One of the higher-end trims that Ford has offered on its trucks and SUVs is called King Ranch. That trim disappeared for the Expedition for a while, but it is returning for the 2020 Ford Expedition. The King Ranch trim has always been a rugged, western-themed trim package that reminds of saddles and ranching as the name implies. The King Ranch trim has been missing as part of the Expedition line since the 2017 model year.
Reports indicate that the 2020 Ford Expedition King Ranch (not pictured) will sit between the Limited and Platinum grades. 2020 Ford Expedition King Ranch buyers will need to cough up at least $74,290 with the destination charge. Ford will offer the King Ranch trim on the Expedition and Expedition Max SUVs.
The equipment in the 2020 Ford Expedition King Ranch will be nearly identical to the Limited with Equipment Group 302A. That means it will have a panoramic roof, LED lights, enhanced park assist, and other tidbits. The SUV will feature Co-Pilot360, a standard feature across the entire 2020 Expedition line.
Co-Pilot 360 adds auto emergency braking, blind-spot warning, lane-departure warning, and automatic high beams. Power is from a 3.5-liter EcoBoost with a 10-speed automatic. Setting King Ranch versions apart from others in the line will be Stone Gray trim on bumpers, power running boards, and roof rails. Del Rio leather will be standard on all seats, door trim, armrests, steering wheel, and center console.
The King Ranch logo will be prominent on all three rows of seats, the floor mats, and the scuff plates. The King Ranch Expedition will roll on machined aluminum wheels with darker painted pockets. The 2020 Ford Expedition King Ranch starts at $77, 290, $3,500 more than the Expedition Limited with Equipment Group 302A. All-wheel drive pushes the price to $77,420. The two-wheel-drive King Ranch Expedition Max starts at $76,985. For those unhappy with the power from the 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine, a stock Ford Expedition with a tune made 464 horsepower.