2020 Ford Explorer vs 2019 Ford Explorer

2020 Ford Explorer vs 2019 Ford Explorer

The Ford Explorer is one of the best vehicles on the market today, offering a ton of features and systems for you to enjoy. The new 2020 Ford Explorer is proof of that, delivering a ton of technology and infotainment systems, as well as great power when compared to its 2019 Ford Explorer. However, how does this great vehicle directly compare to its predecessor?

That’s the question that we at Heritage Ford are looking to answer today, looking at these two models to find out what changed and if the new 2020 Ford Explorer is worth it for you! Continue reading below to learn more!

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2020 Ford Explorer Vs 2019 Ford Explorer
2.3-liter EcoBoost® Four-Cylinder Base Engine 2.3-liter EcoBoost® Four-Cylinder
300 Horsepower Base Horsepower 280 Horsepower
Yes Available Amazon Alexa Integration Yes
87 Cubic Ft. Maximum Cargo Space 82 Cubic Ft.

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As you can see from the table above, the new 2020 Ford Explorer has a lot to offer you, even compared to its predecessor. The new 2020 Ford Explorer has the same base engine of the 2019 Ford Explorer, but it's been redesigned slightly to deliver more power! Additionally, the new 2020 Ford Explorer also features more overall cargo space than its predecessor, up to five cubic feet more.

The new 2020 Ford Explorer also features an available Amazon Alexa integration. This system is also offered on the new 2019 Ford Explorer, meaning that you don’t lose any convenience or features. These are just some of the many features and systems that are found on the 2020 Ford Explorer, there are many more!

So, if you’re looking for a vehicle that has a ton to offer you, even compared to its predecessor, look no further than the 2020 Ford Explorer. Contact us at Heritage Ford today to learn more!

 

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