2020 Ford Explorer Reviews

2020 Ford Explorer SUV

The 2020 Ford Explorer has been redesigned for the new model year, and car experts have taken notice of the improvements. From a greater towing capacity to more cargo space, the Explorer SUV has plenty to offer to those on the Cheektowaga streets, as evidenced in the 2020 Ford Explorer reviews. Buffalo drivers who need more reason to drive the new Ford Explorer should check out what auto critics have to say in these reviews compiled by Basil Ford!

Explorer SUV Redesign

"Ford's decision to comprehensively rethink its bread-and-butter SUV sends a clear signal that it is both listening to its loyal customers and intent on luring new ones with a no-nonsense product." - Edmunds

Indeed, the redesigned 2020 Ford Explorer is a complete shift from previous generations of this SUV. Rear-wheel drive is reintroduced, which results in a stronger tow rating. There are also three engines from which to choose, including a hybrid option that still boasts tremendous hauling capabilities. And that's not to mention the spacious and well-appointed Explorer SUV interior. We can't help but agree that Ford did its customers right with the tweaks to the traditional Explorer.

Two all new 2020 Ford Explorer trims

Explorer SUV Hybrid

"Not everyone associates maximum power with maximum driving enjoyment...and that's where the hybrid comes in." - Motor Trend

The introduction of the 2020 Explorer Hybrid is sure to guarantee greater appeal to a larger swath of Lancaster and Depew drivers. Not only can you fit your entirely family inside, but you can do so while saving money on fuel. A 3.3L V6 engine paired with an electric motor combine to generate 318 hp, and while EPA estimates haven't yet been released, Ford promises an overall driving range of at least 500 miles. That translates to longer drives between fill-ups.

Explorer SUV Interior

"The 2020 Ford Explorer is comfortable and versatile…[it] comes well-equipped, even in its more affordable versions." - The Car Connection

No matter which of the Explorer SUV models you select, you can expect comfort and convenience from its interior, as noted in the 2020 Ford Explorer reviews. When all 7 seats are occupied, the cargo space still holds 18.2 cubic feet behind the third row, and it opens up to 87.8 cubic feet total. Meanwhile, features like Ford SYNC 3 and FordPass Connect are available throughout the lineup.

Create Your Own 2020 Ford Explorer Reviews at Basil Ford!

Visit Basil Ford near Amherst today to discover why the critics are raving about the 2020 Ford Explorer! Get in touch to schedule a test drive, during which you can create your own review of this three-row SUV. We can't wait to see you behind the wheel! You can also learn more about the new 2021 Explorer in the meantime.