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Three diverse leather trims can furnish the Grand Wagoneer, while the Ford Expedition offers two. When you sink into one of the standard 24-way adjustable power front seats in the Grand Wagoneer, choose either heat, ventilation, or optional massage settings to relax. The Ford limits you to optional 10-way power front seats.
Waft some cold air your way when you turn on the standard 4-Zone Automatic Climate Control in the Grand Wagoneer. Or roll open the Tri-Pane Panoramic Sunroof to bring the great outdoors inside.
With the Ford, you do get Tri-Zone Electronic Automatic Temperature Control in each trim, but that’s the max. It also does offer an available Panoramic Vista Roof®, but it doesn’t span the entire length of the Expedition.
One of the differences right off the bat stems from the fact that you can select one of two engines for the Grand Wagoneer. Consider selecting either a vehicle outfitted with the 6.4L HEMI® V8 engine or the optional 3.0L Hurricane Twin-Turbo 510 I6 engine.
At its best, and with the use of the HEMI® V8 engine, your Grand Wagoneer can tow up to 9,850 pounds. The other engine, the I6, produces 510 horsepower, which catapults you across any road. Plus, it can tow up to 9,750 pounds, which is merely 100 pounds less than the primary engine.
Only one engine powers the Ford Expedition. Although it supplies you with a larger tank in the 3.5L EcoBoost® V6 engine, it stops short at 440 horsepower. It provides a maximum towing capacity of 9,300 pounds, which cannot match that of either engine for the Grand Wagoneer.