» »

Reviews for Ford Expedition years:

  1. (5)
  2. (9)
  3. (2)
  4. (9)
  5. (2)
  6. (3)
  7. (3)
  8. (12)
  9. (13)
  10. (5)
  11. (1)
  12. (2)
  13. (0)
  14. (0)
  15. (1)
  16. (0)
  17. (0)

Owners' Reviews

2006 Ford Expedition Reviews and Owner Comments

 
2006 Ford Expedition
5 Reviews
Write Your Review
Overall Score (5 reviews)
  • Body, Interior & Misc.
  • Engine
  • Brakes
  • Exhaust & Emissions
  • Drive Train
  • Heating & Air Conditioning
  • Electrical & Lights
  • Suspension & Steering
2006 Ford Expedition Owner Reviews (5 reviews)
  • 2006 Ford Expedition
    Visitor, Washington, PA, September 28, 2012 22:24
    if you have less than 97000 miles on the 2006 expedition xlt get rid of it quick. it becomes super expensive after this.88k mls. transmission coolent hoses $600,97k mls.fuel module $400,97700mls rebuilt transmission $3300,98000 mls. gear box 4x4 notyet repaired but i know it's going to be expensive. then theres all the blistered paint.
    Flag This
  • 2006 Ford Expedition
    kjb, Smithtown, NY, November 29, 2010 23:39
     Enthusiast
    I previously had a 1997 Expedition with no problems at all so I was very excited to purchas the 2006, which at the time only had 16,000 miles on it in July of 06,. However I have had a few issues that are very pesty. The front driver seat gets too hot when the seat warmer is turned on. The tire pressure sensor light goes on for no reason and I have had an engine knock for some time now. I also hear a thud when taking off from a full stop sometimes.
    Flag This
  • 2006 Ford Expedition
    Visitor, Corpus Christi, TX, June 17, 2010 00:12
    i have a 1997 ford expedition. something is wrong with my rear tire on the passanger side. it makes a nasty clunking sound as if the tire wants to fall offf. one mechanic said it was the rear ball joints going out. then another said there is no ball joints in bak i have no idea whos right or wrong i dont want to spend money on something my truck does not need. its been parked for about a week. i recently moved it and fluid started gushing out of what seemed to be was axel tire area. i dont know what im dealing with and what the problem could be. if u have any info on what could be wrong please email me to redskittles1406@yahoo.com thanks
    Flag This
  • 2006 Ford Expedition
    ase-gearhead, San Jose, CA, January 03, 2010 22:59
     Rookie
    1998 blus xlt- 4x4 had it since 99 was off a rental yard.(was in an accident) 2010 and has 320,000 miles 2 alternators 1 serptine belt-changed at 220,000 4 ignition coils changed plugs every 100k 1 front cv axle 2 maf sensors 1 driver door lock 1 driver side exhaust gasket 1 starter. 2 lower ball joints and a whole lot of fuel filters and syn oil This truck grew up with me..through my single days to the family days=) from spinning in circles, jumping curbs, big trails ...now to kids games church on Sundays and wifey to the mall and i still drive with a heavy foot and drive it like a truck. I love this truck but daddy wants a new toy but cant get the excuse to get one...guess old blue loves me too..
    Flag This
  • 2006 Ford Expedition
    bkoz, North Richland Hills, TX, December 10, 2009 14:28
     Enthusiast
    After owning dozens of cars my life, this by far is the worst vehicle ever. Very high maintenance with many issues. Rough idle at start, hesitation issues, electrical issues. etc. I went against my better judgment going after the 0% financing for 72 months and now I know why they had to do that. I went from a Tahoe to this because of the automated fold flat 3rd row seats and the nice financing but never again. i do not feel like this truck will last 100k. Buy this for a disposable vehicle and get rid of it before it gives you too many problems.
    Flag This
Ask a Question