2022 Ford Expedition vs 2022 Chevrolet Tahoe

It’s easy to see the appeal of a full-size SUV when you have a growing family. These people haulers offer loads of versatility between their three rows of seating and expansive cargo space. So how do you decide which SUV is the best fit for your family?

Let’s take a closer look at two of the most popular vehicles in this category, the 2022 Ford Expedition and 2022 Chevrolet Tahoe, and figure out which one is right for you. 


While the versatility of the interior may be what initially drew you to a full-size SUV, it’s the exterior that will garner everyone’s undivided attention. The new 2022 Ford Expedition and 2022 Chevrolet Tahoe turn heads with their chiseled bodies, wide stances, and bold front ends. 

When we take a look at the spec sheets, we’ll find that the new Ford Expedition and Chevy Tahoe are closely matched in all categories:

  • Length
    • Ford Expedition: 210.0 inches
    • Chevrolet Tahoe: 210.7 inches

  • Wheelbase
    • Ford Expedition: 122.5 inches
    • Chevrolet Tahoe: 120.9 inches

  • Width
    • Ford Expedition: 79.9 inches
    • Chevrolet Tahoe: 81.0 inches

  • Height
    • Ford Expedition: 76.6 inches
    • Chevrolet Tahoe: 75.9 inches

As we can see, the new Ford Expedition offers a longer wheelbase and a slight height advantage, while the Chevy Tahoe is a smidge longer and wider. 

Both of these full-size SUVs are available with hands-free gesture liftgates that open when you kick your foot below the rear bumper. They also feature available power-retractable assist steps that give you a helpful boost into the cabin and LED headlights that are brighter than traditional halogen bulbs. Finally, you’ll find both the Chevy Tahoe and Ford Expedition feature optional roof-mounted side rails to accommodate awkward luggage. 

Advantage of the 2022 Ford Expedition 

  • Slightly taller than the Tahoe
  • Available with power-retractable assist steps to help you get into the cabin 


Full-size SUVs are an excellent solution when you need to haul lots of people and their things. The new 2022 Chevy Tahoe and 2022 Ford Expedition are both three-row SUVs that can seat up to eight people. Those seats can be lowered to accommodate all your cargo, with the new Expedition achieving a maximum cargo capacity of 104 cubic feet and the Tahoe offering 122.0 cubic feet of cargo space. 

Like with the exterior spec sheets, a look at the interior specs shows that the new Ford Expedition and Chevrolet Tahoe are once again closely matched in every category: 

  • Front Headroom
    • Ford Expedition: 42.0 inches
    • Chevrolet Tahoe: 42.3 inches

  • Front Legroom
    • Ford Expedition: 43.9 inches
    • Chevrolet Tahoe: 44.5 inches

  • Second-Row Headroom
    • Ford Expedition: 40.0 inches
    • Chevrolet Tahoe: 38.9 inches

  • Second-Row Legroom
    • Ford Expedition: 41.5 inches
    • Chevrolet Tahoe: 42.0 inches

  • Third-Row Headroom
    • Ford Expedition: 37.3 inches
    • Chevrolet Tahoe: 38.2 inches

  • Third-Row Legroom
    • Ford Expedition: 36.1 inches
    • Chevrolet Tahoe: 36.7 inches

The new 2022 Ford Expedition also features leather-trimmed heated and ventilated front seats to keep you comfortable on your commutes. It’s also available with a rotary gear shift that opens the cabin up and ambient lighting to take the cabin’s style up a notch. This full-size SUV is even available with Active Motion® massaging front seats that take your comfort to the next level. You won’t find any of these features on the Tahoe. 

There are a number of amenities that you’ll find on both the Tahoe and Expedition though. Both of these full-size SUVs are available with tri-zone automatic climate control, auto-dimming rearview mirror, and panoramic sunroofs. They also can both be had with power-sliding second-row seats that provide easy access to the third row. 

Advantage of the 2022 Ford Expedition

  • Available with heated and ventilated front seats
  • Offers Active Motion® massaging front seats
  • Enhanced comfort with the rotary gear shift and ambient lighting


Whether you’re dropping the kids off at practice or embarking on a cross-country family road trip, the new 2022 Chevrolet Tahoe and 2022 Ford Expedition offer plenty of advanced technology features to keep you connected. 

The new Ford Expedition is paired with the Sync® 4A infotainment system that supports smartphone integration via wireless Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™. Sync your device to stream music, answer calls, look up directions, and more from the available 15.5-inch touchscreen. This full-size SUV also features 4G LTE Wi-Fi® (data plan required) that supports up to 10 devices, so you and your passengers miss nothing. 

Meanwhile, Chevy pairs the Tahoe with the Chevrolet Infotainment 3 Premium system. Like the Ford infotainment system, this feature supports smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It also offers 4G LTE Wi-Fi (data plan required) but it only supports seven devices, three less than the Expedition. 

As for sound systems, the new Ford Expedition is available with a 22-speaker B&O® Unleashed sound system that lets you bring the concert on the road with you. Chevrolet meanwhile pairs the Tahoe with an available Bose® premium sound system that only features 10 speakers. Both of these full-size SUVs are available with wireless smartphone charging, rear-seat entertainment systems, and a trial subscription to SiriusXM® Satellite Radio. 

There is something you’ll only find on the Expedition though: the new Ford BlueCruise Hands-Free Highway Driving. This feature allows you to drive hands-free on compatible, prequalified sections of divided highways called Hands-Free Blue Zones. While activated, the system uses a driver-facing camera to monitor the driver to ensure their eyes are staying on the road while driving hands-free, so you can travel in comfort. 

Advantage of the 2022 Ford Expedition

  • 4G LTE Wi-Fi® hotspot supports more devices than the Tahoe
  • Available B&O® premium sound system features more speakers than the Tahoe’s
  • Ford BlueCruise allows hands-free driving on compatible highways


The new 2022 Ford Expedition and 2022 Chevrolet Tahoe leave nothing to chance when it comes to you and your family’s safety. That’s why these full-size SUVs are loaded with the latest in advanced safety features, including: 

  • Forward-collision alert
  • Automatic emergency braking
  • Lane keep assist
  • Lane departure warning
  • Adaptive cruise control 
  • Rear cross-traffic alert
  • Rear park assist
  • Side blind-zone alert
  • Lane-change alert
  • Surround-view, 360-degree camera

Ford also pairs the new Expedition with Active Park Assist 2.0 that makes it easy to navigate into parking spots. The system identifies a compatible parking spot and then, with the push of a button, automatically steers it into position. It handles steering while you control the brakes, accelerator, and gear changes. The new Ford Expedition also features the all-new intersection assist that senses and alerts you to oncoming traffic while turning at an intersection. 

Advantage of the 2022 Ford Expedition 

  • Active Park Assist 2.0 makes parallel and perpendicular parking a breeze
  • All-new intersection assist alerts you to oncoming traffic while turning left


We’ve established that both the 2022 Ford Expedition and 2022 Chevrolet Tahoe are stylish, versatile, and advanced, but what about the power that lurks under the hoods? 

Let’s start with the new Ford Expedition. This full-size SUV is paired with a 3.5-liter EcoBoost® V-6 engine that delivers 380 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque. There’s also an available high-output configuration of this engine that bumps the numbers up to 440 horsepower nad 510 pound-feet of torque. 

The new Ford Expedition also offers trailering technology like the available Pro Trailer Backup Assist™ 2.0. This feature will steer your trailer in reverse with the turn of a knob. It also includes trailer reverse guidance with enhanced camera views that give you added peace of mind while backing up or pulling ahead. 

Over on the new Chevy Tahoe, you’ll have a choice between two V-8 engines as well as a turbo-diesel option. The standard 5.3-liter V-8 engine achieves 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque, while the available 6.2-liter V-8 engine kicks things up a notch to 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque. For the diesel lovers, the new Tahoe is available with a 3.0-liter Duramax® turbo-diesel engine that generates an impressive 460 pound-feet of torque. 

Both of these full-size SUVs are paired with 10-speed automatic transmissions, hill-start assist and hill-descent control, and trailer sway control. When properly equipped, the new Tahoe can tow up to 7,600 pounds while the Expedition offers 6,000 pounds. 

Advantages of the 2022 Ford Expedition 

  • Offers more available torque than the Tahoe
  • Features Pro Trailer Backup Assist™ 2.0 that makes it easy to reverse with a trailer

Which Should You Buy?

Whether you’re dropping the kids off at practice or heading out on a cross-country vacation, the new Ford Expedition’s versatility is sure to satisfy your growing family. This full-size SUV offers seating for up to eight, loads of available cargo space, and the latest in advanced technology features. The new Expedition also boasts more available horsepower and torque than its Chevy rival, so you can leave boring road trips in the past where they belong. 

Experience the new 2022 Ford Expedition today. Schedule a test drive at Garber Automall today by calling (904) 264-2442. Or stop in to see us at 3360 U.S. 17, 3360 Shedd Rd, Green Cove Springs, FL 32043.

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Dianna Duchesne

Dianna Duchesne

Dianna is the Digital Content Writer for Garber Automotive Group.

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