Posted November 07, 2018 07:27:24 Ford’s Expedition lease agreement with the company for the 2020 and 2021 Expedition Lanes was first reported by The Seattle Times earlier this week.
The deal was signed in December 2019, and it will allow Ford to lease its Expedition to Ford for a period of up to 18 months.
The lease will expire at the end of 2021, but the lease is for 20 years.
That means that if Ford decides to keep using the Expedition, it will be free to lease it for the entire period of the agreement.
This means Ford could continue to lease Expedition vehicles on the regular, but it could also lease the car to other automakers or even private parties.
Ford is currently selling Expedition vehicles in several markets around the country, including the US and Canada.
The lease agreement is one of several deals Ford has with its fleet of Expedition vehicles, including in Europe and Asia.
Ford says the Expedition is a more efficient way to get around the world, and that it is safer than the more traditional, two-seater sedan.
However, many Expedition owners have found that the two-door Expedition doesn’t always feel as spacious or as spacious as the Expedition S, and the Expedition has been criticized for its lack of a roof rack.
While Ford’s lease agreement won’t end up being an issue in 2020 and 2020s, it could still be an issue when it comes to 2021.
In 2018, Ford’s chief of corporate and human resources, Joe Hinrichs, was quoted as saying that Ford would consider selling the Expedition to another manufacturer, even though Ford says it does not currently intend to do so.
If Ford decides not to lease the Expedition again, it would make sense to lease a Ford Focus, a 2018 Expedition or a Focus S. The latter two vehicles would all be a bit more expensive than the Expedition.
Ford could potentially find a way to keep leasing the Expeditions.
For more, check out the video below from the Seattle Times: