Overall great travel vehicle
Overall- great ride, good power, good MPG, plenty of room. Nicely featured. So far no complaints- 66,000 miles Great for trips - lots of storage space.
ONE SICK BLACK BEAUTY
Bought my Ford Expedition Max last July 2021 it had 28,000 miles. Not long after noticed transmission slipping. Took it to Larry H Miller Super Ford in Salt Lake City they try to convince me the vehicle was designed to act like that. Took my car to Tranmission Specialist West Valley City. They went for a test drive with me and in 15 minutes the specialist knew the problem. The problem was called neutralizing. The transmission was going into neutral at anytime. June 2022 Ford realized I was right all along. Ford finally replaced my transmission. One week later an image of a wrench came on my dash. The left side of my Turbo went out. Ford replaced the part and one week later the right side TurboTax went out. Since then I have had numerous problems electrical with my Ford. This is November 18th, 2022 and my Ford is in the Dealership with 23 bad codes. It is the beginning of the winter season in Salt Lake City, Utah and again I an losing money because not o ly do I drive for Lyft and Uber I have Amen Limousine. On a full day I can make $300 to $400. Bad part is also I can't get a rental vehicle. I am going to keep researching to find out if customers have had the same issues.
It's a nice car, spacious 7 seater with a lot of technology, however, issues started before our first oil change, 22k miles later and less than a year continmued to drive with a passenger door not latching unless hard slammed, the interior chrome wrapping is starting to bubble, rear defrost weld came off, wipper arm discconected, rear wiper accessory fell off and the acceleration is getting worst. Dealership told me nothing is covered under warranty, Contacted Ford and after they've requested a few personal info, they went silent. Two dealers are asking me to pay for repairs.