Got Navigator taste on a Ford budget….or have you just got some serious work or play on your agenda?

Whatever’s on your plate, Ford’s re-designed 2015 Expedition is probably up to the job.

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The Expedition is Ford’s “Big Guy”…an 8-passenger real truck-based SUV that’s got the “bones” to do some heavy-haulin’.

Regardless as to what level of trim you order, your Expedition will come as a three-row, 8-passenger “can-do” vehicle powered by Ford’s 3.5 liter, 365 HP EcoBoost six cylinder running through a six-speed auto.

The entry-level “XLT” will start in the low to mid-$40’s….with the top-of-the-line Platinum versions touching $60 depending up on equipment. Your call as to how “lux” you want to ride.

Even the base XLT comes with reverse sensors, fold-flat third-row seating, a leather-wrapped telescoping steering wheel, rear-view cam, power-adjustable foot pedals and more.

Ante up a little less than 10K more and the Limited gives you heated and cooled perforated leather-trimmed front buckets, dual-zone AC, power up and down for your third row, a power rear liftgate, 20” alloys, forward parking sensors, and rain-sensing wipers.

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Add 4 or 5 thousand more and get a King Ranch or Platinum….with power running boards and just about everything else except the Nav’s puddle lights!

Standard 2-wheel-drive is rated at 16 mpg city and 22 highway.

4-wheel-drive will run you around $3,000 more and cost one mpg.

Need more? All ’15 Expeditions are available in “L” versions….getting you around 15 extra inches in length. Even the regular Expedition has 18.1 cu ft. of storage behind the third row. The “L” pumps this up to a huge 42.6 cu. ft.

The surcharge for an “L” is just around $2,650- $2,700.

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How large do you want to roll?