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EXPLORER
2020 FORD EXPLORER
Base Price: $33,860
Wheelbase: 119.1 in.
Length: 199 in.
Width: 79 in.
Height: 70 in.
Motor: 2.3 L 4-cylinder, 3.0 L V6, 3.3 L V6
Transmission: 10-speed automatic

Ford introduces its all-new 2020 Explorer — a complete redesign of America’s all-time best-selling SUV —
that now features the broadest model lineup ever, more power and space, and smart new technologies
to help tackle life’s adventures.

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xplorer is now more capable, comfortable,
sportier and roomier in all three rows thanks
to Ford’s flexible new rear-wheel-drive
architecture. Improved off-road capability comes
courtesy of intelligent four-wheel drive and an
available new Terrain Management System that
features seven easy-to-engage drive modes.
Powertrain offerings include a 3.0-liter
turbocharged EcoBoost® V6 projected to produce
365 horsepower and 380 lb.-ft. of torque using
93-octane gas, making this the most powerful
Explorer ever. The Explorer lineup now features
standard, XLT, Limited, Limited Hybrid, ST and
Platinum models.
The Explorer comes packed with more than
a dozen new standard features for only $400
more over the previous model. Standard features
include a power liftgate, 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine
with all-new 10-speed transmission, 8-inch digital
touch screen with SYNC® 3, FordPass Connect

Wi-Fi service for up to 10 devices and more.
Owners will find design and engineering
updates throughout that deliver comfort and
SUV functionality. Explorer’s stylish, sloped-roof
silhouette protects rear-seat headroom, while
its comfort-enhanced second-row seats slide to
improve access to the third row.

automatically to avoid an imminent collision
when the vehicle is backing up at a low speed –
such as when exiting a driveway.
Explorer comes standard with Ford Co-Pilot360,
a suite of driver-assist technologies including:

• Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency
Braking, which includes Pedestrian Detection,
Technology
Forward Collision Warning and Dynamic Brake
Support.
Building upon Ford’s push to bring more driverassist technology to market, the all-new Explorer • Blind Spot Information System with CrossTraffic Alert.
introduces available Active Park Assist 2.0. The
class-exclusive feature — standard on Explorer • Lane-Keeping System.
secondary crash event.
Platinum — allows the driver to park in a parallel • Rearview camera with built-in lens cleaner.
•
Auto
headlamps
with
auto
high-beams.
“It’s not about filling the vehicle with technology
or perpendicular spot with a touch of a button
without having to work the steering wheel, Other available Ford Co-Pilot360 technologies for technology’s sake,” said Chris Billman, Ford
gear shifter, gas pedal or brake pedal. Available include Evasive Steering Assist, which provides Co-Pilot360 engineering manager. “It’s about
reverse brake assist, also standard on Platinum, steering support to help avoid a collision; and improving the experience, making driving less
uses radar and ultrasonic sensors to detect an Post-Impact Braking provides braking after a stressful, and helping the driver to feel more
object in Explorer’s path, and can apply the brakes collision to lessen injury and damage caused by a confident behind the wheel.”

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