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2022 Ford Expedition Rear Seat Entertainment System Delayed

The refreshed 2022 Ford Expedition was revealed back in September with updated styling, the addition of the Expedition Timberline and Expedition Stealth Edition Performance Package, as well as a host of new features, inside and out. One of those features is an enhanced rear-seat entertainment system, but now, it seems that this particular option has been delayed, as it’s currently listed as “late availability” in Ford’s official Expedition build and price configurator.

For the 2022 Ford Expedition, FoMoCo revised the SUV’s rear-seat entertainment system by giving it Amazon’s Fire TV 10, which lets rear passengers access a wide variety of content through any number of applications. The system’s screens, which are mounted to the back of the front seat headrests, are high-definition and boast 16 gigabytes of storage, allowing passengers to stream TVs and movies, play video games, listen to music, watch downloaded programs, and get information.

The optional rear entertainment system is available on XLT, Timberline, Limited, and King Ranch trims and includes four-way manually-adjustable front row headrests for the cost of $1,995. This isn’t the first time an optional feature on the 2022 Ford Expedition has been delayed, as the Timberline’s underbody transmission shield is also a late availability option, as Ford Authority reported earlier this week.

Meanwhile, production of the 2022 Expedition and its Ford T3 Platform mate, the 2022 Lincoln Navigator, is underway at the Ford Kentucky Truck Plant, as Ford Authority reported last month. The refreshed Expedition has already racked up its fair share of accolades, however, including winning Kelley Blue Book’s Best Full-Size SUV Award, as well as being named a better overall choice than the 2022 Nissan Armada by Consumer Reports, to name just a couple.

We’ll have more on the 2022 Expedition soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Expedition news and around-the-clock Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Mark

    My how times have changed…. Back in the day a “back seat entertainment system” was your girlfriend and a 6 pack of cheap beer.😊


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