2024 Ford Expedition Changes, Interior, Engine – A mid-cycle update of the Ford Expedition is anticipated for the 2024 model year. We can assume it will receive a minor change because spy photos have revealed a well-concealed front and rear fascia. It has also been reported that an optional 15.5-inch touchscreen will be available, first seen in the Mustang Mache. Also, there have been reports of what seems to be test drives of the Expedition Timberline trim, which also gets some off-road hardware and styling upgrades for the outside.
The 3.5L twin-turbocharged V6 with 375 horsepower and 440 horsepower on the Platinum level is expected to remain in the Ford Expedition for the remainder of the 2023 model year. Additionally, the 2024 Expedition now has a unique Stealth Edition Performance option that provides the highest level of on-road performance. However, with the potential improvements, the MSRP for the base LX trim of the 2024 Expedition is anticipated to start at $52,500. The GMC Yukon, Chevrolet Tahoe, and Nissan Armada will be competitors for the 2024 Expedition.
2024 Ford Expedition Redesign
Given that the testing vehicle had a substantially hidden front and rear fascia, the 2024 Ford Expedition is predicted to have quite a few visual modifications. Another example is the new Timberline Edition, made for off-roading with heavy F-150 Raptor underbody skid plates, off-road wheels, and higher ground clearance.
We do anticipate the Timberland trim to have a more robust exterior with its distinctive outside paint. The outside of the regular variation is given a fresh look, and we anticipate a new set of wheel designs in the typical sizes of 18 inches to 22 inches. Popular colors like Antimatter Blue, Rapid Red Mettalic tri-coat, and Iconic Silver should stay in the standard set of colors.
From the base model up, Ford’s cabin has a surprising amount of space and standard equipment. It’s not surprising to find some defective materials inside, given the size of the trim job, but for the most part, they are well-hidden and simple to overlook. Higher up the spectrum, where models cost above $70,000, it becomes more of an issue. Poor quality components on such a pricey SUV leave a terrible taste.
Even the base XL STX model now has an eight-inch screen with all the latest connectivity features, which speaks well of the infotainment system. The third row must be manually folded down in the base specification, although higher-spec models have power adjustment. Ford’s Co-Pilot 360 comes standard on all trims and has many helpful driving features.
The 3.5L twin-turbocharged V6 engine from the 2023 model year should continue to power the Ford Expedition in 2024. In standard form, the engine produces 375 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque, but in higher trims of the Expedition, the V6 can produce 400 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of torque. The engine is connected to a 10-speed automatic transmission that transfers all of the power to the RWD system by default or the 4WD system if you choose it for $2,050.
The Ford Expedition has a quarter-mile duration of 14.8 seconds, a top speed of 125 mph, and can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 6.2 seconds with the Platinum trim. Additionally, there have been suggestions that it may offer the F-150’s 3.5L Powerboost V6 hybrid engine, which produces 430 horsepower, as an engine option. The towing capacity of the 2024 Expedition is 9,300 pounds.
2024 Ford Expedition Date and Price
A new, decently equipped model, the XL STX, with an MSRP of $50,595, has replaced the previous fleet-spec XL. Starting at $53,410, the XLT trim’s price is followed by a sharp price climb to the Limited, which costs $62,175. With an MSRP of $73,335, The King Ranch represents yet another significant rise. Any model will cost $3,050 more if the 4×4 configuration is added. The Platinum specification costs just $7,375 extra. The $1,695 destination fee for Ford is not included in these costs.