In recent weeks, ongoing supply constraints including the chip shortage have prompted Ford to remove a number of options from various models, including Active Park Assist 2.0 from the 2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E EV crossover and the 2022 Ford F-150. Now, sources familiar with the matter have told Ford Authority that the 2022 Ford Expedition will also drop Active Park Assist 2.0 from its lineup, and scheduled orders have already been amended to eliminate this feature temporarily.
These amended orders for the 2022 Ford Expedition will have Active Park Assist 2.0 Removal – order code 98G – included, and affected customers will get a $355 credit on their order, which will be reflected on the window sticker. This change only impacts certain models, however – those equipped with the Timberline High Package (501A equipment group), the Limited High Package (302A), the Stealth Package (303A), the Stealth Performance Package (304A), as well as King Ranch and Platinum trims.
As is the case with the Mach-E and F-150, dealers will be able to retroactively install Active Park Assist 2.0 when the necessary components to do so become available, though it’s unclear when, exactly, that may take place. This delay is also just the latest in a series of them for the refreshed 2022 Ford Expedition, which has previously been offered with an auto start/stop removal option, as well as delays for the SUV’s mutlicontour seats and the Timberline’s transmission underbody shield.
Meanwhile, Expedition production has been greatly impacted by the chip shortage as well, along with the 2022 Ford Super Duty and Lincoln Navigator at the Ford Kentucky Truck Plant, which operated on two shifts temporarily in February and shut down completely for one week earlier this month, as Ford Authority previously reported.
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2022 Ford Expedition Will Also Drop Active Park Assist 2.0 From Lineup
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