The 2021 Ford Expedition Platinum is a trim level of the Expedition that starts out at $82,725, making it one of the higher trim levels available for this model. It is rated at 14.1 L of fuel per 100 km of driving in the city and 10.6 L of fuel consumption when driving the same distance on the highway. Below, you can learn about seating features and exterior convenience features of the 2021 Ford Expedition Platinum, along with a detailed look at its CDC system. Visit Sherwood Ford to find your own 2021 Ford Expedition Platinum here in Sherwood Park, AB.
How many passengers can the 2021 Ford Expedition Platinum hold? It has seating for up to eight people including the driver. Seating is split into three rows with the best seats in the house saved for the driver and front passenger. What makes them the best seats? They feature Active Motion technology that can take the stress off of your body during long drives. The front seats are also heated, ventilated, and multi-contour. All of these features add up to one extremely comfortable ride.
We often focus on what is inside a vehicle when it comes to convenience. After all, that’s where we spend the most time, but a lot can be said for the small conveniences that you’ll experience outside of your vehicle’s cabin as well. For one, the 2021 Ford Expedition Platinum offers power-deployable running boards with polished stainless accents. In other words, it has a step that can fold away for more aerodynamics. Other convenience features on the exterior of the 2021 Ford Expedition Platinum include LED lighting, automatic headlights, roof side rails, a capless fuel filler, front tow hooks, and more.
The CDC system stands for Continuously Controlled Damping System. This system is designed to do two things. First, it makes the ride smoother for passengers inside the cabin by providing protection against jarring impacts. Second, it helps mitigate tire repair costs by keeping them firmly on the road and preventing bouncing.