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There are a number of points when you may want to know exactly how long a Ford Expedition is. Maybe you own one and need to use something with it, or you are about to buy one and make sure it is going to fit in your garage.
The base model of the Ford Expedition, and a number of the other trims all clock in at 210”, the variation comes with the Max trims that extend it to 221.9”. As you can see, this is another 10”, which may be significant or not, depending on what you are looking into the length for.
As well as length there are some other dimensions that you may be wondering about with your Ford Expedition, so we are going to have a look at that, and also, have a look at how the Ford Expedition compares to other full-size SUVs.
Why Do I Care What Length My SUV Is?
You may be wondering why you should care about the length of your SUV, or you may already have had some reason in mind when you asked how long the Ford Expedition is.
It can be as simple as getting oriented with the vehicle. If you are used to driving something that is much smaller, knowing how big your SUV is going to be is going to give you some sense of scale, so you can get an idea of what it is going to be like to drive.
You may be wanting to two something, and need to get an idea of what the overall length of the vehicle plus the trailer is going to be.
You may have something that you want to transport in it, like a couch or something. Or you may be asking, is this thing going to fit in my garage?
How Does The Trim Style Affect The Length?
The answer to this one, as you will see from the table, is that the trim style that you choose with the Expedition really isn’t going to have that much impact on your length. If you are moving from a normal-sized car to an SUV you are maybe going to feel it more, but if this is the first SUV you have driven it really isn’t going to present any kind of handicap.
Model Length Comparison Table
|Limited 4dr SUV 4WD||210”|
|Limited 4dr SUV 2WD||210”|
|XLT 4dr SUV 4WD||210”|
|Max Limited 4dr SUV 4WD||221.9”|
|Platinum 4dr SUV 4WD||210”|
|Max Platinum 4dr SUV 4WD||221.9”|
|Max XLT 4dr SUV 4WD||221.9”|
|XL Fleet 4dr SUV||210”|
How Tall Is A Ford Expedition?
In the same way that your trim size choice with the Ford Expedition doesn’t have much effect on the length of the vehicle, it also doesn’t present much of a difference in terms of the height either, the tallest models are clocking in at 79.9 inches, and the shorter trim models are coming in at 76.4 inches. The lower profile corresponds to the longer vehicles which have a sleeker profile.
Again, with this, the importance of this measurement is going to depend a lot on what you are doing with your vehicle. Does your garage have low clearance, and are you going to be parking in places with a similarly low clearance?
Like length, the height may also be a concern when you are thinking about transitioning from a smaller vehicle, but it is definitely something you are going to get used to.
How Wide is a Ford Expedition?
When it comes to the width of the Ford Expedition, the measurement across the different trims actually remains fixed at 79.9 inches.
How Much Does The Ford Expedition Weigh?
The trim that you choose for your Ford Expedition is going to have an impact on the curb weight of your vehicle. This is important to know when you are trying to calculate what your payload capacity is, which is going to be important when you are carrying any amount of luggage or packages.
This is mainly going to factor in if the packages or large, or you are going to be hauling them around for a long time, such as going on holiday and traveling a long distance.
It is also going to affect your fuel efficiency, with the heavier trims meaning that you get less mpg.
Ford Expedition Trim Weight Comparison Table
|Limited 4dr SUV 4WD||5692 lbs|
|Limited 4dr SUV 2WD||5443 lbs|
|XLT 4dr SUV 4WD||5692 lbs|
|Max Limited 4dr SUV 4WD||5544 lbs|
|Platinum 4dr SUV 4WD||5443 lbs|
|Max Platinum 4dr SUV 4WD||5544 lbs.|
|Max XLT 4dr SUV 4WD||5793 lbs.|
|XL Fleet 4dr SUV||5692 lbs|
What Is The Difference Between A Ford Expedition Xl And XLT?
The main difference between the XL and the XLT is that one is the base model, which comes without all the whistles and bells. The engines are both the same – they are 5.4 liter V8s, so they both pack the same punch.
Aesthetically, the XLT has some larger rims on display and you can get that grille changed out so that it matches the bodywork, and you get a power moonroof as standard with this trim. You also get a universal garage door opener, rain-sensing wipers, and a power gate.
Your XLT has automatic climate control, a fancy steering wheel, and a great navigation system as an option.
Ford Expedition Vs. Chevy Suburban Vs. Lincoln Navigator – Which Is the Longest?
As you can see, even with the additional length from some of the different trims, the Ford Expedition clocks in just under the Chevy Suburban, but with the trim, it comes in longer than the Lincoln Navigator. Whether you consider this to be an advantage or a disadvantage is really going to depend on what you were looking for in your SUV.
Full-Size SUV Length Comparison Table
|Ford Expedition||210” – 221.9”|
How Long Is An Average SUV?
If you are wanting to just think with some general dimensions for your average SUV, the normal lengths are somewhere between 179 and 190.7 inches. Your width is going to run from 69 to 79.4 inches, and the height is 65.9 to 70.3 inches.
The Ford Expedition is pretty standard when it comes to its length, in comparison to other SUVs of the same size. It has some really nice features that come as standard, and you aren’t going to have to spend a lot to upgrade to some great packages. The most expensive optional feature is the towing package, but if you are intending on doing a lot of travel it really is a worthwhile investment.
It really is a well-named vehicle, and given its great towing capacity of 5,900 to 6000 lbs and the cargo capacity, which is larger than its competitors, you are going to be able to really hit the open road and not have to worry about anything.
Hopefully, we have given you something to think about, and have made that choice a little bit easier, when it comes to narrowing down which full-size SUV you want.