Eighteen-inch wheels are standard on the 2010 Ford Expedition EL Eddie Bauer, as well as other Eddie Bauer versions. Twenty-inch wheels are available. A heavy-duty trailering package is available on the Eddie Bauer EL with rear-wheel drive. With the package, this EL is rated to tow 8,900 pounds.
The towing capacity for the 2010 Ford Expedition EL Eddie Bauer 4WD is 8,700 pounds when the vehicle is set up with the optional heavy-duty trailering package. A power liftgate, navigation system, and rear-seat DVD are all available. Rain-sensing wipers are an option, as well. Satellite radio and SYNC, the in-car connectivity system, are among the features that come standard.
Heated and cooled front seats, as well as a heated second-row seat, are among the features of the 2010 Ford Expedition EL King Ranch. As with the rest of the Ford Expedition ELs, the extra 15 inches or so of length adds a bunch of cargo space to the vehicle. Passengers in the back make out well, too, with added leg- and headroom.
The 2010 Ford Expedition EL King Ranch 4WD has heated outside mirrors that are powered and fold. A full-size spare is also standard, as is true on other Expeditions. Rain-sensing wipers, a rear-view camera, and a reverse obstacle-detection system are among the other features that come standard on the King Ranch.
A heavy-duty trailering package is standard on the 2010 Ford Expedition EL Limited. Leather-trimmed, heated and cooled front seats and a leather-wrapped steering wheel with controls are standard as well. Sirius radio is standard, and a rear-seat DVD is optional.
A luxury package is available for the 2010 Ford Expedition EL Limited 4WD that includes a navigational system, a rear-seat DVD, power moonroof, 20-inch chrome-clad wheels, and power deployable running boards. Rain-sensing wipers, a power liftgate, rear obstacle-detection system, and a rear-view camera come standard in the EL Limited.
The 2010 Ford Expedition EL XLT trim comes with a third-row, flat-to-the-floor seat as standard fare. A power-fold setup for that seat is available. Seventeen-inch wheels are standard on this trim, and 18-inchers are available. Cruise control is optional. A heavy-duty trailering package is available.
Nearly 15 inches of extra length push the 2010 Ford Expedition EL XLT 4WD beyond the 18-foot mark. With the second- and third-row seats down, that increases cargo capacity to 130.8 cubic feet from 108.3 in the standard-length Expedition. A luggage rack with crossbars adds even more carrying capacity.
A reverse obstacle-detection system is standard in the 2010 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer, and a rear-view camera is available. The SYNC in-car connectivity system for MP3 and Bluetooth devices comes standard, as do front leather-trimmed seats. Heated and cooled front seats are available.
A power moonroof and power liftgate are both available for the 2010 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 4WD. Its four-wheel drive can provide better grip on difficult roads and in difficult conditions. Dual-zone automatic temperature control is standard. The Eddie Bauer trims also have a power-fold on the third seat, which conveniently folds to the floor.
A heavy-duty trailering package comes standard with the top-of-the-line 2010 Ford Expedition King Ranch and allows the vehicle to tow 9,200 pounds. A rear-view camera, a big help when dealing with a boat on a trailer, is standard on the King Ranch. A reverse obstacle-detection system is, too.
The towing capacity of the 2010 Ford Expedition King Ranch 4WD is 9,000 pounds with the heavy-duty trailering package that comes standard with the unit. Eighteen-inch wheels are standard on the King Ranch, and 20-inchers are available. Rain-sensing wipers and a power liftgate are among its other standard features.
The 2010 Ford Expedition Limited, like its fellow trims, is built for hauling. All trims are rated to trailer 6,000 pounds, and all have a new trailer sway-control system. The real-wheel-drive, non-EL trims haul the largest loads when equipped with the heavy-duty trailering package that is standard on Limited trims. That setup pushes this Limited's towing capacity to 9,200 pounds.
A reverse obstacle-detection system, rear-view camera, and power liftgate are all standard with the 2010 Ford Expedition Limited 4WD. Heated and cooled front seats and heated second-row seats are standard. Sirius radio and the SYNC in-car connectivity system are standard, too.
The 2010 Ford Expedition XLT comes with cloth seats standard, and leather-trimmed seats are available. Cruise control is standard. A rear-seat DVD entertainment system is an option, as is a reverse obstacle-detection system that alerts the driver to anything within 6 feet of the vehicle. A third-row seat is available, as is a power-fold option for it.
An AM/FM stereo with a single-disc CD/MP3 player is standard in the 2010 Ford Expedition XLT 4WD. A 6-CD/MP3 changer is an option. Satellite radio and the SYNC in-car connectivity system are also available. SYNC allows for the operation of most MP3s and Bluetooths and can be used with touch or voice commands.