SUV Safety Comparison: Ford vs Chevy!

When it comes to safety one can not compromise on the quality they are expecting and needing to ensure a safe and enjoyable journey. Here is an SUV Safety Comparison of 2 of the most popular brands of SUVs on the market- the Chevy Suburban and the Ford Expedition.

Both of these vehicles have met and exceed the safety expectations for it, making both a investment you will be proud you made.

Safety is always a concern when purchasing an SUV and you can rest assured that each of these vehicles was designed with the owner’s safety in mind.

Ford Expedition

The 2010 Expedition is an 8 seat, 4 door SUV equipped with a V8 engine. It is available in 16 different trims, with 20 inch wheels. The Expedition brings with it many standard safety features along with optional features for an even safer ride.

Driver and passenger airbags with side curtain airbags ensure you are fully protected when need be. Child lock doors are also standard, with a panic button hidden in case of an emergency situation. Wheel locks and a locking fuel filler door are optional features.

The SUV also offers trailer sway control so any load you need to carry stays safely in place. Turn signals in the mirrored lights are easily displayed. With the optional Ford SYNC, a voice activated multi-media system, 9-1-1 Assist helps you call for an emergency quickly.

The Expedition received a 5 star crash rating from the NHTSA, and an SOS Post Crash Alert System, making this one of the safest SUV’s around.

Chevrolet Suburban

The Suburban is the highest selling SUV of all time. The 2010 model offers plenty of space, with room for up to 9 passengers. There are 10 different trims available for the 2010 model.

3rd row seating folds easily for even more room. The Suburban is standard with V8 engine. NHSTA also gives the Suburban a 5 star crash rating. Power door locks, child locks, and a vehicle anti theft system are all standard with the Suburban.

Front and passenger side airbags and keyless entry are also standard. Optional safety features include remote ignition, electronic parking aid, and a first aid kit. GPS is also included so you will never be lost again.

Each of these SUV’s offer the owner great safety features, some not found on the other. No matter which model you choose, rest assured your safety is covered.

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