Ford Expedition vs. Nissan Armada, Toyota Sequoia, and GMC Yukon

The Ford Expedition is a full-size SUV that has made a large mark in the last decade. Here, we compare it to similarly priced SUVs on various attributes.

2016 Ford Expedition vs. 2015 Nissan Armada SV

Exterior - The 2016 Ford Expedition comes equipped with Ford's signature perimeter/approach lights while the Armada does not. Some features these vehicles share include halogen headlight beams, power remote mirrors, and heated mirrors. The Expedition allows for an optional sunroof.

Interior - The Ford Expedition comes with 2 first row LCD monitors, optional remote start, telescoping steering wheel, SecuriCode Keypad, and voice activated audio control. None of these features come with the Nissan Armada. Both have illuminated glove boxes, garage door transmitters, and auxiliary audio inputs.

Mechanical - Both vehicles come with 18-inch wheel diameters. However, the Ford Expedition comes with 365 horsepower while the Armada has 317 hp. Both have aluminum wheels and 4WD, but the Expedition comes with twin turbo compressors.

Dimensions - Both have a 28-gallon fuel tank. However, the fuel economy with the Expedition is 17-combined mpg while the Armada sits at 14-combined mpg. Maximum interior cargo volume in the Ford Expedition is 108 cubic feet while the Armada has only 97 cubic feet.

2016 Ford Expedition vs. 2015 Toyota Sequoia SR

Exterior - Shared features between the Ford Expedition and the Toyota Sequoia include heated driver- and passenger-side mirrors, delay-off headlights, and a window grid antenna.

Interior - Features available on the Expedition that are not in the Sequoia include rear parking sensors, adjustable pedals, spotter mirror, and optional remote engine start. Both have 8-passenger seating capacity, wireless phone connectivity (Bluetooth), and voice activated audio control (which is only optional on the Sequoia).

Mechanical - The Ford Expedition has a 3.5L engine while the Sequoia has a 5.7 L engine. Both have 18-inch wheel diameters and 4WD. The wheel width on the Expedition is half and inch wider than the Sequoia.

Dimensions - The Ford Expedition has 2 extra gallons of space in the fuel tank when compared to the Sequoia. Furthermore, the Expedition gets an extra 3 gallons per mile than the Sequoia.

2016 Ford Expedition vs. 2015 GMC Yukon SLE

Exterior - The Yukon does not have an option for a sunroof like the Expedition. However, both have comparable features like remote activated perimeter/approach lights and delay-off headlamps. The Expedition does come with a full roof rack while the Yukon only comes with the rails.

Interior - The 2016 Ford Expedition comes with a telescoping steering wheel, SecuriCode keypad, and rear-seat audio controls. These features do not come with the 2015 GMC Yukon SLE. However, both feature rear parking sensors, Bluetooth compatibility, and driver vanity mirrors.

Mechanical - The Expedition has 10 more horsepower than the GMC Yukon. Additionally, the Expedition has 420 lbs. of torque while the Yukon has 383 lbs. of torque.

Dimensions - Again the fuel tank size surpasses the competition. The fuel economy on the Yukon is only an extra mile per gallon than the Expedition. The maximum interior cargo volume in the Expedition is 108 cubic feet versus the Yukons 94.7 cubic feet.