bauer ups the luxury ante with such standard features as a dual-zone automatic climate control system and a leather-wrapped steering wheel equipped with climate and audio controls. And to ensure drivers ride in comfort, the Eddie Bauer edition comes with a pair of truly refined low-backed, two-tone leather-trimmed front captain's chairs with 10-way power adjustment and memory settings.

The Eddie Bauer edition also adds an upgraded Audiophile six-speaker AM/FM sound system with a six-disc in-dash CD changer and an MP3 input jack.

Safety features include AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), Ford's Safety Canopy system with side airbags, and a tire pressure monitoring system.

A 300-horsepower, 5.4-liter V8 engine ably drives the Expedition Eddie Bauer edition, although gas mileage suffers. The engine links to a six-speed overdrive transmission.

The two-wheel-drive Expedition Eddie Bauer seats eight passengers. A fully boxed frame, independent rear suspension, front fog lights, and an underbody full-size spare tire are among its other features.

Eddie Bauer 4WD

Avg. Price: $18,843

The upscale 2008 Expedition Eddie Bauer 4WD edition adds Ford's ControlTrac 4X4 System to the SUV's list of standard features. ControlTrac gives drivers the capability to control the 4X4 system by turning a rotary knob to select high or low four-wheel-drive mode, 4X4 Auto (which transfers power to the appropriate wheels), or two-wheel-drive mode.

Inside, the Expedition Eddie Bauer 4WD pampers drivers with low-backed, two-tone leather-trimmed front captain's chairs with 10-way power adjustment and memory settings. Interior features also include a leather-wrapped steering wheel equipped with climate and audio controls, and a dual-zone climate control system.

To ensure the Expedition Eddie Bauer 4WD stands out in a crowd, Ford equipped it with unique Pueblo Gold front and rear bumpers, as well as Pueblo Gold running boards, side cladding, and wheel-lip moldings, black heated exterior mirrors, and a chrome exhaust tip.

An upgraded Audiophile six-speaker AM/FM sound system with a six-disc in-dash CD changer and an MP3 input jack rounds out the vehicle's upscale features.

A 300-horsepower, 5.4-liter V8 engine ably drives the Expedition Eddie Bauer 4WD edition, though gas mileage suffers. The engine links to a six-speed overdrive transmission. AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), a Safety Canopy system with side airbags, and a tire pressure monitoring system are also part of the package.

King Ranch

3 national listings
Avg. Price: $21,444

A new model of 2008, the King Ranch takes the top spot in the Expedition lineup, thanks to a number of high-end luxury features. To ensure drivers ride in comfort, the King Ranch comes with new low-backed, Chaparral leather-trimmed front captain's chairs with two-way adjustable restraints and 10-way power adjustment for the driver's seat. The seats are also heated and cooled with three comfort settings.

Other special features in the Expedition King Ranch include woodtone applique on the instrument panel and shift handle, a King Ranch center floor console with floor shifter, carpeted floor mats with the King Ranch logo, and a leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel with climate and radio controls and a Chaparral leather insert.

In addition, the Expedition King Ranch comes equipped with a Convenience Package, which includes power-adjustable pedals with a memory setting, a universal garage door opener, and a reverse sensing system.

The Expedition King Ranch is distinguished by its Pueblo Gold front and rear bumpers and fascias, and Pueblo Gold running boards. The big SUV rides on 18-inch machined aluminum wheels with King Ranch center caps.

A 300-horsepower, 5.4-liter V8 engine ably drives the Expedition King Ranch, though gas mileage suffers. The engine links to a six-speed overdrive transmission. AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), a Safety Canopy system with side airbags, and a tire pressure monitoring system are also part of the package.

King Ranch 4WD

3 national listings
Avg. Price: $21,371

The Expedition King Ranch 4WD, which makes its debut for the 2008 model year, combines high-end luxury features with Ford's ControlTrac 4X4 System, ensuring that drivers ride safely as well as in comfort. The ControlTrac gives drivers the capability to control the 4X4 system by turning a rotary knob to select high or low four-wheel-drive mode, 4X4 Auto (which transfers power to the appropriate wheels), or two-wheel-drive mode.

Inside, the King Ranch 4WD coddles passengers with new low-backed, Chaparral leather-trimmed front captain's chairs, which feature two-way adjustable restraints and 10-way power adjustment for the driver's seat. The front seats are also heated and cooled with three comfort settings.

Other special features in the Expedition King Ranch 4WD include woodtone applique on the instrument panel and shift handle, a King Ranch center floor console with floor shifter, carpeted floor mats with the King Ranch logo, and a leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel with climate and radio controls and a Chaparral leather insert.

In addition, the Expedition King Ranch comes equipped with a Convenience Package, which includes power-adjustable pedals with a memory setting, a universal garage door opener, and a reverse sensing system.

Outside, the Expedition King Ranch sports such unique features as Pueblo Gold front and rear bumpers and fascias, and Pueblo Gold running boards. The King Ranch 4WD rides on 18-inch machined aluminum wheels with King Ranch center caps.

A 300-horsepower, 5.4-liter V8 engine ably drives the Expedition King Ranch, though gas mileage suffers. The engine links to a six-speed overdrive transmission. AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), a Safety Canopy system with side airbags, and a tire pressure monitoring system are also part of the package.

Limited

Avg. Price: $20,491

Well-equipped with a number of luxury-oriented features, the upscale 2008 Ford Expedition Limited pampers drivers the moment the slip behind the SUV's wood-tone and leather-wrapped steering wheel. Drivers will probably most appreciate the Limited's leather-trimmed, 10-way power adjustable front captain's chairs, which not only feature power lumbar and a reclining function, but are also heated and cooled, with three levels of comfort settings.

The Expedition Limited also comes with a Convenience Package that includes power-adjustable pedals with a memory setting, power rear quarter windows, a universal garage door opener, and a reverse sensing system. A luggage rack, running boards, and heated power folding mirrors with a signal feature and a memory function are also part of the Limited package.

The Expedition Limited rides on 18-inch chrome clad aluminum wheels with all-season tires to ensure a smooth ride with a good grip on the road.

A 300-horsepower, 5.4-liter V8 engine ably drives the Expedition Limited, though gas mileage suffers. The engine links to a six-speed overdrive transmission. AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), a Safety Canopy system with side airbags, and a tire pressure monitoring system are also part of the package.

Limited 4WD

Avg. Price: $21,307

The 2008 Ford Expedition Limited 4WD combines a long list of upscale features with Ford's ControlTrac 4X4 System, ensuring that drivers and passengers ride safely as well as in comfort. With ControlTrac, drivers can control the 4X4 system by turning a rotary knob to select high or low four-wheel-drive mode, 4X4 Auto (which transfers power to the appropriate wheels), or two-wheel-drive mode.

Inside, the Expedition Limited 4WD comes equipped with a number of luxury-oriented features, including a wood-tone, leather-wrapped steering wheel and leather-trimmed, 10-way power adjustable front captain's chairs. The front seats feature power lumbar and a reclining function, and are heated and cooled with three levels of comfort settings, which adds to the SUV's luxurious feel.

The Expedition Limited 4WD also comes with a Convenience Package that includes power-adjustable pedals with a memory setting, power rear quarter windows, a universal garage door opener, and a reverse sensing system.

A luggage rack, running boards, and heated power folding mirrors, as well as an Audiophile six-speaker AM/FM sound system with a six-disc in-dash CD changer and an MP3 input jack, round out the upscale features.

A 300-horsepower, 5.4-liter V8 engine drives the Expedition Limited 4WD, though gas mileage suffers due to the engine size. The engine links to a smooth-shifting six-speed overdrive transmission. AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), a Safety Canopy system with side airbags, and a tire pressure monitoring system are also part of the Limited 4WD package.

SSV Fleet

2 national listings
Avg. Price: $14,799

SSV Fleet 4WD

2 national listings
Avg. Price: $17,020

XLT

Avg. Price: $15,770

As the entry-level Expedition available for 2008, the XLT comes with a limited list of standard features, but still includes AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), Ford's Safety Canopy system with side airbags, and a tire pressure monitoring system.

Other standard features include first-row cloth captain's chairs, power windows and door locks, speed control, an MP3 input jack for the sound system, and a keyless entry keypad, which is a new feature for 2008.

A 300-horsepower, 5.4-liter V8 engine ably drives the Expedition XLT, though gas mileage suffers. The engine links to a six-speed overdrive transmission.

The two-wheel-drive Expedition XLT seats eight passengers. A fully boxed frame, independent rear suspension, front fog lights, and an underbody full-size spare tire are among its other features.

XLT 4WD

Avg. Price: $15,922

The entry-level 2008 Expedition XLT 4WD adds Ford's ControlTrac 4X4 System to the XLT's list of standard features. ControlTrac gives drivers the capability to control the 4X4 system by turning a rotary knob to select high or low four-wheel-drive mode, switch to 4X4 Auto, which transfers power to the appropriate wheels, or switch to two-wheel-drive mode.

Although the XLT comes with a limited list of standard features, it still includes AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), a four-wheel antilock braking system with brake assist, Ford's Safety Canopy system with front and side airbags, and a tire pressure monitoring system.

Other standard features include first-row cloth captain's chairs, power windows and door locks, speed control, an MP3 input jack for the six-speaker AM/FM/CD sound system, rear-floor heat ducts, a full-length overhead console, and a keyless entry keypad, which is a new feature for 2008.

A 300-horsepower, 5.4-liter V8 engine ably drives the Expedition XLT, though gas mileage suffers. The engine links to a smooth-shifting six-speed overdrive transmission.

The Expedition XLT 4WD seats eight passengers. A fully boxed frame, independent rear suspension, front fog lights, and an underbody full-size spare tire are among its other features.