2022 Ford Expedition XLT Gallery

A closer look at Ford’s full-size SUV.

We just wrapped up a week with the 2022 Ford Expedition XLT, and came away impressed with the truck itself but let down by its incessant nannying. We love the strong engine, smooth transmission, and comfortable interior, but hate the cacophony of warning bings and bongs that sound every time you turn it on or shut it off. Without them, it would be high on our list of tow-rig options.

The Expedition has had a familiar face for a long time now, but it remains a handsome and instantly recognizable beast.Zach Bowman
With a 2022 Yamaha RMAX2 1000 Sport behind it, the Expedition accelerates effortlessly, thanks to 470 pound-feet of torque from its 3.5-liter twin-turbo V-6.Zach Bowman
The massive screen on the center console dedicates all its real estate to the backup camera with the truck in reverse, which makes hooking up your trailer super easy.Aaron Richardson
The gauge cluster is a nice mix of very modern and old-school, with an analog speedometer and tachometer flanking a digital readout. Side note: 18 mpg in mixed driving is nothing to sneeze at for a 5,600-pound vehicle with 380 horsepower. Aaron Richardson
The big multifunction wheel is very handsome, and fronts an interior that is well appointed and comfortable, even in middle-of-the-road XLT trim.Aaron Richardson
With the two rear rows of seats folded, there is more than enough room for all manner of gear and/or activities. Aaron Richardson
The Expedition has a tiny turning radius, especially for a vehicle this size, which makes maneuvering a trailer around a parking lot or tight city streets that much easier.Zach Bowman
The Expedition’s tow hitch sits nice and low, which means you can get your tongue weight dialed perfectly without a massive drop hitch.Zach Bowman
Hankook Dynapros wrap 20-inch aluminum wheels on our tester, though 18-inch rolling stock is standard.Zach Bowman
The 2-inch hitch receiver is a very solid piece of gear and comes with both a four-pin and seven-pin plug. Everything falls easily to hand, and when you’re not using it a plastic panel covers the whole thing.Zach Bowman
When you don’t need the tow hitch, it hides neatly behind a plastic panel in the rear bumper.Aaron Richardson
There’s no mistaking what this thing is from the back.Zach Bowman
With a starting price just north of $57,000, the Expedition XLT slots right in with its full-size competitors.Aaron Richardson

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