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?

The all new 2020 Ford Explorer comes to customers as the newest Ford vehicle on the market and their latest addition to the Explore model series. To start off, the new Ford Explorer has seen a complete redesign for 2020 and contains a larger cabin than the previous models have. Its clear that the 2020 Explorer is in a position to dominate the SUV market with its new features. Let's take a closer look at some of these.

2020 Ford Explorer Interior

How Have Trims and Technology Been Improved?

The 2020 Explorer, with its recent redesign in mind, comes in multiple trim levels, in fact there are four for this model: the XLT, Limited, ST and Platinum. The XLT is the most basic and starts off with features such as a chrome bar grille, rear lip spoiler, 18-inch alloy wheels and speed-sensing steering. The Limited is the next trim level and adds in features like 20-inch wheels, a steel spare wheel, a wheel lock kit, a dual panel moon roof, turn signal indicator mirrors and body side cladding.

The ST brings in features such as galvanized steel, heated door mirrors, a black front bumper insert, a cargo light and wireless phone connectivity. The Platinum is the most advanced option and contains a real time weather display, speed-sensitive volume control, four-wheel drive, a chrome tailpipe and 20-inch alloy wheels.

Horsepower for Any Occasion

2020 Ford ExplorerThe 2020 Ford Explorer, like any newly released vehicle, comes up with all new features in its engine to make it a sturdy ride. All models come with a 10-speed shiftable automatic transmission with a rear-wheel drive. The engines can generally put up a 300 horsepower rating at minimum, though the Platinum trim ups it all the way to a 365 horsepower rating and is able to produce 380 pounds per feet of torque. A four-wheel independent suspension system is there to keep the engine in place when handling turns. The engine generally runs on gasoline, particularly regular unleaded fuel and can hold just over nineteen gallons.

Is the Ford Explorer Safe?

2020 Ford ExplorerThe Ford Explorer is meant to be a safe vehicle and as such, has all kinds of safety precautions readily installed into it. The Explore keeps all of the main features such as rear door safety locks and child seat anchors, which is necessary considering that it seats up to seven people. In addition, other features such as emergency braking preparation and assist features are included in the event of brake failure or any damage and the system needs to adjust. A new 4-wheel ABS system is included to maintain the improved traction and stability with this model. The lighting system includes daytime running lights, as well as an LED headlamp with dusk-sensing capabilities that can readily adjust to the time of day. Lastly, a blind spot and lane departure warning system exists to give drivers more awareness when driving and turning lanes.

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