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|Model||Ford Expedition||GMC Sierra 1500|
|Total Legroom||0 in (over 1 rows)||0 in (over 1 rows)||0 in|
|2013 Ford Expedition Seat Room and Comfort: Pros|
|2014||0||The driven Limited trim had black heated and cooled front seats. The cooling was necessary in the summertime Texas heat and perfomed well - I turned them on every time I got in the car (unlike the Lexus system, that you can leave on as it is a dial, you have to activate the cooling every single time you restart the car). These thrones were comfortable for a 4 hour drive - there was more room for someone who has more girth than I. Also, adjustable pedals are a great Ford innovation that I wish more manufacturers would include. My wife (who is 11 inches shorter than me) could easily drive this beast comfortably, without sitting too close to the steering wheel. see full Ford Expedition review|
|2014||0||Both the second and third rows have ample room, with and without kid's car seats, for three across. The third row isn't an afterthought like in other SUVs and even 5'11" adults are happy back there. Additionally, the vents provide adequate AC in 100+ degree heat. There are plenty of easily accessible LATCH anchors if you wish (although seatbelts are generally just as easy and have a higher weight rating with car seats than the LATCH anchors). Most minivans (except the Odyssey) do not have LATCH in the center of the second row - only on the outboard - and only have LATCH in the center of the third row. The Expedition (and Odyssey) is nice because they are flexible where you can put car seats comfortably. see full Ford Expedition review|
None of our members have yet commented on the seat room and comfort of the 2020 GMC Sierra 1500.