2018 Ford Expedition vs 2018 Chevy Suburban
Need a full-size SUV with three rows of seating and plenty of power? Then your list of options probably only has two models on it, and we are here to compare them. See our 2018 Ford Expedition vs 2018 Chevy Suburban comparison and learn which one is right for you. If looks were enough to win you over, then you probably would’ve already bought the Expedition. The Suburban just looks old with its huge black grille and dated headlights. The Expedition is a newly redesigned model with plenty of style both inside and out. When it comes to a full-size SUV, style isn’t everything. In fact, much depends on what’s under the hood.
If you would like to see available Ford Expedition models in South Burlington, then click the link below. Otherwise, keep reading to learn how else the Ford Expedition manages to out-do the Chevy Suburban.
2018 Ford Expedition
2018 Chevy Suburban
|383 Pound-Feet||Max Torque||480 Pound-Feet|
|17-City / 24-Highway||Max Fuel Economy (MPG)||16-City / 23-Highway|
|8 Passengers||Max Seating Capacity||8 Passengers|
Better SUV: Ford Expedition or Chevy Suburban?
Not only does the Ford Expedition have a max horsepower rating of 400 horsepower from its 3.5-liter V6, but even its base model engine, which is a similarly sized V6, still offer 375 horsepower. This is more horsepower than you can get in the Suburban. In fact, the 355-horsepower engine for the Suburban is the only available option for this Chevy.
Are you curious about torque? The Ford still blows the Chevy out of the water with 480 pound-feet of torque compared to the 383 pound-feet of torque provided by the Suburban. For an SUV of this size, torque is often more important than horsepower, and the Expedition has loads more of it than the Suburban.
All that power is great, but what about efficiency? Normally more power and more torque mean less efficiency, but through the use of innovative Ford technology like EcoBoost, Ford surpasses the Suburban in efficiency while providing more of everything else.
Both the Suburban and the Expedition are about the same size, especially with the longer Expedition MAX, and they both offer seating for 8 passengers. Outside of that, the Expedition is overall a better vehicle. If you need help finding the right Expedition for you in South Burlington, then you should stop by Heritage Ford and let us help you find your ideal Expedition.