Directed those who want to add the Expedition Max to their fleet of business vehicles, the XL comes with very basic features, some of which are shared with the XLT, but it’s safe to say that this trim level means business and isn’t particularly concerned with the frills. This is shown through it’s basic, outdated 4.2-inch LCD screen that serves as the central infotainment system and its absence of modern features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, but at least the fleet-focused SUV boasts standard cruise control. The XL is a good consideration for an extended-wheelbase business lineup and is relatively affordable for the segment.
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Center Console Delete Deletes armrest and storage bin w/lid, Vinyl 2nd Row Seating, Electronic Limited Slip w/3.73 Axle Ratio, Wheels: 17" Steel, Vinyl Floor Covering, Column Shifter, Running Board Delete, Tires: P265/70R17 AT OWL *CREDIT*