Nothing beats the allure of a full-size American SUV, but that won’t stop them from trying. The Japanese-crafted Toyota Sequoia remains another popular choice among rugged body-on-frame family SUVs. Both provide plenty of power for towing whatever equipment you need on your weekend excursions, but no two machines are the same.
Here we cover what sets these two full-size entries apart when we look closer into their differences in this comparison of the 2021 Ford Expedition versus the 2021 Toyota Sequoia.
2021 Ford Expedition
2021 Toyota Sequoia
|375 hp, 470 lb-ft of torque||Engine Output||381 hp, 401 lb-ft of torque|
|Up to 17 city/23 highway mpg||Fuel Economy||13 city/17 highway mpg|
|Up to 9,300 pounds||Towing Capacity||Up to 7,400 pounds|
A little research will reveal that the 2021 Ford Expedition offers more value for your investment than the competing 2021 Toyota Sequoia. A closer look at the Expedition’s offerings only confirms its superiority.
Standard in every 2021 Expedition is a Ford Co-Pilot360® suite of driver aids. This package includes confidence-enhancing features like automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection, automatic high beams, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, lane-keeping assistance, and a rearview camera with a washer jet. The list of amenities continues with a cabin full of cutting-edge technology and creature comforts like standard Tri-Zone Electronic Automatic Temperature Control or the available Dual-Headrest Rear Seat Entertainment System.
The choice here is easy. We recommend the 2021 Ford Expedition for its comfortable everyday usability and spacious third-row seating. It’s also considerably more fuel-efficient than the Toyota Sequoia (and most other full-size SUVs, for that matter.) The 2021 Ford Expedition is available in five trim levels: XL, XLT, Limited, King Ranch, and Platinum. Expedition fans can test drive the gamut when they explore Georgia’s No. 1 largest-volume Ford inventory at the Akins Ford dealership in Winder, GA.