Since I signed for it I might as well be proud of it... Replacing the "little blue car" Complementing the "grey car" Likely to tow several "blue jeeps" I now present the "Big blue car" as advertised: 6397821 by Joe with a jeep, on Flickr 6397820 by Joe with a jeep, on Flickr 6397827 by Joe with a jeep, on Flickr 6397824 by Joe with a jeep, on Flickr 6397825 by Joe with a jeep, on Flickr 6397826 by Joe with a jeep, on Flickr 6397822 by Joe with a jeep, on Flickr And home sizing up the camper: 20200916_220949 by Joe with a jeep, on Flickr Quick specs: May 1st 2019 Ford Expedition Max Former Enterprise rental with 39k miles in one year. XLT with 4x4 Some things to know: All expedition of this era have a hitch with 4 and 7 pin receptacles. This one still has untouched dielectric grease in the recepticals. It looks like the receiver might have been used once or twice. A few paint chips on the doors, a missing headrest button, and the recirculate button isn't lighting up. All expeditions have the 3.5 EcoBoost with 375hp and 470lbft but the platinum is 400hp 480lbft. Then the offroad and towing packages have 3.73s with limited slip differentials heavy duty radiator and 2 speed transfercase to get a maximum towing capacity of 9000lbs.... This doesn't have that. It should have open 3.31 axles and a single speed transfercase for 6600lbs towing capacity. That's about perfect for an old jeep and trailer, or our 4000lb camper. There is a difference in the roof rack load rating when you have a solid roof its 200lbs of bikes and cargo with a glass roof you can only have 125lb on the rack. I plan to put the bikes up there so that was important to me. The drive home felt like a redeye on a continental embraer regional jet. Some bumps here and there but mostly buffeting from the wind and an occasional downshift that spooled the turbos into a pleasant song. I feel like even with 3 Overdrive gears and 3.31 axles it had plenty of highway torque and peak fuel economy. Soo far so good. Hopefully this thread will help others make informed decisions for there next tow vehicles. I'll post up more pictures and hopefully document the trailer brake controller install. Then update with my towing reviews.