Ford not just infiltrate Jeep’s territory with new car and off-road-focused vehicles, it is following Jeep’s lead in increasing the price of vehicles that have not yet gone on sale. Ford Agency report that in 2022 Explore Timberline, which has not yet made it to Ford retail, received its first price hike. In October, Ford Agency speak It’s been reported from sources “familiar with the Expedition 2022 series” that the off-road-focused large SUV will start at $66,690, plus $1,695 in destination fees, for a total of $68,385. The site’s sources have been contacted for permission FA knowing that the MSRP rose to $68,150 or $69,845 after reaching the destination, an increase of $1,460.
Since the SUV has not been released yet, it is not possible to find the fault of the vehicle rumor price pressure. One effect, however, is that the Expedition Timberline puts more space between it and the road-focused Expedition Limited 4×4, which will start at $1,370 less than the terrain-focused Expedition Timberline instead of over $90 more. la. $1,460 increase also closes the gap between Ford and 2022 Wagoneer Series II 4×4 from $5,460 to exactly $4,000. The rounding of these sums later makes the Expedition increment appear to be a little less than random.
And just for us to remember where we come from, the Timberline replaces the optional FX4 Off-Road Pack that can be fitted on the Expedition XLT for $1,650 to get features like off-road shock absorbers, skidplates, and bumpers. chassis, two-speed shifting, tires, 32-inch tires and an electronic limited-slip differential. The $2,035 FX4 package adds a 360-degree camera to the aforementioned kit, and both of these include the price of switching to all-wheel drive. An XLT with the less expensive option can cost $59,805 before any other option. Expedition Timberline elevates its status with items like steel slides sourced from F-150 Raptor, seven driving modes, Trail Turn Assist available from Broncoand special badges and decorations colour, with a $10,000 premium.