Ford Excursion Accessories & Parts
The Ford Excursion debuted for the 2000 model year as a full-size SUV. It was constructed on the Ford's Super-Duty truck platform and stood as the brand's largest SUV, going head to head with its rival, the Chevy Suburban. The model was made available in two trim levels: base XLT and the luxurious Limited. Standard was a 5.4L V8 capable of around 255 horsepower and 350 pounds-per-foot of torque. A 6.8L V10 (310 hp) and a 7.3L turbodiesel V8 (235 hp) engines were available as options. All engine configurations were mated to a four-speed automatic transmission and the Excursion was offered as both front and four-wheel drive. The model measured in with a wheelbase of 137.1 inches, a width of 80 inches, a height of 80.2 inches, an overall length of 226.7 inches, and a curb weight of 7,190 pounds. Only minor changes were made to the Ford Excursion parts in the beginning. 2001 saw the 7.3L turbodiesel get a jump in horsepower up to 250. In 2002, the width of the Ford Excursion was lowered slightly to 79.9 inches and the height on the four-wheel drive version was raised to 80.4 inches.
In 2003, the Eddie Bauer trim joined the lineup and slotted in between the base XLT and the upscale Limited. Ford made available a five-speed automatic transmission as an optional part for the Ford Escursion. A year later, Ford got rid of the 7.3L turbodiesel to make room instead for a 6.0L turbodiesel V8 that showcased 325 horsepower, which was an increase of over 100 hp compared to the original 7.3 configuration. The new engine offered cleaner emissions and an increase in torque, as well. Of course, if there is one thing the Ford Excursion is perhaps most widely recognized for, it is its size. The Ford Excursion has elicited a tow rating of 11,000 pounds and can fit up to nine passengers. It was in this area that the Ford Excursion stood above its competition most notably. Amongst other Ford Excursion parts there was the BlockerBeam, which was a rollbar placed under the bumper that would stop other vehicles from getting caught under it in the event of a collision.
On the inside of the Ford Excursion was an interior meant more for everyday usage than straight-up comfort and luxury, although the overall size of the model allowed for more comfort when it came to seating than its rivals. Standard Ford Excursion accessories and features included cruise control, power windows and locks, a CD stereo, and a rear air conditioner. In higher trim levels, options such as heated seats, rear audio controls, and power-adjustable pedals were showcased, as well. More recent add-ons like a rear DVD-entertainment center and in-dash CD audio system were also available. The Ford Excursion was discontinued in 2005 due to sagging sales and growing fuel prices. But during its time in production, the Excursion received its fair amount of praise. In 2000, the model was nominated to Car and Driver magazine's prestigious Ten Best List. In 2004, AutoWeek dubbed the Ford Excursion "a fantastic work vehicle."
Big and tough, the Ford Excursion is known for its ability to haul passengers and cargo like no other SUV that came before it. It has power, utility, and dependability, but then again, what else would you expect from a Ford vehicle built for drivers that need it all? Some drivers want an SUV in order to cruise with a refined sense of confidence. Others need one because of what their lifestyle dictates and are always clamoring for extra space and seating. With the Ford Excursion, everyone's desires are met with uncompromising style.
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- Ford Excursion Models
- Excursion Eddie Bauer Accessories
- Excursion Limited Accessories
- Excursion XLS Accessories
- Excursion XLT Accessories