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How much should you pay for a used 2019 Ford Expedition Max?

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In 2018, The Chevy Suburban desperately needed some new competition for the biggest and best SUV on the market. So in came the 2019 Ford Expedition Max.

With 8 seats, cargo space for days, and powerful V6 and V8 options, the Expedition Max has a lot to offer for anyone in need of a large SUV. Whether you need it for hauling family, boats, luggage, etc., the 2019 Expedition Max has the space and power to get the job done, and it does so with all the technology and luxury features you could ask for.

But whatever you want out of your car and what you need it for, there’s no reason to overpay for it. That’s why CoPilot is here to help you find the right car for the right price.

How Much Does the Average Used 2019 Ford Expedition Max cost?                                

Certified Pre-Owned: $51,631

Savings vs. New: $26,558

A 2019 Ford Expedition Max lists for an average price of $51,631 at the moment, which is a savings of 34% off the MSRP of a new model.

Non-Certified Pre-owned: $46,347

Savings vs. New: $31,842

To save even more money, you can buy a non-certified Expedition Max, which costs $46,347 on average. That is a savings of over 40% for a car that is only two years old.


CoPilot searches your area and lets you know if there’s a better deal on a similar vehicle nearby, so you’re always certain you got the best deal possible. The CoPilot app is the smartest way to buy a car. 

What’s the Average Mileage for Used 2019 Ford Expedition Maxes?

Average Certified Pre-Owned Mileage: 41,917

Average Uncertified Mileage: 42,397

What factors affect used prices the most?

Certified/Non-certified status

Once a 2019 Expedition has passed Ford’s 172-point inspection, it comes with a 12-month/12,000-mile comprehensive warranty and a 7-year/100,000-mile warranty that includes rental car reimbursement, trip interruption services, and 247 roadside assistance. But whole those are some great features, it does increase the average price by $5,284.


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Trim levels & features

The 2019 Ford Expedition Max comes in three trims: XLT, Limited, and Platinum.

2019 Ford Expedition Max XLT

With a 3.5L twin-turbocharged V6 engine providing 375 horsepower, the XLT comes with plenty of power under the hood. Inside, it features an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment center, blindspot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, lane-keeping assist, frontal collision warning with automatic braking adaptive cruise control, rearview camera, and automatic parallel parking. This trim costs $36,467 on average.

2019 Ford Expedition Max Limited

The Limited trim adds leather upholstery accents, power-adjustable seats, and a premium audio system. This upgraded trim has an average list price of $43,609.

2019 Ford Expedition Max Platinum

The Expedition Max Platinum combines capability with luxury, getting more power out of the same twin-turbo V6, upping the output to 400 horsepower.

It also adds premium leather upholstery, power running boards, wood trim on the interior, active noise control, and power-folding seats in the second and third rows. For this top of the line Expedition you can expect to pay $54,889.


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After two years, the average certified pre-owned 2019 Expedition Max has 41,917 miles on the odometer and that will save you an average of $26,558.

That means that you can expect to save $6,336 for every 10,000 miles driven. For non-certified models, with an average mileage of 42,397 and an average savings of $31,842, you should save $7,510 for every 10,000 miles you 2019 Expedition Max has behind it.

The easiest way to find reliable 2019 Expedition Maxs in your area

Want to see the math behind which year model of Ford Expedition Max you should buy? Check out CoPilot Compare, the search engine for nearly-new cars. We’ll break down your savings for each used year model of Ford Expedition Max and search all the dealerships in your area for the best deals.

The best part? CoPilot is built using the same software that dealerships use, so you’ll get access to data you can’t get elsewhere, like how long a car has been on the lot or if there are better-priced alternatives nearby.

Also, CoPilot doesn’t work with dealerships, so there are no ‘promoted’ or ‘sponsored’ listings - just the best cars in your area. Learn more about how CoPilot works on our About Us page.