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Lauren Fix and Paul Brian test drive the 2020 Ford Explorer! Check out their review of the all new 2020 Ford Explorer Limited, 2020 Explorer Hybrid, 2020 Explorer XLT, Explorer ST and Explorer Platinum with His Turn – Her Turn. This is not just your average Ford. If you like luxury but are also looking for performance then take a look at the 2020 Ford Explorer.

Specs:
XLT, Base, Limited: 2.3L 300hp
Hybrid: 3.3-liter hybrid
ST, Platinum: 3.0-liter EcoBoost V6
Rear or AWD
8” touch screen
Rotary gear shift
More charging ports
10 exterior colors / 3 interior colors
Up to 21 city / 28 highway
From $32,765 – $58,250

Pros:
Wireless charging, 2 USB, 2 type, 3 12V, 1-110W ports, 4G WiFi up to 10 devices.
Audio System – B & O, 14 speaker audio with 980 watts
Tons of smart storage spaces
Quieter ride, active noise cancelling
8- way adjustable seats, heated and cooled, optional massaging

Cons:
Wish it had pro- trailer for easy hitching

Towing: 5000 lbs. hybrid, 5300 lbs. Limited, 5600 lbs. ST

Better traction:
Terrain Management System – Drive modes: normal, tail, deep snow/sand, slippery, sport, tow/haul, ECO (7-modes)

Safety:
Driver assist technology (Ford Co-Pilot 320 – std)- rear view camera with washer, pre-collision assist, pedestrian alert, blind spot information system, (including trailer), lane keeping system. Optional: Reverse brake assist (new); intelligent adaptive cruise curl, with speed recognition; active park assist 2.0 (accelerates, steers and brakes for you – both in and out); side wind mitigation (counteracts hit wind situations).`

Trims: Platinum – loaded
ST (perf version)- dynamic, genuine Ford Perf vehicle, fastest 3-row under $60k, quicker shifting, faster throttle response, upgraded brakes, exhaust note, 10.4” screen opt on Platinum and ST, B & O audio
Hybrid – 3.3L, 500 miles range, active noise
Platinum – twin turbo engine- 365Hp.

Technology- Adventure ready, digital cluster (customizable), when you change DRIVE MODEs it changes the cluster. 10.1” touch screen cluster (looks like an iPad / tablet).

Yakima aftermarket parts allow you to add s bike rack, tent, canopy and more.

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