Buyers looking for a full-featured SUV may be thinking about the pros and cons of buying a Ford Expedition vs. Chevy Suburban. Both offer drivers many appealing features, including technological hook-ups. However, the 2018 Chevy Suburban is the one SUV that can meet all your needs.
In addition to driver ratings placing the Suburban ahead, only Chevy offers a three-year general limited warranty and a five-year warranty on its powertrain. When a company stands behind its vehicle like this, you know you can trust its reliability.Download Brochure
When creating the 2018 Chevy Suburban, Chevrolet made sure to keep the features from prior models that their buyers know and love. They also added new ones, including a new exterior color: Satin Steel Metallic. The manufacturer has made a new package for the LT and Premier trims available as well, known as the RST package. This exciting upgrade includes racing-ready exteriors and larger wheels.
The 2018 Ford Expedition has an updated engine design, but still retains the small fuel tank volume and small cargo volume of previous models. As such, 2018 car buyers can’t exactly justify spending more to buy the newest model.Download Brochure
The 2018 Chevrolet Suburban comes in 11 available shades, helping drivers pick out a car that expresses their individuality. Featuring a long, but narrow design, the vehicle is still easy enough to maneuver in city traffic but gives you the space you and your family need. It’s a rugged but attractive vehicle, with unmatched swagger.
While the Ford Expedition was also recently redesigned, its boxy and awkward exterior is unrivaled by the Suburban’s sleek appearance. Its shape makes the SUV difficult to park and maneuver in traffic, making it ill-suited for families with urban lifestyles.Download Brochure
Chevrolet designed the interior of the Suburban to offer a quiet and comfortable ride, for the driver and all their passengers. The interior has a ton of cargo and leg room, enough to comfortably transport nine people. Drivers and passengers are also offered the convenience of 14 in-vehicle charging stations.
Conversely, the Expedition does not offer drivers a roomy or flexible interior, making it hard to access extra seating or storage. To make matters even worse, the vehicle offers fewer seats and less storage room when all seating rows are activated.Download Brochure
The Suburban offers superior safety features aimed at preventing collisions as well as providing protection if something out of the driver’s control goes wrong. Some of these features include front and rear collision alert, rear parking camera, rear cross traffic alert, and lane change alert with an automatic side blind zone alert system.
Ford has included the same safety features in the 2018 Expedition, an improvement over 2017’s model. However, because these improvements have only recently been introduced, there are no crash or safety scores available. Families should instead opt for a vehicle with safety ratings they can rely on.Download Brochure
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If you are trying to decide between a Ford Expedition vs. Chevy Suburban, you can experience the difference by taking them both for a test drive. Seeing the safety and technological features in action is the best way to determine if the car is perfect for you.
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When you are looking for a reliable SUV with amazing fuel economy, a roomy interior, and a rugged, yet useful exterior, the Chevy Suburban is the clear choice. It has room for your whole family and can transport you in comfort regardless of the length of your trip. Tested safety features also give you peace of mind, especially when you are traveling with your whole family.