2022 Ford Expedition for Sale in Hyannis, MA
Changes for 2022
The Expedition gets a handful of notable upgrades for 2022. First off, there’s the introduction of the Timberline trim – the most capable Expedition to date. Its rugged character is impossible to ignore, thanks to 33-inch Goodyear Wrangler all-terrain tires on ebony rims, a two-speed transfer case, and Raptor-inspired underbody protection. Plus, it leads the class with 10.6 inches of ground clearance. There’s also the new Stealth Edition Performance Package that’s available for the Limited which shows off an athletic appearance and comes with a sport-tuned suspension and a high-output twin-turbo V6. Most trims now receive a newly standard 12-inch touchscreen, but in the higher-end models, a vertical 15.5-inch touchscreen (which is the largest in its class) is installed. In another newsworthy development, the top-of-the-line Platinum trim gains Ford’s cutting-edge BlueCruise hands-free highway driving assist technology.
Trims, Powertrain, and Towing
The 2022 Expedition is a full-sized SUV that can seat up to eight passengers and is sold in six trims: XL STX, XLT, Limited, Timberline, King Ranch, and Platinum. There’s also an extended-length Expedition Max for every trim except for the base XL STX and trail-oriented Timberline. In addition to increased cargo capacity, the Max models also have a larger 30-gallon fuel tank (five gallons greater than the tank in the regular Expeditions). A turbocharged 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine that produces 375 hp and 470 lb.-ft. of torque is standard in the XL STX, XLT, Limited, and King Ranch.
The Platinum uses a 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 as well, but it makes 400 hp and 480 lb.-ft. of torque. Meanwhile, the Timberline gets an enhanced twin-turbo 3.5-liter V6 that churns out a class-leading 440 hp and 510 lb.-ft. of torque. Both engines are mated to a 10-speed SelectShift automatic transmission that transfers power to a standard rear-wheel drivetrain or an available four-wheel drivetrain with terrain management (the Timberline is the only trim that comes standard with 4WD). With the optional Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow Package, the ‘22 Expedition can tow a class-best 9,300 pounds (the Max models are capped at 9,000 lb.).
Amenities By Trim
The two-row, five-passenger XL STX comes with a ton of notable features. These include automatic high beams, heated side mirrors, roof rack side rails, rear privacy glass, a Class IV trailer hitch receiver, 18-inch wheels, keyless entry, remote and push-button ignition, a power-adjustable driver’s seat, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, tri-zone automatic climate control, an overhead console sunglasses holder and conversation mirror, a universal garage door opener, illuminated vanity mirrors, 15 beverage holders, four 12-volt power outlets, two front and rear smart-charging USB ports, and a 40/20/40-split folding and reclining second-row bench seat. The XLT gains a 60/40-split power folding and reclining third row seat which increases seating capacity to eight. It also has running boards and an auto-dimming rearview mirror.
The Limited receives rain-sensing wipers, LED headlights and fog lights, power-folding and driver’s side auto-dimming side mirrors with turn-signal indicators, position memory settings (for the side mirrors, driver’s seat, and power-adjustable pedals), 20-inch wheels, a hands-free liftgate, Intelligent Access (allows you to unlock the vehicle without taking the key fob out of your pocket or purse), ambient interior lighting, heated and ventilated front seats and second-row captain’s chairs (which reduce seating to seven), a power-adjustable front passenger’s seat, leather upholstery, a heated steering wheel, a wireless phone charger, two third-row smart-charging USB ports, and a 110-volt power outlet.
The off-road-ready Timberline mostly builds off the XLT (although it does come with the Limited’s rain-sensing wipers, hands-free liftgate, LED headlights and fog lights, power-adjustable pedals, Intelligent Access, memory settings, heated steering wheel, wireless charging pad, third-row USB ports, and 110-volt power outlet) with a dual exhaust, a heavy-duty engine radiator, an electronic limited-slip differential, underbody protection, a two-speed transfer case, off-road shocks, 10.6 inches of ground clearance, Trail Control (which works with the braking and throttle systems to provide more control on rough terrain), 18-inch wheels with 33-inch all-terrain tires, and unique interior and exterior trim. The King Ranch inherits the captain’s chairs and comes with special badges and emblems, Stone Gray exterior trim, 22-inch wheels, unique leather upholstery, a 12.4-inch digital gauge cluster, and the Panoramic Vista Roof.
The Platinum has many of the same upscale features as the King Ranch, but it doesn’t come with its exclusive badges and emblems. This trim also tops the range with satin aluminum exterior trim, a continuously controlled damping suspension, massaging front seats, and active noise control technology. Many of those high-end features can be ordered in the lower-level trims as options, and every trim is eligible for the Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow Package, which will stock an upgraded radiator, trailer backup assist, and a trailer brake controller.
Advanced Safety Aids
Every ‘22 Expedition trim receives Ford Co-Pilot360, the automaker’s suite of driver-assist features. In the XL STX and XLT, it includes a blind-spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert, lane keeping assist, and pre-collision assist with automatic emergency braking. The Limited and Timberline add Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist+ with adaptive cruise control, navigation, front parking sensors, evasive steering assist, and blind-spot assist. The King Ranch is supplied with Ford CoPilot Assist 2.0, which issues a surround-view camera system and active parking assist, while the Platinum gets BlueCruise, Ford’s hands-free highway driving system. This exciting technology semi-autonomously operates the Expedition – while a monitor makes sure that the driver’s attention is on the road – using adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go, automatic lane centering, and speed sign recognition. It works on approximately 130,000 miles of certified roadway in North America.
The sophisticated Ford SYNC 4 infotainment system is standard in every trim (although the two highest trims upgrade to the SYNC 4A version). In the XL STX, the setup includes a 12-inch touchscreen with voice recognition, wireless smartphone integration (Android Auto and Apple CarPlay), connected navigation, Bluetooth hands-free phone and audio streaming, a six-speaker audio system, and an onboard Wi-Fi hotspot via FordPass Connect. The XLT and Timberline come with SiriusXM satellite radio, while the Limited receives a deluxe 12-speaker Bang & Olufsen (B&O) audio system and HD radio. The King Ranch and Platinum adopt the SYNC 4A infotainment system with a 15.5-inch touchscreen and a best-in-class 22-speaker B&O audio system.
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