2010 Ford Expedition Interior
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The Ford Expedition has an interior that's remarkable for its ample space and cargo versatility. New for 2010 is the addition of Ford's MyKey system.
- "The main thing to note about the Expedition's interior is its massive size." -- Automobile Magazine
The 2010 Ford Expedition's bucket seats are a hit with reviewers. The third row seats get particular praise for their adult-sized comfort -- which is a rare thing in any vehicle class.
- "Soft cushioning but are supportive enough for extended highway driving . . . Nice job, Ford." -- Cars.com
- "3rd-row accommodations are among the best of any SUV, with adult-sized headroom and legroom on a chair-height bench, though three-adult seating is best reserved for short trips." -- Consumer Guide
- "We . . .stuffed a 6'7" goose in the back. He didn't mind, saying he'd even tolerate riding back there for shorter trips." -- Car and Driver
- The third row has enough space to "to actually keep knees at the seat bottom level rather than forcing a fetal position with knees closer to the chest." -- Edmunds
Opinions vary on the quality of the interior materials for the base model Expedition. Ford's SYNC infotainment system is available and the innovative MyKey system, which allows for individual vehicle settings for different drivers, is new for 2010. Despite the availability of features, some reviewers complain that buyers need to opt for the more expensive trims to get all the goodies.
- "A plethora of hard-plastic panels cheapens Expedition's interior ambiance, even with the available leather upholstery." -- Consumer Guide
- "Rich look and feel," -- The Family Car
- Materials "leave something to be desired," -- Autoweb
- "You need to go up through the trim levels to turn it into a luxurious vehicle." -- Automobile Magazine
When it comes to carrying cargo, the Expedition really shines, beating out competitors for space and convenience.
- "The scaffolding, the ladder, and the halogen-light tripod all fit in the back completely flat, with plenty of room to spare. . . .I say, if you're gonna have a big, gas-guzzling SUV, it might as well have lots of space, and in that regard the Expedition serves its purpose well." -- Automobile Magazine
- The Expedition "will gulp 131 cubic feet of hockey gear, Home Depot scores, double cheeseburgers, or whatever trappings of the suburban life are crammed in." -- Car and Driver