2018 Ford Expedition vs 2018 Toyota Sequoia
The 2018 model year was a very important one for the Ford Expedition lineup at Akins Ford near Atlanta, GA. That’s because the all-new 2018 Ford Expedition lineup received numerous upgrades, updates, improvements and enhancements that gifted it with increased power, increased capability, increased fuel efficiency and increased drivability. Already a leader in its class, these augmentations have made the all-new Expedition lineup something truly special – and something everyone shopping for a large SUV is going to want to check out.
In addition to everything we’ve already listed, the 2018 Expedition lineup also received a comprehensive suite of advanced new safety, technology, comfort and convenience features, including an all-new FX4 Off-Road Package and an all-new Pro Trailer Backup Assist system – which pairs perfectly with the all-new Expedition’s best-in-class towing capabilities. Simply put, if you’re in the market for a new large SUV, you’ll want to start and end your search with the 2018 Expedition. To prove that point, we put together this 2018 Ford Expedition versus 2018 Toyota Sequoia head-to-head model comparison.
2018 Ford Expedition
2018 Toyota Sequoia
|375 HP & 470 lb-ft.||Horsepower & Torque Ratings||381 HP & 401 lb-ft.|
|17/24 MPG||Max Fuel Efficiency Ratings||13/18 MPG|
|20.9 ft.3||Cargo Space||18.9 ft.3|
|9300 lbs.||Max Towing Rating||7400 lbs.|
2018 Ford Expedition Lineup: Higher Torque Ratings, Higher Gas Mileage Ratings, Higher Towing Ratings and More Cargo Space than the 2018 Toyota Sequoia Lineup
As outlined in our comparison table above, the 2018 Ford Expedition lineup holds multiple important and impressive advantages over the 2018 Toyota Sequoia lineup. In fact, the only thing the new Toyota Sequoia lineup can hang its hat on is the fact that it offers a mere six more horsepower than the new Ford Expedition lineup. Aside from that, the all-new 2018 Ford Expedition lineup offers a higher torque rating, higher gas mileage ratings and a higher max towing rating than the new 2018 Toyota Sequoia lineup. And, just so you know, the 2018 Expedition’s gas mileage ratings and max towing ratings are best-in-class.
The 2018 Ford Expedition lineup continues to shine once you get inside. Since most people use their SUVs for family road trips and other adventures, cargo space is an important feature for many. With that in mind, the new Ford Expedition lineup provides 20.9 cubic-feet of cargo space, while the new Toyota Sequoia provides only 18.9 cubic-feet of cargo space.
To learn more about everything offered by the all-new 2018 Ford Expedition lineup, please reach out to our friendly staff here at Akins Ford near Atlanta, GA.