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People who are looking for a sports utility vehicle that has really ample interior space will find the Ford Excursion their best and ideal option. This vehicle has the capacity to carry a maximum of nine people inside its cabin. Its closest rivals include the Chevrolet Suburban and the GMC Yukon XL, but the Ford Excursion is six inches taller. It’s also 7 inches longer and 2,000 pounds heavier. It is equipped with rear-wheel drive or a four-wheel drive configuration. The Ford Excursion is available in three trim levels including XLT, Eddie Bauer and Limited.

This vehicle keeps the traditional Ford styles intact. This includes the four side doors along with the wider rear doors. These help and facilitate access to the rear and center doors. The Ford Excursion also has power adjustable pedals and the entire vehicle is powered by a diesel engine. This Ford Excursion engine also features a Tow-Haul mode that has a maximum of 11,000 pounds of towing power. The engine also has cleaner emissions and boasts improved fuel consumption.

The Ford Excursion is considered to be beastly in size. It is the king of large sports utility vehicles. It has all-terrain tires that give the vehicle the ability to handle rough, hilly, and incline roads, as well as snowy and slippery roads. This vehicle is capable of going places that seem inaccessible to other heavy-duty trucks. Despite the weight and size of the Ford Excursion, the vehicle is still easy to maneuver.

Driving the Ford Excursion would give you the feeling of safety and security. The vehicle is also highly functional as it can carry cargo and people. It can also tow a large trailer and other things like boats. The design of this vehicle is based on Ford’s F-series Super Duty pickup trucks. The Ford Excursion’s rear cargo is divided into three ways. This arrangement offers greater and better visibility when driving backwards.

Standard and optional features and equipment for the Ford Excursion include four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes (ABS), tilt steering wheel, cruise control, 40/20/40 split front bench seat, split front seat 60/40 folding second-row seat, a folding/removable third-row seat, heated power mirrors, power windows, power door locks, a remote keyless entry system, an AM/FM stereo/ cassette/CD player, 16-inch chrome steel wheels, a floor console, automatic headlights, rear-seat audio controls, power rear windows, a reverse sensing system, automatic climate control, a trip computer, adjustable pedals power, two-tone leather seating surfaces, cherry wood interior trim, illuminated running boards, a six-disc in-dash CD changer, heated front seats , memory seats and pedals, steering wheel-mounted audio and climate controls, a HomeLink transmitter and an overhead console.

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