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Ford produces highly popular vehicles such as the Excursion, and they are commonly spotted on the American highway. The Excursion has a reputation as an excellent vehicle but with wear the best-built cars and trucks can't function without mechanical service and new aftermarket or OEM parts. Use www.partsgeek.com whenever you want the best quality auto parts to be rewarded with our excellent customer service and a good price with every order. The reliability and solid performance that belong to a Ford Excursion argue for regularly buying replacement and aftermarket components with equal value; high-quality parts don't have to break the bank. It seems like the most annoying aspect about doing work on your car or truck is looking for a good source of quality parts. If your Ford needs maintenance, the sensible approach is buying a new top-quality replacement or OEM auto part to restore your car in optimum shape. On those occasions when you're going to need Ford Excursion parts, the best approach is to shop for the best quality parts and accessories on the market - and if you get parts from PartsGeek you also find the most affordable prices around all done with world class order fulfillment. Durable auto parts are what repair techs need to keep your Ford in running order however rough the roads.


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Ford Excursion

Introduced in 1999, the Ford Excursion went out of production in 2005 for the North American market and in 2006 for Mexico. It was an extended SUV based on the Ford F-250 Super Duty line of trucks. It was a direct competitor for the 2500-series of the Chevy Suburban and GMC Yukon XL. In 2007, Ford launched the Expedition EL, or the Expedition Max in Canada and Mexico.

The Ford Excursion was not only based on the Ford F-250 Super Duty but it also shared most of its chassis components. The wheelbase, width and front and rear tracks, front and rear suspensions as well as the steering gear were the same as The Super Duty. The four wheel drive models were offered with an NV273 transfer case. Its fuel economy was reported at 12 to 15 miles per gallon. From a safety perspective, Ford included a blocker beam which was a tubular steel fixture mounted below and behind the front bumper - this was designed to prevent the Excursion from driving up the windscreen of another vehicle in the event of a head-on collision. Similarly, a Class IV trailer hitch was made a standard equipment in order to avoid under-riding, should a smaller vehicle crash into the Excursion from the rear. With three-row seating, the Ford Excursion could accommodate nine passengers.

By 2004, the Ford Excursion was offered in four trim levels - base XLS, XLT, Eddie Bauer and the Limited. The Ford Triton V8, a 5.4 L producing 190 kW power would be the standard engine on both the XLT and the Limited. The Ford Triton V10, 6.8 L engine generating 231 kW and the Ford Power Stroke 7.3 L turbodiesel engine, producing 175 kW were also available as options. The latter was upgraded to generate 186 kW in 2001. It was subsequently de-commissioned in 2004 and was eventually replaced by a Ford Power Stroke 6.0 L engine which could crank up a power of 242 kW. The 6.0 L had a five-speed automatic transmission and was adjudged the best suited to lifting and hauling of heavy loads. The rest had four-speed automatic transmission.

It was initially received very well and sales peaked in the model year 2000. Its sheer mass attracted many customers. Rising petrol prices and low fuel-economy caused its sales to dip thereafter though. Parking, too, was a big challenge. However, if you are still owning a Ford Excursion and want your vehicle to be comprised of nothing less than authentic Ford Excursion aftermarket parts and Ford Excursion interior parts, please log on to PartsGeek.com for more details. Whether you are on the lookout for Ford Excursion performance parts or hunting for Ford Excursion parts catalog, PartsGeek.com should have you covered.



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