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    Re: 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe Z71 vs. 2020 Ford Expedition XLT Comparison Test

    Since the Expedition came out (back in1997 was it?), I've ALWAYS preferred its looks over the Tahoe. If we are talking Yukon though, I preferred it's looks over the Expedition.

    This is the first time I've liked Tahoe's looks over Expedition. Interesting.

    Oh and I would rather watch paint dry than to read comparison tests/reviews when they don't feature even trim levels of vehicles. I ABSOLUTELY HATE THAT.

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    Re: 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe Z71 vs. 2020 Ford Expedition XLT Comparison Test

    The GM front end look is polarizing but the Ford needs updating, like it was designed by committee

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    you would think Ford fans are used to GM BOF SUV's kicking their ass but here we are lol.

    So much salt in this thread.

    GM is king of the BOF SUV, always have been always will be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midwest GM Country View Post
    you would think Ford fans are used to GM BOF SUV's kicking their ass but here we are lol.

    So much salt in this thread.

    GM is king of the BOF SUV, always have been always will be.
    If GM is the king of SUV sales, then Ford is king of Crew Cab truck sales,
    Ford chose to build F Series and full sized SUVs in three plants, GM has four.
    I see that Ford is finally offering decent incentives on Expedition in August,
    about time it started offering some deals...

    And you're absolutely correct, the main difference in profitability between GM and Ford
    is down to the greater sales depth of full sized SUV sales, Ford partially compensates
    With sronger Super Duty sales but still not enough combined sales to match GM's profit.
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