2011 Ford Expedition King Ranch

2011 Ford Expedition Competitors

$38-50k full-size SUV, designed & built in U.S.A. 13-14 city / 18-20 hwy flex-fuel engine
310 hp 329 cu. in. V8 4 stars stability control, ABS, child door locks

As well as being compared against other full-size SUVs, minivan and SUVs and truck and SUVs, the 2011 Ford Expedition King Ranch is also often compared to cargo vans. The 2011 Ford Expedition King Ranch's top rivals come from Ford (such as the Explorer Limited and the F150 SuperCrew Cab Lariat) and Lincoln (such as the Navigator )

compared to full-size SUV competitors

Generally, some of the advantages of the Expedition King Ranch compared to other full-size SUV competitors include: it slightly more ground clearance (8.7" vs 7.6"), has slightly more spacious back seats (43.4 ft3 vs 37.9 ft3), has better traction (four-wheel drive vs two-wheel drive), has an auxiliary audio input jack and has smoother suspension (independent vs live).

However, on average it is slightly less fuel efficient in the city (13 mpg vs 17 mpg), is significantly less fuel efficient on the highway (18 mpg vs 24 mpg), is slightly more sluggish (18.9 lb/hp vs 16.9 lb/hp), has slightly fewer airbags (5 vs 6) and slightly slower 0-60 time (9.1 seconds vs 7.9 seconds).

2011 Ford Explorer Limited

2011 Ford Explorer Limited
$38,360

Significant advantages of the Explorer Limited (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Much better highway mileage: 25 mpg vs 18 mpg
  • Significantly better city mileage: 17 mpg vs 13 mpg
  • Paddle shifters comes standard

Significant disadvantages of the Explorer Limited (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Less ground clearance for rough terrain: 7.6" vs 8.7"
  • Less cargo room: 80.7 ft3 vs 108.3 ft3
  • CD player not available

common strengths of the Explorer Limited and Expedition King Ranch

  • Number of rows of seating: 3 vs 3
  • Both come standard with leather interiors
  • Both come standard with roof rails
arrow Compare the Explorer Limited vs the Expedition King Ranch

2011 Lincoln Navigator

2011 Lincoln Navigator
$58,625

Significant advantages of the Navigator (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • More ground clearance for rough terrain: 9.8" vs 8.7"
  • Much longer-lasting basic warranty: 4 year vs 3 year
  • Much longer basic warranty: 50,000 mile vs 36,000 mile

Significant disadvantages of the Navigator (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Only has four-wheel drive: two-wheel drive vs four-wheel drive
  • Higher risk of rolling over during emergency lane change: 3 stars vs 4 stars

common strengths of the Navigator and Expedition King Ranch

  • Number of rows of seating: 3 vs 3
  • People mover: 8 vs 8
  • Both come standard with leather interiors
arrow Compare the 2011 Lincoln Navigator vs the 2011 Ford Expedition King Ranch

2012 GMC Acadia SLE

2012 GMC Acadia SLE
$37,890

Significant advantages of the Acadia SLE (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

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Significant disadvantages of the Acadia SLE (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Significantly less ground clearance for rough terrain: 7.4" vs 8.7"
  • Number of rows of seating: 2 vs 3
  • Folding rear seats not available

common strengths of the Acadia SLE and Expedition King Ranch

  • Good protection, only 10% to 20% chance of rolling over during emergency lane change: 4 stars vs 4 stars
  • People mover: 8 vs 8
  • Both come standard with roof rails
arrow Compare the 2012 GMC Acadia SLE vs the 2011 Ford Expedition King Ranch

2011 Toyota Land Cruiser

2011 Toyota Land Cruiser
$69,730

Significant advantages of the Land Cruiser (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Significantly more powerful: 381 HP @ 5,600 RPM vs 310 HP @ 5,100 RPM
  • Many more airbags: 7 vs 5
  • Significantly faster 0-60 mph time: 7.3 seconds vs 9.1 seconds

Significant disadvantages of the Land Cruiser (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Less cargo room: 81.7 ft3 vs 108.3 ft3
  • Rougher suspension: Live vs Independent
  • Significantly more expensive: $69,730 vs $50,650

common strengths of the Land Cruiser and Expedition King Ranch

  • Both will do well in poor weather or off-road conditions: four-wheel drive vs four-wheel drive
  • Number of rows of seating: 3 vs 3
  • People mover: 8 vs 8
arrow Compare the 2011 Toyota Land Cruiser vs the 2011 Ford Expedition King Ranch

2012 Chevrolet Traverse LS

2012 Chevrolet Traverse LS
$30,240

Significant advantages of the Traverse LS (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Much better highway mileage: 24 mpg vs 18 mpg
  • Significantly better city mileage: 17 mpg vs 13 mpg
  • Significantly cheaper: $30,240 vs $50,650

Significant disadvantages of the Traverse LS (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Significantly less ground clearance for rough terrain: 7.2" vs 8.7"
  • Only has four-wheel drive: two-wheel drive vs four-wheel drive
  • Number of rows of seating: 2 vs 3

common strengths of the Traverse LS and Expedition King Ranch

  • Good protection, only 10% to 20% chance of rolling over during emergency lane change: 4 stars vs 4 stars
  • People mover: 8 vs 8
  • Both can control front A/C separately from rear A/C
arrow Compare the 2012 Chevrolet Traverse LS vs the 2011 Ford Expedition King Ranch

2012 Ford Flex SE

2012 Ford Flex SE
$30,180

Significant advantages of the Flex SE (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Much better highway mileage: 24 mpg vs 18 mpg
  • Significantly better city mileage: 17 mpg vs 13 mpg
  • Much shorter braking distance from 60mph: 128 ft vs 154 ft

Significant disadvantages of the Flex SE (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Only has four-wheel drive: two-wheel drive vs four-wheel drive
  • Rear air conditioning not available
  • Passenger power seats not available

common strengths of the Flex SE and Expedition King Ranch

  • Number of rows of seating: 3 vs 3
arrow Compare the Flex SE vs the Expedition King Ranch

compared to minivan and SUV competitors

Generally, some of the advantages of the Expedition King Ranch compared to other minivan and SUV competitors include: it has 3 rows of seats (3 vs 2), less chance of rolling over during emergency lane change (4 stars vs 3 stars), has slightly more seats (8 vs 5), is slightly more powerful (310 HP @ 5,100 RPM vs 187 HP @ 5,800 RPM) and has better traction (four-wheel drive vs front-wheel drive).

However, on average it has slightly fewer airbags (5 vs 6), is slightly less fuel efficient in the city (13 mpg vs 18 mpg), is slightly less fuel efficient on the highway (18 mpg vs 25 mpg), costs more ($50,650 vs $34,660) and significantly longer braking distance from 60mph (154 ft vs 134 ft).

2011 Dodge Grand Caravan Passenger Crew

2011 Dodge Grand Caravan Passenger Crew
$29,630

Significant advantages of the Grand Caravan Passenger Crew (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Much shorter braking distance from 60mph: 128 ft vs 154 ft
  • Better highway mileage: 25 mpg vs 18 mpg
  • Cheaper: $29,630 vs $50,650

Significant disadvantages of the Grand Caravan Passenger Crew (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Number of rows of seating: 2 vs 3
  • Only has four-wheel drive: front-wheel drive vs four-wheel drive
  • Folding rear seats not available

common strengths of the Grand Caravan Passenger Crew and Expedition King Ranch

  • Good protection, only 10% to 20% chance of rolling over during emergency lane change: 4 stars vs 4 stars
  • Both can control front A/C separately from rear A/C
  • Both cars offer an entertainment system for passengers, but it'll cost extra to get it on the {worse}
arrow Compare the 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan Passenger Crew vs the 2011 Ford Expedition King Ranch

2011 Toyota 4Runner Limited

2011 Toyota 4Runner Limited
$39,210

Significant advantages of the 4Runner Limited (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Significantly shorter braking distance from 60mph: 138 ft vs 154 ft
  • Moon roof comes standard
  • Faster 0-60 mph time: 7.1 seconds vs 9.1 seconds

Significant disadvantages of the 4Runner Limited (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Higher risk of rolling over during emergency lane change: 3 stars vs 4 stars
  • Only has four-wheel drive: two-wheel drive vs four-wheel drive
  • Rear air conditioning not available

common strengths of the 4Runner Limited and Expedition King Ranch

  • Number of rows of seating: 3 vs 3
  • Both have power seats for the passenger
  • Both come standard with leather interiors
arrow Compare the 2011 Toyota 4Runner Limited vs the 2011 Ford Expedition King Ranch

2011 Toyota Highlander SE

2011 Toyota Highlander SE
$34,660

Significant advantages of the Highlander SE (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Significantly shorter braking distance from 60mph: 139 ft vs 154 ft
  • Moon roof comes standard
  • Sportier performance: 15.0 lb/hp vs 18.9 lb/hp

Significant disadvantages of the Highlander SE (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Only has four-wheel drive: two-wheel drive vs four-wheel drive
  • Rear air conditioning not available
  • Passenger power seats not available

common strengths of the Highlander SE and Expedition King Ranch

  • Number of rows of seating: 3 vs 3
  • Good protection, only 10% to 20% chance of rolling over during emergency lane change: 4 stars vs 4 stars
  • Both come standard with leather interiors
arrow Compare the 2011 Toyota Highlander SE vs the 2011 Ford Expedition King Ranch

2012 Ford Escape XLT

2012 Ford Escape XLT
$25,495

Significant advantages of the Escape XLT (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Significantly better highway mileage: 28 mpg vs 18 mpg
  • Significantly better city mileage: 21 mpg vs 13 mpg
  • Significantly cheaper: $25,495 vs $50,650

Significant disadvantages of the Escape XLT (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Number of rows of seating: 2 vs 3
  • Higher risk of rolling over during emergency lane change: 3 stars vs 4 stars
  • Worse brakes

common strengths of the Escape XLT and Expedition King Ranch

  • Both come standard with roof rails
  • Both can be upgraded to include an entertainment system
  • Both have power seats
arrow Compare the Escape XLT vs the Expedition King Ranch

2011 Toyota Sienna

2011 Toyota Sienna
$25,870

Significant advantages of the Sienna (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Significantly shorter braking distance from 60mph: 134 ft vs 154 ft
  • Better city mileage: 19 mpg vs 13 mpg
  • Significantly cheaper: $25,870 vs $50,650

Significant disadvantages of the Sienna (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Only has four-wheel drive: front-wheel drive vs four-wheel drive
  • Significantly less powerful: 187 HP @ 5,800 RPM vs 310 HP @ 5,100 RPM
  • Roof rails not available

common strengths of the Sienna and Expedition King Ranch

  • Number of rows of seating: 3 vs 3
  • Good protection, only 10% to 20% chance of rolling over during emergency lane change: 4 stars vs 4 stars
  • Both can control front A/C separately from rear A/C
arrow Compare the 2011 Toyota Sienna vs the 2011 Ford Expedition King Ranch

2011 Acura MDX

2011 Acura MDX
$55,340

Significant advantages of the MDX (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Significantly shorter braking distance from 60mph: 132 ft vs 154 ft
  • Paddle shifters comes standard
  • Significantly longer basic warranty: 50,000 mile vs 36,000 mile

Significant disadvantages of the MDX (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Only has four-wheel drive: all-wheel drive vs four-wheel drive
  • Roof rails not available
  • Premium radio not available

common strengths of the MDX and Expedition King Ranch

  • Number of rows of seating: 3 vs 3
  • Good protection, only 10% to 20% chance of rolling over during emergency lane change: 4 stars vs 4 stars
  • Both can control front A/C separately from rear A/C
arrow Compare the 2011 Acura MDX vs the 2011 Ford Expedition King Ranch

compared to truck and SUV competitors

Generally, some of the advantages of the Expedition King Ranch compared to other truck and SUV competitors include: it has much more seats (8 vs 5), has much more cargo space (108.3 ft3 vs 45.5 ft3), has slightly more spacious front seats (59.7 ft3 vs 39.0 ft3), has better traction (four-wheel drive vs two-wheel drive) and has smoother suspension (independent vs live).

However, on average it is significantly less fuel efficient in the city (13 mpg vs 19 mpg), is significantly less fuel efficient on the highway (18 mpg vs 25 mpg), costs more ($50,650 vs $22,675), has slightly less spacious back seats (43.4 ft3 vs 59.0 ft3) and much slower 0-60 time (9.1 seconds vs 6.7 seconds).

2011 Ford F150 SuperCrew Cab Lariat

2011 Ford F150 SuperCrew Cab Lariat
$42,045

Significant advantages of the F150 SuperCrew Cab Lariat (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Much faster 0-60 mph time: 6.2 seconds vs 9.1 seconds
  • Much shorter braking distance from 60mph: 132 ft vs 154 ft
  • Significantly better highway mileage: 21 mpg vs 18 mpg

Significant disadvantages of the F150 SuperCrew Cab Lariat (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Rougher suspension: Live vs Independent
  • Rear air conditioning not available
  • Roof rails not available

common strengths of the F150 SuperCrew Cab Lariat and Expedition King Ranch

  • Both will do well in poor weather or off-road conditions: four-wheel drive vs four-wheel drive
  • Both have an audio-in jack so you can plug in your own MP3 player to the stereo
  • Power steering availability
arrow Compare the F150 SuperCrew Cab Lariat vs the Expedition King Ranch

2011 Ford F250 Super Duty Regular Cab XLT

2011 Ford F250 Super Duty Regular Cab XLT
$36,020

Significant advantages of the F250 Super Duty Regular Cab XLT (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Significantly more powerful: 385 HP @ 5,500 RPM vs 310 HP @ 5,100 RPM
  • Much faster 0-60 mph time: 6.7 seconds vs 9.1 seconds
  • Significantly cheaper: $36,020 vs $50,650

Significant disadvantages of the F250 Super Duty Regular Cab XLT (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Rougher suspension: Live vs Independent
  • Much more cramped front seats: 39.0 ft3 vs 59.7 ft3
  • Rear air conditioning not available

common strengths of the F250 Super Duty Regular Cab XLT and Expedition King Ranch

  • Both have lots of cargo room: 78.6 ft3 vs 108.3 ft3
  • Both will do well in poor weather or off-road conditions: four-wheel drive vs four-wheel drive
  • Both have an audio-in jack so you can plug in your own MP3 player to the stereo
arrow Compare the F250 Super Duty Regular Cab XLT vs the Expedition King Ranch

2011 Chevrolet Avalanche LS

2011 Chevrolet Avalanche LS
$40,300

Significant advantages of the Avalanche LS (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Significantly better highway mileage: 21 mpg vs 18 mpg
  • Better city mileage: 15 mpg vs 13 mpg
  • Significantly roomier back seats: 59.0 ft3 vs 43.4 ft3

Significant disadvantages of the Avalanche LS (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Rougher suspension: Live vs Independent
  • Rear air conditioning not available
  • Much less cargo room: 45.5 ft3 vs 108.3 ft3

common strengths of the Avalanche LS and Expedition King Ranch

  • Both will do well in poor weather or off-road conditions: four-wheel drive vs four-wheel drive
  • Both have an audio-in jack so you can plug in your own MP3 player to the stereo
  • Power steering availability
arrow Compare the 2011 Chevrolet Avalanche LS vs the 2011 Ford Expedition King Ranch

2011 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab

2011 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab
$22,675

Significant advantages of the Tacoma Double Cab (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Much better highway mileage: 25 mpg vs 18 mpg
  • Much better city mileage: 19 mpg vs 13 mpg
  • Much cheaper: $22,675 vs $50,650

Significant disadvantages of the Tacoma Double Cab (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Much less powerful: 159 HP @ 5,200 RPM vs 310 HP @ 5,100 RPM
  • Rougher suspension: Live vs Independent
  • Rear air conditioning not available

common strengths of the Tacoma Double Cab and Expedition King Ranch

  • Good protection, only 10% to 20% chance of rolling over during emergency lane change: 4 stars vs 4 stars
  • Both have an audio-in jack so you can plug in your own MP3 player to the stereo
  • Power steering availability
arrow Compare the 2011 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab vs the 2011 Ford Expedition King Ranch

compared to cargo van competitors

Generally, some of the advantages of the Expedition King Ranch compared to cargo van competitors include: it has much more seats (8 vs 2), is slightly more powerful (310 HP @ 5,100 RPM vs 283 HP @ 6,400 RPM), has better traction (four-wheel drive vs front-wheel drive), has smoother suspension (independent vs semi-independent) and has 3 rows of seats (3 vs 1).

However, on average it is much less fuel efficient in the city (13 mpg vs 17 mpg), is much less fuel efficient on the highway (18 mpg vs 25 mpg), costs more ($50,650 vs $22,635), has slightly less cargo space (108.3 ft3 vs 143.8 ft3) and much longer braking distance from 60mph (154 ft vs 128 ft).

2011 Dodge Grand Caravan Cargo

2011 Dodge Grand Caravan Cargo
$22,635

Significant advantages of the Grand Caravan Cargo (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Much shorter braking distance from 60mph: 128 ft vs 154 ft
  • Much cheaper: $22,635 vs $50,650
  • Much better highway mileage: 25 mpg vs 18 mpg

Significant disadvantages of the Grand Caravan Cargo (vs the Expedition King Ranch)

  • Only has four-wheel drive: front-wheel drive vs four-wheel drive
  • Rougher suspension: Semi-independent vs Independent
  • Fewer seats: 2 vs 8

common strengths of the Grand Caravan Cargo and Expedition King Ranch

  • Both have a smooth suspension, quite rare in this class of vehicle: Semi-independent vs Independent
  • The {better} can connect your personal music device to the stereo system
  • Both have outstanding airbag coverage: 5 vs 5
arrow Compare the 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan Cargo vs the 2011 Ford Expedition King Ranch