2020 Ford Explorer Specs and Features
The 2020 model of the Ford Explorer has received a few changes since the 2019 model. The SUV has two more trim level options, which brings the lineup to four grades. The Explorer had an exterior redesign that has looks lighter, leaner and tougher. Additionally, the 2020 Explorer has available advanced technology and impressive performance features. Let’s go through the key specs and features on the 2020 Ford Explorer below.
Trim Level Options
The trim level options on the 2020 Explorer include the XLT, Limited, ST, Platinum and Limited Hybrid. The ST and Limited Hybrid are all-new and bring unique features to the lineup. The Explorer ST has a 400-hp engine and the Explorer Limited Hybrid can tow up to 5,000 pounds, has off-road capabilities and the RWD model has an EPA-estimated range of more than 500 miles per fill-up. All trims have standard MyKey, Intelligent Access with Push-Button Start and Remote Start.
Below is a comparison of the 2020 Ford Explorer trim level options taking a deeper look at their MSRP, seating options and key features.
|Seating||Seven People||Six People||Six People||Seven People|
|Key Features||AM/FM, MP3-compatible with six speakers||Foot-Activated Power Liftgate||Foot-Activated Power Liftgate||Intelligent 4WD|
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The 2020 Ford Explorer is packed with modern technology. A few of the advanced safety features included in Ford Co-Pilot360®, like Automatic High-Beam Headlamps, Rear View Camera, Lane-Keeping System, Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control, Automatic Emergency Braking, Blind Spot Information System with Cross-Traffic Alert and Reverse Brake Assist. Entertainment technology includes available SYNC3 with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Amazon Alexa capabilities. Also, there is an available 10.1-inch LCD Portrait Touchscreen and an available 12.3-inch Digital Instrument Panel Cluster.
The Ford Explorer comes with FordPass Connect, which is a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot that 10 devices can connect to at once and the internet connection reaches 50 feet outside the vehicle. The FordPass app sends notifications to the driver’s smartphone about key vehicle information and reminds them to schedule service. Also, FordPay lets the driver pay for the service on their Ford.
To learn more about the 2020 Ford Explorer, visit the Eric Von Schledorn dealership in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. You can also view the 2020 Ford Explorer inventory and schedule a test drive online.