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The Ford Excursion is the longest & heaviest sport-utility vehicle ever produced; it's one turret shy of a tank. So the short-lived Excursion is far from a flippant purchase: you needed the roomiest, most tow-capable Super Duty workhorse on the market, and you got it. But this isn't the Excursion we're talking about--it's your Excursion, which is why AutoAccessoriesGarage offers the widest variety of custom Ford Excursion accessories. Shipping is free, so you're just a few clicks away from the strongest decision you made as a driver since nabbing an Excursion in the first place.

Emergency vehicles, construction haulers, private-sector tech trucks: the Ford Excursion is the epitome of bigness, so AutoAccessoriesGarage has the big values to match. Pony-up with the perfect aftermarket Excursion parts, like the Rancho shocks: they're beefier than your stock shocks, the bands enhanced with graphite for smooth performance. The Power Stop brake kit includes cross-drilled & slotted rotors, specially designed to vent gases, dust, and hot air for a clean rotor surface & lower temperatures. And to keep your Excursion clean & professional, Husky floor liners protect your factory carpeting with a rubberized thermoplastic design, which resists cracking or splitting. Our prices are the best, as backed by our 1-Year Price Match Guarantee. And if you need help with anything, AAG's call center is open 7 days a week, our experts available to get you closer to the right Ford Excursion accessories.


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All engines were governed by a four-speed automatic transmission, except for the 6.0-liter turbodiesel, which had a five-speed automatic. In a test involving a 2000 Ford Excursion equipped with the 6.8-liter V10, our editors averaged just 12.4 mpg in combined city and highway driving. Of all these choices, the 6.0-liter turbodiesel was the pick of the litter: With 560 lb-ft of torque, it was best suited for hauling heavy loads, and it delivered the best cruising range to boot. Base-model Excursions boasted a generous standard ford excursion accessories list, offering amenities like a rear air-conditioner, cruise control, full power accessories and a CD player. Pricier trim levels got you goodies like rear audio controls, power-adjustable pedals, a premium audio system and heated front seats. Options like an in-dash six-disc CD changer and a DVD-based rear-seat entertainment system were available across some trim levels.