Ford specializes in larger cars that do more and look better. It's no surprise that the Expedition is a category topper across a variety of rating platforms. It easily delivers exceptional performance alongside simplistic styling with awesome cargo options.
Style Influences

All of the components making up the Expedition come together to influence your impression. It's a vehicle that is the perfect combination between a pickup truck and an SUV, which is why it begins its compositional make-up with all-aluminum body panels. It looks better than any truck and is cohesive in a way that other vehicles in its class simply can't match. The designers knew it was a bit boxy, and so they played it up, they made it angular and sharp. Full of sleek lines, precise angles and simplistic stylizations, it's easy to see why the vehicle looks so well done. The big wheels amp up the appeal of the power and the clean-cut, chiseled look of the front paired with a more understated grille make it easily comparable to the F-150.
The Interior

Like any large SUV, there's an emphasis on creature comforts. The Expedition drips luxury, especially since it only appears in upper-class trims any way. You'll find most of the business-end controls firmly plants in the center console, like the rotary shifter, the four-wheel drive system, and it follows up on to the dash where you'll find hearty sized knobs and buttons rather than shirking for that sought after physicality for a mere touch screen that seems impersonal and, potentially, full of future glitches. You'll find that the Platinum trim is equally as impressive as the machine itself. The designers didn't pull any punches when they delivered carefully stitched leather seating and details and combined it with real wood paneling and little spots of chrome detailing to make the entire interior seem like a luxury brand model.
The Ford Super Duty has never been a pedestrian truck. It's a vehicle that's ideally meant for the ideal American worker. It's outfitted with an overly generous payload and incredible power because it's made to get those hard jobs done without complaint. Every model year brings impressive updates with it, and the aluminum body on the new Super Dutys have to be one of our favorite upgrades from the entire lineup. What's exceptional about the Super Duty models (and always has been) is the ability to outfit them however you'd like. You can either equip them with a variety of luxury fittings, or you can make it purely utilitarian with stripped down finishes, rubber mats so you can hose everything off when you're done with a job and more. It's always been highly customizable, and nothing has changed this year in that regard but a few other things have.

New Engines and Rides

With a Super Duty truck, you're looking at tons of power which is a result of a big engine. The aluminum body version features a huge 6.7 liter Power Stroke diesel that can boast 935 lb-ft of torque. That means it can tow around 32,500 pounds if you really need to. Even the standard weighs in at 385-hp with a 6.2 liter V8 that can brag about 430 lb-ft of torque. Most reviews of the 2020 Super Duty are astonished at the ease with which these models are able to tug along a variety of things the size of a small house without much pause. They're also surprisingly maneuverable and easier to handle than a truck of this size and power usually is. The ride is meant to make pulling a huge load and transporting your equipment for a big job fun and it totally succeeds at meeting those expectations.

Styling An Icon

When the Ford designers started on this truck, they knew they had to create something unforgettable and they delivered. The fashioning of the sheet metal and the interior let the other drivers know that there's not an ounce of car influence in the way this truck was crafted. This time, Ford toned down some of the more masculine aspects of the vehicle in favor of straight lines and a streamlined, somewhat elegant styling option instead. The clean lines of the truck turn the appearance of the truck away from boxing and make it look like a natural element on the road: clean-cut, sharp and dangerous. Perhaps the best thing to admire about the truck itself is the fashion in which Ford has managed to balance both luxury and utility in a fashion that's simply not matched in other trucks. It's utilitarian to the bone, so when leather and better quality aspects are added to the design of the truck, it pulls off a seamless transition because of its firm base.
The Bells and Whistles

The Super Duty is one of the more extraordinary vehicles in the Ford lineup simply because of its many hidden talents. At first glance, it looks very rough and tumble but it's known for transporting people and cargo in complete comfort. This is especially unexpected, but the plush versions of the Super Duty can impress even the most cynical critics as it really delivers on luxury. With four-door models, you can comfortably fit 6-foot tall people into the cab without having to make them duck, and the in-cabin storage is superior because Ford is always clever about where to store sneaky compartments that make transporting your toolbox around or even just keeping your drill always on hand easy.  Plus, you can always opt for vinyl flooring and skip car carpets altogether on any trim level you'd like which is, in and of itself, a luxury. What some folks don't realize is that you can even upgrade to massaging seats that have multi-contour applications for your back and other pressure points. It's the perfect mix of comfy and practical.
Test Drive a Super Duty In Oneonta

Wanna know just how plush and yet utilitarian the 2020 Ford Super Duty truck can be? Come find out. We're so eager to help you find the perfect truck to help you get your work done and get you where you need to go. As we all know in Oneonta, a truck is more than a means of transportation. Come test drive our brand new Super Duty models in all different trims today.

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