14. Ford Expedition
At the peak of the SUV boom, the Explorer was selling like hotcakes. But to get a full-size offering, you had to go to a GM lot. Ford launched the Expedition. The full-size SUV is based on the F-series truck just like the Bronco was. But it offers a plethora of features such as seven-passenger seating and an available rear entertainment system. Expedition owners keep their vehicles an average of nine years, and the truck is extremely cheap to fix.
Because most of the Expedition parts are interchangeable with the F-150, customers love the affordability. But the Expedition was also a well-built truck with the 4.7L Triton V8 under the hood. As the years progressed, the Expedition has only gotten better, offering a refined interior. The optional Expedition EX-L offers an extended wheelbase similar to the Suburban. The Expedition also has a pretty capable off-road function with push-button results that make the SUV great for camping. Overall, the Expedition gives owners many things to be relished.