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  1. VENOM1

    VENOM1 6.0MAN Established Member

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    The wife is convinced she needs one of these after seeing one with the stealth package on it. I have to admit, they’re badass looking. Anyways, hoping someone here may own one and provide insight on them.
     
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    svtfocus2cobra Opprimere, Velocitas, Violentia Operandi Established Member

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    I have spent a good amount of time in the 2018s and they are badass rides! Definitely more livable than the Navigators as those things are almost too nice to use as a family vehicle if you have young kids. I loved every bit of driving the new Expeditions though. Everything about them feels good.
     
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    1wild-horse Relax! I'm a Doctor! Established Member

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    Except the price! Wife and I have been looking at them for awhile. My cheap ass just can't swallow 60k for the kiddos to trash. I know they can be had cheaper, you don't know my wife lol!
     
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    SID297 OWNER/ADMIN Staff Member Administrator

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    The Expy/Navi is the best full size SUV going.
     
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    TK1299 Get on the banned wagon Premium Member Established Member

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    My wife has a 2014 Expedition and we were going to upgrade, but to get the options she wanted the vehicle came out to be over 70k. That’s a hard pill to swallow, even if you have the money
     
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  6. VENOM1

    VENOM1 6.0MAN Established Member

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    I get employee pricing and was able to find a 2019 demo car that we are saving an additional $8k on. Pretty sure we are going to jump on it. I'll be sure to post pictures.
     
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    Blk04L . . . Premium Member Established Member

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    We have a 18. Wife likes it a lot.

    Got her a 2wd version and the overall MPG so far is 20.4, but we do more hwy driving.
    The 10 speed is flawless so far. Sport mode is fun.
    I want to upgrade the brakes, but I think it's more due to me driving a SRT Jeep and being used to those brakes.
     
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  8. Grabber

    Grabber Yep... Established Member

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    They are definitely nice SUV's, but, are grossly expensive.

    As big as they are, I hope your wife isn't 5'2, LOL. Just kidding man.
     
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    VENOM1 6.0MAN Established Member

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    My wife is tall for a women at 5'9". Looking forward to dropping by Livernois Motorsports after ceramic coating and full clear bra.
     
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    13COBRA Resident Ford Dealer Premium Member Established Member

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    We sell the heck out of them.

    If you guys decide to go that route, at least give me a shot of pricing one to you.
     
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    VENOM1 6.0MAN Established Member

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    I have a 17 explorer sport and recently had a brand new expedition max as a rental up in montana for a few days. Really liked the expedition, handled well and its pretty quick for the size too.
     
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    SLOWBRA Well-Known Member Premium Member Established Member

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    We went from a 16 Explorer Sport to an 18 Expedition Limited Max 4wd. Love this beast. It took a few months to have it built the way we wanted it, but we are picky :).

    I use it to tow my cars often and we take a good amount of road trips. The performance/power is amazing. Happy to answer any questions you may have about it. I can’t see us going back to a smaller ride after driving this thing.
     
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