Real Photos of the 2020 Ford Explorer

 
We now have real photos of the 2020 Ford Explorer. The next-generation Explorer is on display at the Cleveland Auto Show, and George Waikem Ford has real photos of the new model. 
The Explorer debuted last month in Detroit, and Cleveland is one of the first cities to see this new model. 
There will be an Explorer for everyone. It will come standard with rear wheel drive for better performance and towing capabilities. Vehicles equipped with a 3.0-liter V6 EcoBoost and the towing package can haul up to 5,600 pounds, while those outfitted with a 2.3-liter EcoBoost and a towing package can tow up to 5,300 pounds. When properly equipped, Explorer hybrid is rated to tow up to 5,000 pounds. 
Ford says the new Explorer will offer best in class first and second row hip room, best in class second row headroom and unsurpassed third-row headroom. 
 
Easy-folding third row seats give you more cargo capabilities than comparison models from Jeep, GMC, Mazda, Dodge and Nissan. 
You’ll want to see the new 10.1-inch touchscreen with standard options like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. 
The 2020 Explorer will also come standard with Ford Co-Pilot360. These are advanced safety options like Blind Spot Information System, Pre-Collision Assist, Lane Keeping System, Auto headlamps and backup camera. 
Additional advanced safety options include intelligent cruise control, evasive steering assist, blind spot system with trailer tow coverage, a 360-degree camera and rain sensing wipers. 
All Wheel Drive and advanced terrain management means a better winter commute. 
There will also be a hybrid option with a 500-mile EPA fuel range. A sporty new ST model has a V6 EcoBoost, Class III Trailer Tow Package, 20-inch wheels, leather seats and more! 
The 2020 Explorer arrives later this year. Visit the Cleveland Auto Show to see in it in person, and contact us to learn more about inventory and prices. 
 
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