The Ford Expedition is a full-size SUV assembled by the American automaker Ford Motor Company. Introduced as the four-door successor of the two-door Ford Bronco, the Expedition has remained in production since the 1997 model year; it is currently in its third model generation. Sold in regular and extended lengths, the F-150-based Expedition is largest SUV currently sold by the company; the extended length (Expedition EL/Max) sold since 2007 is largely the replacement for the Super Duty-based Ford Excursion. For its entire production life, the Lincoln Navigator luxury SUV has shared its chassis and body with the Ford Expedition (the Expedition was never marketed by Mercury prior to its 2010 closure).
The Ford Expedition SUV is the third Ford vehicle to use the nameplate within Ford. First used on a 1992 F-150 Eddie Bauer concept vehicle, the name reappeared on the two-door Ford Explorer Sport as a trim level for 1995 before its shift to the subsequent full-size SUV.
The Ford Expedition was originally assembled in Wayne, Michigan. In 2009, Ford shifted production to Louisville, Kentucky, as the Wayne assembly plant was retooled to build the Ford Focus.