2021 Ford Explorer
2021 Ford Expedition
|27/29 MPG (city/highway)
|17/23 MPG (city/highway)
|Up to 7
|Up to 8
The key difference between the 2021 Ford Explorer and the 2021 Ford Expedition is their size. While the Expedition has a larger seating capacity as well as cargo volume, it does have lower fuel-economy ratings. The 2021 Ford Explorer although smaller than the Expedition still has plenty of room for 7 passengers and a cargo volume of 18.2 cu-ft. Some common features between the two SUVs are- an integrated backup camera and the SYNC® infotainment system made standard across all trims.
If you have a larger family or need more cargo room and towing capacities, the 2021 Ford Expedition is an easy pick. But if you want an SUV that is large enough but doesn’t leave a hole in your pocket and gives you all the latest safety and infotainment features, the 2021 Ford Explorer is your best bet. The 2021 Ford Explorer also has different engine options to choose from. A standard 300-horsepower EcoBoost® four-cylinder turbocharged engine is available in the base model. You can also upgrade to the optional 318-horsepower hybrid system that pairs a 3.3-liter V6 with an electric motor. Lastly, the two highest trims feature the strongest most powerful engine- a 3.0-liter EcoBoost® V6 with 365 horsepower in the Explorer Platinum and a 400 horsepower in the Explorer ST trim.
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