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“Well after 7 years and 80,00 miles I am still excited...”

Written on: 12/06/2004 by CYCLINGFRENZY (1 review written)

Well after 7 years and 80,00 miles I am still excited about turning the key in my Ford Expedition every morning. I have gotten 20.3 mpg on a trip from fairfax, va. To virginia beach, but it normally does 18+, it seems to like 80 mph (smile). I have used synthetic oil since 12,000 miles and change it every 6k. The leather seats still look nice and are a joy because their not cold in the winter and not hot in the summer. My first set of tires were replaced at 58,000 miles (they still had hi-way… Read Full Review

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Mr Shoot2Kill's Response to CYCLINGFRENZY's Review

Written on: 16/06/2004

Sorry, you're not getting 20.3 mpg. More like 18, even at highway speeds. And yeah, the 42 ft turning circle is pretty sweet... if you're in a half empty parking lot or out in the middle of nowhere. I can think of PLENTY of better family vehicles that are safer AND more economical. Safety and economy should be the first things a person thinks of when buying a vehicle for his/her family. They're only safer to an extent, frontal crashes aren't as common as you think. If you do the research, many wrecks involve running off the road into a ditch, hitting a tree, or broadsides. I've seen a GMC Yukon tipped on it's side by a Mercury Sable, which was delivering pizza. The little girl in the Yukon had her leg amputated because it was so badly damaged when it got caught under the vehicle when the window busted out. Yep, they're safe. I think of safety before I think about how few mpg it gets. And big deal if it has room, you probably don't need it and you'll probably never use it. Hardly anybody who owns a gas-guzzling SUV needs all that room. They just like knowing it's there... I don't get why having so much room is so important that you have to insist on destroying the ozone layer just to have it. You're selfish and ignorant, and you should have learned that by now.

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