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Reply It's 2020I still don't know why they changed the name to Yukon XL instead of GMC Suburban Like it used to be Reply Ford's faster Reply Chevy is the king. Chevy is always the edge over the ford no matter what you do Reply In two years the EcoBoost will grenade. The Suburban will still be like new. Reply I’ve driven the new 6.2 and the eco post still blows it away especially towing it’s so effortless Reply I noticed that The Ford squats more than the Chevy Reply Expedicions 3rd row seat is way Better Reply FORD SUCKS NO MATTER IS YOU PUT GOLD ON IT. CHEVY FOR LIFE #SUBURBAN EVERY DAY ALL DAY. Reply I own one. Ford Expedition Stealth. The rubber around the passenger windows is already warping. Unacceptable for a $70k SUV. Reply A real comparison would be the 5.3 to the 5.0 and a 6.2 to the 3.5 turbo. Also you can get the 6.2 you just have to get the higher trim. Reply I have owned both and I would never own a suburban again. If you like door handles and trim falling off driving down the road then it is for you. My suburban dash had more cracks than a nudist colony. Same age and miles and the expedition held up way better. Reply actually u can get a 6.2 subburban idk if thats new but i know u can get it now because chrolet puts that info on their website, and yes i am looking at the suburbban, not the tahoe Reply I think the expedition is more a professional truck/van, with more power, more gears, a more upscale interior, massaging seats (for real 😮 ), whereas the suburban is more of a family truck. 2 screens for passagers, a little bit more room, easier access to seats with a larger corridor to remove/install baby car seats.I prefer the Suburban if I think of my 5 children, I prefer the Expedition if I think of the massaging seats Reply The expedition is sexy Reply $84,000 for a Ford Expedition. You have to be joking me. Ford can keep them. Lmao Reply doesnt the expedition do better hauling larger trailers/ campers? Reply Notice the difference in rear squat? Looked like the Burban sat nice and strong…. Reply Why doesn't either one of these companies offer a 3/4 ton version? GM makes them, but only offers them for sale to the government or fleet vehicle buyers, not the general public…pathetic. Reply I am interested in the Ford with the Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow Package to tow a Winnebago trailer rated at 6620 dry weight. This will be to use probably like 5-10 times a year for our family of 3. I am new to the RV experience and would like to have feedback. I am not too much fan of a pickup all year long and thought this SUV might be the solution. Thank you Reply I Like both Reply My god that chevy is noisy. Reply Suburban kinda loud from the inside Reply I take the ford Reply Just had a 18’ Expedition WITHOUT the max towing package and it was scary. It didn’t tow well and the 3.5 got hot! Make sure you folks get the max towing package if you plan on towing on a regular basis. The salesman told me it didn’t matter, and it does. Reply All GM engines with AFM have issues; and when it goes you may or may not get an engine code. It keeps pouring gas into the cylinder spark doesn't go off, the gas makes it's way into the oil, bye-bye engine. Google AFM issues, and search for AFM removal kits on Amazon, people aren't spending $600-$900 to remove AFM for no reason. Reply thanks i needed to see this Reply LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.