2010 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 4x4 Leather Loaded V8 Suv No Reserve!! on 2040-cars
Dyer, Indiana, United States
Engine:5.4L 330Cu. In. V8 FLEX SOHC Naturally Aspirated
Body Type:Sport Utility
Exterior Color: Blue
Interior Color: Tan
Trim: Eddie Bauer Sport Utility 4-Door
Drive Type: 4WD
Options: 4-Wheel Drive, Leather Seats, CD Player
Number of Cylinders: 8
Safety Features: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag, Side Airbags
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Hello and welcome to our auction. We are Berry Good Auto Sales. A licensed Michigan Dealership. We regularly take vehicles on trade and usually they go to the auction. This means the vehicles have to be transported to auction, someone has to show up on auction day to represent them, and if they don't sell they have to be transported back. We decided to try this a different way. We are going to offer trade-ins on Ebay at absolute sale, no reserve. These vehicles come in varying conditions, but we will describe the condition completely, and if we miss anything, just ask. This is true wholesale to the public. A lot of places will say they wholesale to the public which just means they make 2,000.00 profit instead of 3,000.00. This is really simple. We put the cars up, describe them, and you pay what you want! So if you have any questions please contact us, we are always available to answer anything.
My oh my. 2010 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 4x4 in great shape with no reserve! This is the truck I have been driving for a while. These are 50,000 new and there is a reason. They are big, they can pull any toy you want, they seat 8, and they look good doing it. This truck is the Eddie Bauer which means you get leather power(driver) seats. Electronic dual zone climate control with rear heat and a/c, 18" alloy wheels, upgraded stereo with cd, 5.4L V8 with 310 HP, automatic transmission, shift on the fly 4x4, factory tow rated up to 9200lbs, power folding third row, power tailgate, power windows, locks, cruise, 2 tone paint, and keyless entry. This Expedition runs and drives great, it is very smooth for such a big ladder frame suv. I think this is the best color combo you can get in these, and I wouldn't have any hesitation selling this to my mother, daughter, or anyone. It is a nice one.
Lets start outside. The exterior of this Expedition is very nice. Other than a couple touched up scratches and the odd door ding, which I would consider normal wear for a 2010, there is nothing major to report here. The paint shines nicely, the wheels look good other than very minor curb in a couple of places. The glass is all clean, and I would say this is average to above average for the year and miles. It is a looker, and the pictures aren't hiding anything.
Inside you have the same story. This does have 120k on it so obviously you can see the usual wear marks you get on leather seats. No rips or tears, and the drivers seat is actually the only one I would say is normal wear, the other seats I would put at above average. The floors are clean, and other than needing a good detail to look amazing, its a very clean truck. The dash panels and door panels are all clean and in good shape. All of the buttons work, and the stereo sounds great. The a/c is ice cold and the heat is hot.
Mechanically its easy to describe as well. Nice. The engine runs strong, sounds great. The transmission shifts great, and it goes down the road smoothly. The brakes stop strong, and the tires are about 50%. The 4x4 works good, and there are no trouble lights on. Like I said before, I wouldn't hesitate to sell this to anyone or drive it anywhere, which for the last few months I have.
So that's it, pretty straight forward on this one. No laundry lists or stories. Just a great SUV with plenty of life left that you can get a killer deal on. Please ask if I didn't cover anything you are interested in. I try to note anything I would like to know myself, but everyone has unique questions and we are always available to answer them. Please remember that as with all our vehicles, this is sold as-is but warranties are available. You should expect to do maintenance on these vehicles as recommended by the manufacturer. I don't think it needs anything, but Ford recommends like fluid changes and the like at certain mileage. Also it is 4 years old with over 100k. I described it as nice, and it is, but please don't expect showroom new. I don't want to mislead anyone. As a licensed dealer, if you are a Michigan resident we mist collect 6% sales tax, title fee, and registration fees. We do not charge a doc fee. Shipping is your responsibility but we will help as much as we can. This has a clean title, and will be sold to the last bidder. This truck has a NADA book value of 24,500! The last bidder will own it. Good luck and happy bidding!
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