Ford Rolls Out With the New 2020 Explorer!

2020 Ford Explorer

Ford Rolls Out With the New 2020 Explorer!

Many car buyers are lured by the prospect of investing in the new 2020 Explorer in Wilmington, and there are good reasons for the same. Ford unveiled its 6th generation Explorer SUV creation, which has genuinely been enhanced on multiple lines and is a prominent differentiation in Ford's competition for mid-size market leadership.

Available in two trims, the carmaker has brought about a refreshing change in the inside and outside as well as under the hood of the new 2020 Ford Explorer. Here are a few aspects you need to know about this lineup:

1. Engine
The new 2020 Explorer comes with a 2.3-liter, 4-cylinder Ecoboost engine, which is similar to the engine found in the new Ford Mustang and Ranger. It dolls out 300 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque with a towing capacity of up to 5,300 pounds. The other engine option is a 3.0L V6 that offers 365 horsepower and 380 pound-feet of torque. This new engine also provides an impressive towing capacity of up to 5,600 pounds.

2. Rear Wheel Drive
Ford incorporates a rear-wheel-drive platform for the new Explorer 2020. With this, the carmaker has brought back rear-wheel drive that gives drivers better handling and towing capability.

The maximum towing capacity of the new 2020 Explorer is 600 pounds more than the 2019 version. The rear-wheel-drive also provides styling adjustments with reduced front overhand, lending the car a sleeker profile.

3. Technology
The new 2020 Explorer comes with FordPass Connect with 4G onboard Wi-Fi, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and Waze Navigation compatibility. There's an 8-inch infotainment touchscreen that can be upgraded to a free-standing 10.1-in a portrait-format screen.

Also, Ford Co-Pilot360 is standard, adding blind-spot monitoring, auto emergency braking, lane-keeping assist, rear cross-traffic alert, an automatic high-beam system, and a camera with a self-cleaning lens.

Other driver-assist technologies in the new 2020 Explorer are intelligent adaptive cruise control with speed sign recognition as well as Active Park Assist 2.0 – a feature that steers the car into a parking space and also tweaks the gearshift, throttle, and brakes. Do visit the nearest Ford showroom to get a test drive of the new 2020 Explorer in Wilmington.

Source: Ford