of the 2008 Ford Expedition EL. Base trim shown.
From the Cars.com Vehicle Test Team
- Ride quality and highway stability
- Third-row space
- Steering feel and maneuverability
- Power-folding third row option
- Towing capacity
- EL as alternative to Suburban
- Fuel economy
- Spongy brake pedal feel
- Faux wood trim
- Tilt-only steering wheel
Rearview camera option
King Ranch version returns
New power running board option
Stability system with roll stability control
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10 Years Young. 232K Miles. Ford makes 'em great!
My 2008 Expedition King Ranch runs, looks and maintains like a new car. Thank You Ford for building reliability, looks and comfort into the King Ranch line. I will be buying another King Ranch in 2019... Read full review
My 2nd Expedition!
All the room in the world. Tows anything. Very safe. Looks great. Poor fuel mileage. No USB. No Bluetooth. Because of year. Read full review
The 2008 Ford Expedition EL currently has 0 recalls