365  Horsepower
With EcoBoost V6
6.0  Sec.
0-60 MPH
18.2-87.8  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2020 Ford Explorer?

When your daily ride calls for a little ruggedness offset by a touch of luxury, then the 2020 Ford Explorer is the vehicle for you. Redesigned for 2020, this midsize SUV offers plenty of room for all your friends or gear, plus the power and confidence to take on any road that calls you.

For this new model year, Ford has added features both inside the cabin and in the engine. One big change is going back to old school by featuring a rear-drive setup in 2-wheel drive, though it still sits on a unibody chassis. This Ford now gives you better handling, better off-road work, and bigger towing capacity. And style-wise his year's colors run the gamut from Atlas Blue to Iconic Silver, with several tinted clearcoat colors.

2020 Ford Explorer Interior

2020 Ford Explorer Exterior and Interior Options

This SUV offer a variety of features that make driving just that much easier including power mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, auto high beams, and LED signature lighting. Inside you'll find a heated steering wheel for those cold mornings, rear view camera with washer, available wireless charging to keep all your devices going, and a remote start. On the road, the Lane Keeping System will keep you between the lines with different kinds of alerts designed to minimize collisions.

The Explorer seats 6-7 with a Powerfold® third row. If you go for the second-row captain seats you will find cupholders and heating. Or go with the second-row bench seat and fit that seventh friend in. The tri-zone electronic temperature control will keep everyone comfortable and those in the back have their own control so everyone stays satisfied.

With a cargo space of 87.8 cubic feet, you can get all your gear stowed easily. So, pack your cooler and chairs for that afternoon soccer game, or sling in a tent and sleeping bag for your adventure away and still have room to spare.

2020 Ford Explorer Engine

2020 Ford ExplorerUnder the hood, you get a choice for power options. There's the standard 2.3 liter turbo-charged 4-cylinder or a 3.0 liter V6. The 2.3 liter gives you 300 horsepower while the 3.0 liter lets you experience a muscular 365 horsepower. Both of these connect to a 10-speed automatic transmission. The 2.3 liter rates at 24 mph city and highway, while the 3.0 liter gives up some efficiency and has a rating of 18 mpg. Ford says a hybrid engine is also upcoming. With the bigger engine, you can pull up to 5300 pounds, so don't be afraid to get that bigger boat and heftier camper.

2020 Ford Explorer Safety

2020 Ford ExplorerSafety continues to be a priority for Ford and the 2020 Explorer doesn't disappoint. Starting with its AdvanceTrac®, roll stability control, and safety canopy system, the SUV protects its passengers in a crash. Little ones are kept steady with lower anchors and tether anchors especially for children, and the SOS post-crash alert system helps out just in case.

So, whether you are headed out for a night on the town or a weekend in the woods, the 2020 Ford Explorer has everything you need to get there style.

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