Ford Excursion Remote Programming

The Ford Excursion was the heavy duty, full size sport utility vehicle produced by the Ford Motor Company from 2000 through 2005 for the North American market and through 2006 for Mexico. Based on the heavy-duty, full-size Super Duty line of trucks. The Excursion was Ford's largest SUV in its lineup, and the largest and heaviest on the North American market during the tenure of its production. It competed mainly against the lighter duty Chevrolet Suburban and GMC Yukon XL 1500 and 2500 models.

Sales were initially good, peaking in the 2000 model year with over 50,000 sales. As gasoline prices rose, sales declined. The last Excursion was produced on September 30, 2005, at Ford's Louisville plant, although the last Excursions were sold as 2006 models for the Mexican market. Production of the Excursion was canceled to focus on Super Duty pickup trucks.