"The highest praise we can give the Expedition is that it drives smaller than it is. Which is amazing, because it's immense. And large, body-on-frame SUVs have a tendency to wallow like a boat bobbing on ocean rollers enough to make a merchant mariner green. Slowly, surely, automakers are figuring out how to dial out those odd rolling motions. The Expedition does this without having advanced active stabilizer bars or active suspension. It's just clever tuning, and moreover, a lighter body that means there's less mass knocking the suspension around. On Californian canyon roads, the Expedition hustles without falling on its face. It's almost fun, even, to find a rhythm in a beast like this, slowly increasing the pace to just beyond the point of incredulity without breaking the spell. Bottom line: You can corner faster than your passengers or cargo will appreciate.
Last, and most important, it's comfortable. The front seats — well, like the suspension, you don't notice them, and that's fantastic. They're just there, supporting you, without making you fidget. The second-row bench, despite its thinness in profile and the requirement for it to tilt-and-slide to access the third row, provides plenty of headroom, adult comfort for all three positions, and theater-style elevation to give a great view of the road ahead. In fact, the middle seat in the second row is the best seat in the house if you have the optional panoramic vista roof. There's glass everywhere, ahead, above, to the sides. Sit back there for a scenic drive and you can see basically everything. It's an incredible experience."
-- Alex Kierstein, Autoblog