2017 Ford Expedition

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Updated on: June 17, 2021

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While portraying a luxury-truck finish, the new Ford Expedition is a massively strong crossover with incredible towing and hauling numbers, which sets a benchmark for a number of other SUVs on the road. For 2017, the Expedition starts at a price of $47,125. The 2017 Ford Expedition SUV weighs significantly light despite its pretty huge dimensions, thanks to its intensive aluminum construction. It is the living manifestation of a rugged crossover and is ideal for long trips with spacious interiors that can accommodate up to 8 people easily. The perfect road cruiser option for a big family.

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Pros

Third row seats are quite roomy

V6 puts out a strong and efficient performance

Decent and flexible interior space with its easy-to-fold rear seats

Incredible towing capacity

Cons

Interior design seems a little backdated

Parking difficulties because of huge dimensions

Disconnected and ponderous steering feel

The fuel economy hasn’t seen much improvement

What's New?

No significant changes for 2017


2017 Ford Expedition Consumer Reviews and Ratings

7.8

based on 124 ratings


7.8/10 Features
7.9/10 Interiors
7.9/10 Design
8.0/10 Safety
8.1/10 Reliability
7.6/10 Deal Value

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2017 Ford Expedition Overall Reviews


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Harold

2017 Ford Expedition

Platinum 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl Turbo 6A)

8

User Overall Rating

Posted On: June 11, 2021

Ford's great SUV

Pros - Built quality, Towing ability and good exterior looks

Cons - Poor interior design, and cargo space

Good choice to have this in the garage The Expedition is a man's style as it look muscular, broad and the interior is filled with boxes, the regular boring squares & rectangular designs. The built quality in it is very appreciative and the power it delivers in making things like towing, holding 8 passengers comfortability is well done here. The driver seating and the steering makes a comfortable driving experience with the best handling. I appreciate anyone if this is also your car of choice.

8/10
Features
8/10
Interior
8/10
Design
8/10
Safety
8/10
Reliability
8/10
Deal Value
8/10
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AH

Annie Hubbard

2017 Ford Expedition

Platinum 4dr SUV 4WD (3.5L 6cyl Turbo 6A)

7

User Overall Rating

Posted On: June 5, 2021

2017 Expedition!

Pros - Utilitarian. Great cabin. Strong engine.

Cons - Cheap plastics in the interior. Poor fuel economy.

Great for family trips! I loved driving one rented Expedition on a family tour in 2019 and decided on getting one for myself. I bought this used '17 Expedition used with over 34K miles on it that same winter. I have been more or less happy with the SUV until now. It has been a super-spacious SUV, fits in a lot of cargo and has comfortable legroom space for everyone. Besides the engine is a robust one and has a 9,000-pond tow capacity which should do about any kind of trailer, so that's a plus definitely. Anyways, the fuel economy has been bad at a dismal 14-16 mpg. But, the Expedition has been my family tour machine ever since I got and does the job fairly well! Char was an unprofessional and dishonest salesperson. I really believed him when he claimed the market price was quite higher than what they were offering. But I soon realised, I ended up paying actually more and also had to spend a couple of hundreds more for two tires!

7/10
Features
9/10
Interior
6/10
Design
7/10
Safety
8/10
Reliability
8/10
Deal Value
5/10
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Mary

2017 Ford Expedition

Platinum 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl Turbo 6A)

7

User Overall Rating

Posted On: May 25, 2021

Exceeded the expectations

Pros - Handles like a charm, steering feedback, ride quality

Cons - Bland styling, hard plastic

Love my new SUV! It looks good from the back and okay-ish/average from the side. The front is a mix of both. The headlights are amazing but the grille not so much. Good. Free car washes! They gave good service the first year ; then the fine print allowed them to charge for most services.

7/10
Features
8/10
Interior
8/10
Design
9/10
Safety
8/10
Reliability
8/10
Deal Value
8/10
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Features

vehicle bio

base price

$42600

bodystyle

4dr SUV

passenger capacity

5

top speed

120 mph

drivetrain

rear wheel drive

engine type

displacement

213 cu.in.

horsepower

365 hp @ 5000 rpm

torque

420 lb.-ft. @ 2250 rpm

transmission

6-speed shiftable automatic

dimensions

wheelbase

119 in.

length

206 in.

width

78.8 in.

height

77.2 in.

curb weight

5562 lbs.

ground clearance

8.3 in.

capacity

passenger volume

160.3 cu ft.

cargo volume

108.3 cu ft.

towing capacity

9200 lbs.

payload capacity

1640 lbs.

performance

zero to 60 mph

5.9 sec.

standing 1/4-mile

14.8 sec.

fuel economy

city/combined/highway

15/18/21 mpg

highway range

650.0 mi.

warranty

basic warranty

3 yr./ 36000 mi.

drivetrain warranty

5 yr./ 60000 mi.

roadside assistance

Yes


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Trims

XL $42,600 onwards

365 hp @ 5000 rpm | 3.5 L | V6 | Regular unleaded

XLT $47,125 onwards

365 hp @ 5000 rpm | 3.5 L | V6 | Regular unleaded

  • 60-40 Split-Bench 3rd Row Seats
  • Automatic Front Air Conditioning
  • Carbon-fiber aero kit
  • Cloth Seat Trim
  • Driver Lumbar Support
  • Firmer suspension tuning
  • Front Fog/Driving Lights
  • Infinity sound system
  • Parking Assist
  • Rear Air Conditioning w/ Separate Controls
  • SiriusXM AM/FM/Satellite, Seek-Scan Radio
  • Spoiler-mounted solar panel

Limited $56,045 onwards

365 hp @ 5000 rpm | 3.5 L | V6 | Regular unleaded

  • 3 - 1st Row LCD Monitor
  • Dual Zone Front Automatic Air Conditioning
  • Leather Seat trim
  • Rain Sensing Windshield Wipers
  • Trailer hitch

King Ranch $60,615 onwards

365 hp @ 5000 rpm | 3.5 L | V6 | Regular unleaded

  • 20" Machined w/Painted Accents Aluminum Wheels
  • Navigation System

Platinum $64,205 onwards

365 hp @ 5000 rpm | 3.5 L | V6 | Regular unleaded

  • Sliding & Tilting Glass Sunroof
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Colors and Styles

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Ratings

Pricing And Features

7.6

Engine And Performance

7.7

Fuel Economy

6.1

Interior

9.3

Exterior

7.7

Safety

5.9

Competition

7.6

7.5

OVERALL RATING

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

7.5

Overall Rating


Even though the car looks like a premium offering among the SUVs, the 2017 Ford Expedition is a pure crossover that has been built to be put to work. The Expedition has proved itself so well that it has set a new standard within its segment. Under the hood of the 2017 Ford Expedition SUV, you will find the muscular 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 engine with a 6-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive as a standard; you can also go for an all-wheel-drive system if you like.

The 2017 Ford Expedition receives strong competiton from the 2017 Chevrolet Tahoe, the 2017 Toyota Sequoia and the 2017 Nissan Armada. Comparatively, the rivals do offer more performance and somewhat better interiors with easy-to-use infotainment unit. However, the Ford Expedition offers a balance between performance and efficiency, that the rivals don't.

2017 Ford Expedition SUV Front Three Quarter View
2017 Ford Expedition SUV Rear Three Quarter View

7.6/10
Pricing and Features

7.7/10
Engine and Performance

6.1/10
Fuel Economy

9.3/10
Interior

7.7/10
Exterior

5.9/10
Safety

7.6/10
Competition


2017 Ford Expedition Pricing and Features

7.6/10

The Ford Expedition has 4 trims to choose from, namely XLT, Limited, King Ranch, and Platinum. All the trims of this Ford SUV get a similar 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 engine connected to a 6-speed automatic transmission powering its rear-wheel-drive system. You can also opt for the available AWD drivetrain available for just below 3 grand.

Trim

XLT

Limited

King Ranch

Platinum

MSRP

$47,125

$56,045

$60,615

$64,205

MSRP

(4WD)

$50,050

$59,000

$63,535

$67,250

Key

Features

Rear parking sensors along with a rearview camera

Heated second-row seats and an

King Ranch Edition is equipped similarly to the Limited but has special two-tone paint

The Platinum trim is similarly equipped to the King Ranch, but without the Western theme.

 

Automatic headlights and LED fog lights

Front parking sensors

Blind-spot monitoring system,

Gets 22-inch wheels

 

Heated mirrors with puddle lamps

Power-folding mirrors (with a driver-side auto-dimming mirror)

Special exterior styling details

Sunroof is standard.

 

Six-way power driver seat with manual recline

Upgraded 12-speaker Sony audio system

Premium leather upholstery

 
 

Power-adjustable pedals

 

Woodgrain interior trim

 

We recommend

The base XLT trim of the 2017 Ford Expedition SUV seems like the best bargain to us. We would also suggest you go for the comprehensive 202A package, which replaces 18-inch wheels with 20-inch wheels, includes well-trimmed leather in the front and second-row seats, an 8-inch infotainment system featuring Sync 3 and compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, rear cross-traffic alert, blind-spot monitoring, remote start, and passive entry.

2017 Ford Expedition Engine and Performance

7.7/10

The 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 engine of the 2017 Ford Expedition SUV is an absolute powerhouse producing a 365hp at 5,000 rpm and 420 pound-feet of torque at 2,500 rpm, which contributes to its incredible towing capabilities. The torque required to move the heavier weight is available much earlier in the powerband. 

2017 Ford Expedition SUV Engine Bay

The responsive 6-speed automatic transmission also compliments the engine behavior by binding with it in a flawless manner and further amplifies the smooth power delivery. The powertrain of the 2017 Ford Expedition SUV is quick and responsive both in the cities and highways. The independent rear suspension system of the 2017 Ford Expedition SUV ensures better handling and ride quality.

Models

Ford Expedition

Nissan Armada

Chevrolet Tahoe

Toyota Sequoia

MSRP

$47,125

$44,900

$47,215

$45,560

Engine

3.5L 6 cyl

5.6L DOHC 32V Endurance V8

5.3L EcoTec3 V8

5.7L i-Force V8 DOHC

Transmission

6-speed Automatic

7-speed automatic

6-speed automatic

6-speed automatic

Horsepower

365 hp @ 5000 rpm

390 hp @ 5800 rpm

355 hp @ 5600 rpm

381 hp @ 5600 rpm

Torque

420 lb-ft @ 2500 rpm

394 lb-ft @ 4000 rpm

383 lb-ft @ 4100 rpm

401 lb-ft @ 3600 rpm

The Nissan Armada houses the engine with the most horsepower output of 390 hp, which is followed by the Toyota Sequoia with 381 horsepower. The 2017 Ford Expedition SUV comes in as third, in terms of power output when compared to its rivals. It outperforms all the other three cars in terms of torque output with 420 lb-ft of torque, that too at a much earlier stage of 2500rpm. Followed by Toyota and Nissan with 401 and 394 lb-ft of torque, respectively. The Chevrolet Tahoe is the weakest performer, with the least engine performance of 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque.

2017 Ford Expedition Acceleration Performance

The effortless powertrain of the 2017 Ford Expedition SUV is quick and responsive both in the cities and highways. The 6-speed automatic transmission is well programmed and shifts seamlessly in order to achieve a steady and uniform acceleration. When it comes to reaching the 60 MPH mark, it is the 2017 Ford Expedition SUV that manages to do it the quickest – in just 6.4 seconds, which is quite impressive for a gigantic crossover.

2017 Ford Expedition takes 6.4s to reach 0-60 Mph

Even the Nissan Armada doesn’t fail to impress with its initial acceleration and falls behind the Ford by a millisecond to reach the 60 MPH mark. The Toyota Sequoia manages to do it in 6.7 seconds, while the Chevrolet Tahoe becomes the slowest in going from 0 to 60 mph and takes 7 seconds to do it.

Models

Ford Expedition

Nissan Armada

Chevrolet Tahoe

Toyota Sequoia

0-60 MPH

6.4 sec

6.5 sec

7.0 sec

6.7 sec

Quarter mile

15.4 sec

15.1 sec

15.3 sec

15.4 sec

Engine

3.5 L

5.6L

5.3L

5.7L

Emission

(Tons/yr of CO2 Emissions @ 15K mi/year)

8.8

11.0

9.2

11.8

In the quarter-mile run, things take a turn as the Nissan jumps to the top and covers the distance in just 15.1 seconds after a second-best start. Quite surprisingly, the Chevrolet Tahoe recovers impressively from its slowest start by reaching the quarter-mile point in 15.3 seconds. On the other hand, the 2017 Ford Expedition SUV and the Toyota Sequoia end up being the last to cover the distance in a very close timing of 15.4 seconds. The 2017 Ford Expedition SUV enjoys the reputation of being the least emitting vehicle, while the Toyota is seen to have the highest emissions in the table.

2017 Ford Expedition Handling and Steering

The independent rear suspension system of the 2017 Ford Expedition SUV is an important feature that provides better handling and ride quality. The adjustable firmness of the adaptive dampers works together to isolate road impacts and maintains a smooth cabin experience. Unlike the passengers' composed experience, the driver struggles because of the deadened steering feel and its ponderous handling abilities.

2017 Ford Expedition Braking Performance

Irrespective of its huge size, the 2017 Ford Expedition SUV tends to do better than expected in its emergency braking results. The firm brake pedals perform consistently and have a respectable stopping distance for an SUV. Although the Chevrolet Tahoe houses the least powerful engine, it certainly doesn’t compromise with its braking abilities and manages to bring the vehicle to a halt from 60 mph by covering 125 feet – the best among the four. 

2017 Ford Expedition Front Right Wheel

Model

Ford Expedition

Nissan Armada

Chevrolet Tahoe

Toyota Sequoia

Brake Front (in.)

13.5

13.8

N/A

13.9

Brake Rear (in.)

13.2

13.8

N/A

13.6

Curb Weight (lbs.)

5789

5576

5356

5730

60-0 MPH (ft.)

129

128

125

130

Falling behind by 3 feet, the Nissan Armada secures the second position, while the 2017 Ford Expedition SUV ends up being third best with 129 feet of stopping distance in spite of being the lightest among the lot by a huge margin. The one that does suffer due to its curb weight is the heaviest Toyota Sequoia and stops the vehicle at 130 feet.

2017 Ford Expedition Towing Capacity

Towing remains an important aspect when it comes to full size SUVs like Ford Expedition, and here, Ford shines like a diamond in front of its rivals in the segment. The 2017 Ford Expedition SUV is a master hauler, courtesy of the V6 engine that generates enough power to carry an added 9,200 pounds behind it.

Model

Ford Expedition

Nissan Armada

Chevrolet Tahoe

Toyota Sequoia

Towing Capacity (lbs.)

9200

8500

8600

7400

Quite clearly, leaving all the others behind, the 2017 Ford Expedition SUV rises up as the crossover with the maximum towing capacity of 9,200 pounds. The Chevrolet and Nissan come up next with a close 8,600 and 8,500 pounds, respectively. The Toyota lurks behind in terms of towing as it can only pull an excessive of 7,400 pounds.

2017 Ford Expedition Fuel Economy

6.1/10

The massive engine output of the 2017 Ford Expedition SUV certainly isn’t designed to save a lot of fuel. Still, it manages to hold 15 mpg in the cities, 21 mpg on the highways, and 18 mpg combined. Also, if fuel efficiency was one of your major concerns, you wouldn’t exactly be looking at a car like the Expedition. The performance and towing capacity on offer are too good to be ignored for lower fuel efficiency. Also, the Ford Expedition can be seen competing quite well against its competition in terms of MPG.

Model

Ford Expedition

Nissan Armada

Chevrolet Tahoe

Toyota Sequoia

MPG (city)

15

14

16

13

MPG (highway)

21

19

23

17

MPG (combined)

18

16

19

15

Once again, the Chevrolet Tahoe continues to impress, and this time with its fuel economy. Topping the table with a favorable 16 mpg in the cities, 23 mpg in the highways, and 19 mpg combined. The 2017 Ford Expedition SUV emerges as the second most efficient among the four. Next up is the Nissan Armada doing better than the Toyota Sequoia in cities, highways, and combined fuel economy.

2017 Ford Expedition Interior

9.3/10

As you would expect for a large crossover, the 2017 Ford Expedition SUV is ideally suited for long journeys undertaken by a large group. The cavernous interior can easily fit 8 people, and the comfortable seats further enhance the ride experience. The use of better materials could have had a more lasting effect. 

2017 Ford Expedition Dashboard

The Ford Expedition is the kind of car that can keep everyone inside it happy and comfortable. The driver will be happy with the engine, the good steering setup, and a bunch of other driver aids, while the other occupants can enjoy their spacious seats, and other infotainment features, while traveling to a long destination or while doing their regular commute.

Model

Ford Expedition

Nissan Armada

Chevrolet Tahoe

Toyota Sequoia

Passenger capacity

8

8

8

8

Front (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

39.6/63.2/41.1

40.9/63.8/41.9

42.8/64.8/45.3

34.8/66.4/42.5

Second

(Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

39.8/63.7/39.1

40.0/63.4/39.0

38.7/65.1/39.0

34.9/65.6/40.9

Third

(Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

38.3/51.9/37.7

36.4/60.5/28.3

38.1/62.6/24.8

34.5/65.7/35.3

There’s no telling apart among the four vehicles as all of them can capacitate 8 passengers. Front passengers can enjoy a generous headroom and legroom in the Chevrolet Tahoe. The Nissan Armada takes the stage when it comes to second-row passenger headroom, while the Toyota excels in the legroom area. However, Toyota does continue to suffer from the lack of headroom for the second-row passengers, while the Nissan and the Chevrolet lack legroom.

Finally, the 2017 Ford Expedition SUV favors a more spacious third-row passenger headroom and legroom as well. Meanwhile, Toyota still can’t recover from the lack of headroom; the Chevrolet has significantly less legroom for its third-row passengers. Some of the interior features in the 2017 Ford Expedition are:

  • 4 way manually adjustable passenger seat
  • Manually foldable third-row seats
  • Reclining rear seats and split-folding rear seatback
  • Rear ventilation ducts
  • 1 one-touch power window
  • Digital keypad power door lock
  • External temperature display
  • Rear parking sensors and a rearview camera
  • Tilt and telescopic electric power steering with audio and cruise controls
  • Destination download and guidance

How intuitive is the 2017 Ford Expedition’s infotainment unit?

The 2017 Ford Expedition SUV is an infotainment sanctuary with abundant features and numerous connectivity options. The Sync 3 infotainment has an 8-inch touch screen display with user-friendly controls and is compatible with Apple Carplay and Android Auto.

2017 Ford Expedition Infotainment System

No matter how capable the engine is, or how good a car is to drive, there comes a point, beyond which the lack of a proper infotainment system can be a problem, such as setting up navigation, vibing to your favorite music while leisurely cruising on the highway. With the Ford Expedition as your companion, you won’t have any troubles in that department. Major infotainment features are-

  • 6 total speakers
  • USB connection
  • Auxiliary audio input
  • Separate rear audio
  • Speed sensitive volume control
  • Satellite radio
  • AM/FM stereo
2017 Ford Expedition SUV Interior
2017 Ford Expedition SUV Interior
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2017 Ford Expedition SUV Interior

2017 Ford Expedition Exterior

7.7/10

The Ford Expedition is one such vehicle that stays true to the ideals of a true American SUV. It's huge and is capable of scaring small car drivers just by showing up on the rear mirrors. The use of aluminum body panels has reduced the weight of the 2017 Ford Expedition SUV up to a great extent. The smooth surfaces and the handsome square face of the Ford complement its exterior lighting and chrome trims. 

2017 Ford Expedition Front Angle View

Ford follows the traditional dimensional aspects of a 3-seater SUV, however from a driving point of view, one has to evaluate the garage spaces and parking spots before employing the docking maneuvers. The front parking sensors and the 360-degree camera come in handy in this regard. 

Model

Ford Expedition

Nissan Armada

Chevrolet Tahoe

Toyota Sequoia

Curb weight (lbs.)

5789

5576

5356

5730

Length(in)

206.5

208.9

204.0

205.1

Width(in)

78.8

79.9

80.5

79.9

Height(in)

77.2

75.8

74.4

77.0

Ground clearance (in)

8.7

9.1

7.9

9.9

Wheelbase (in)

119.0

121.1

116.0

122.0

Track width (in) F/R

67.0/67.7

67.5/67.9

N/A

67.9/69.1

Other than being the longest of all, the Nissan Armada has balanced dimensional characteristics. Meanwhile, the Chevrolet Tahoe is the shortest length-wise and height-wise other than being the widest and having the least ground clearance and wheelbase. Some of the key features in the 2017 Ford Expedition are:

  • Intermittent rear wipers
  • Privacy glass
  • Rear defogger
  • Roof rack
  • Variable intermittent wipers
  • Skid plates
  • Step running boards
  • Rear Liftgate door with a manual flip-up window
2017 Ford Expedition SUV Exterior
2017 Ford Expedition SUV Exterior
2017 Ford Expedition SUV Exterior
2017 Ford Expedition SUV Exterior
2017 Ford Expedition SUV Exterior
2017 Ford Expedition SUV Exterior

2017 Ford Expedition Safety

5.9/10

Making it the best cruiser, the new Ford Expedition houses some of the latest safety technology, which is active as well as passive in nature, namely lane-keeping assist and automated emergency braking to ensure it doesn’t compromise with its on-road safety. The above features barely touch the tip of the iceberg. 

However, the car has been designed to meet the highest safety standards set by governmental agencies and other institutions that have the final say in the level of security offered by a car. The mainstream safety ratings of the country are offered by NHTSA and IIHS. In the NHTSA ratings, the Expedition scores a 5-star rating, which is too good a testament of safety. Major safety features include-

  • 3-point safety belts for all seating positions
  • AdvanceTrac with RSC (Roll Stability Control)
  • Belt-Minder front safety belt reminder Child-safety rear door locks
  • Height-adjustable shoulder safety belts for 1st row
  • LATCH – Lower Anchors and Tether Anchors for Children (rear outboard seating positions)
  • MyKey
  • Perimeter alarm
  • Rearview camera

2017 Ford Expedition Competition

7.6/10

Ford Expedition vs Nissan Armada

The heavy-duty SUV Nissan Armada is a luxury crossover with posh styling and excellent drivability. The interior ambiance is maintained by the Bose audio, 8-inch touch screen infotainment system, and its navigational characteristics. Features like automated emergency braking and adaptive cruise control ensure a safe and secure riding experience, while the 5.6-liter V8 engine pumps out a roaring performance.

2017 Nissan Armada Three Quarter View

In comparison with the 2017 Ford Expedition SUV, the new Nissan Armada has quite an impressive engine performance and fairly similar acceleration numbers. But it sure does need work on its braking and fuel efficiency. It does have a better passenger seating space and lacks behind in cargo volume.

Ford Expedition vs Chevrolet Tahoe

The new Chevrolet Tahoe has earned its reputation as a dominating player in the SUV world with its full-size crossover dimensions and heaps of high-tech features, including forward collision warning and lane-keeping assist. The 5.3-liter V8 engine is responsible for its outstanding performance, while the interiors are maintained by its user-friendly infotainment system.

2017 Chevrolet Tahoe Three Quarter View

Up against the 2017 Ford Expedition SUV, it does lack behind in its engine output and acceleration, performs better with its brakes, is exceptionally fuel-efficient but has lesser interior spacing and cargo volume.

Ford Expedition vs Toyota Sequoia

Powered by the 5.7-liter V8 engine, the new Toyota Sequoia is a perfect SUV in all sense and represents the reputation of Toyota immaculately. With fresh exterior designs and loads of active safety features like adaptive cruise control and lane departure warning, Toyota makes sure it doesn’t leave any stone unturned.

2017 Toyota Sequoia Three Quarter Front View

When it is compared with the 2017 Ford Expedition SUV, we get to see that it has a somewhat powerful engine output and quite similar acceleration figures but lacks behind in terms of braking and a lot more in terms of fuel economy. What’s compromising is its congested seating area, although it can accommodate a large amount of luggage.

2017 Ford Expedition Final Verdict

Overall, the 2017 Ford Expedition is exactly what you need in an all-around road cruiser. Performance, economy, and practicality - you name it and the Ford gets it done better than most of its rivals. What can be bothering is the high base price. But, if you are looking for a long-term purchase of a family SUV, we would highly recommend you to go for the 2017 Ford Expedition SUV as it’s definitely worth it.

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