2020 Ford Expedition vs 2020 Chevy Suburban
Pickup truck rivalries have seen plenty of time in the spotlight, but the full-size SUVs of today’s market continue to break ground in the name of capability. Two longtime leaders of the segment, the 2020 Ford Expedition and the 2020 Chevy Suburban still compete viciously for best-in-class titles across the board.
But which full-size SUV comes better suited to handle the demands of Atlanta-area families. A little digging will show that this is no competition at all. See how the Expedition absolutely obliterates the Suburban when we compare these models in pricing, power, fuel efficiency and comfort.
2020 Ford Expedition
2020 Chevy Suburban
3.5L twin-turbocharged V6
|Up to 17 city / 24 highway||Fuel Economy||Up to 15 city / 22 highway|
|9,300 lbs.||Towing Capacity||8,300 lbs.|
Comparing the Spaciousness, Fuel Efficiency and Capabilities 2020 Ford Expedition and the 2020 Chevy Suburban
The 2020 Ford Expedition quite clearly comes better equipped to take on all your family’s adventures. That’s because the Ford SUV achieves a best-in-class 9,300-lb. towing capacity. The Expedition also offers more horsepower and more torque right off the bat compared to the 2020 Chevy Suburban lineup. What’s more, the Ford Expedition keeps expenses at a minimum with best-in-class city and highway gas mileage ratings.
The Expedition has plenty of room in store for each passenger, measuring in with best in-class second- and third-row legroom. The Suburban saves more legroom for its front passengers, but cuts space in the rear seats. Below are the legroom measurements for each model in their first, second and third row, respectively.
- Expedition Legroom: 43.9 in / 41.5 in / 36.1 in
- Suburban Legroom: 45.3 in / 39.7 in / 34.5 in
Looking for more information on the best-in-class features and capabilities of the 2020 Ford Expedition? Please contact the staff at Akins Ford in Winder, GA for personalized assistance.