New Ford Explorer



new ford explorer

The 2021 Ford Explorer is a spacious, family-friendly crossover that’s as comfortable as it is ready for action. You’ll love its adventure-ready cargo hold, rugged performance capabilities, and an impressive array of safety aids. This midsize crossover is also known for its towing capabilities, making it a prime pick for boat hauling.

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2018 Ford Explorer vs Honda Pilot

If you need a cargo-hauler, get a pickup truck. If you need a people-hauler, get an SUV. If you need both, get a Ford Explorer. In this comparison guide, we'll pair the Ford Explorer with the Honda Pilot to see if the Pilot can measure up.

2019 Ford Explorer

The fifth generation of the ever-popular Ford Explorer continues in the 2019 model. The current generation has been around since 2011, but you won't see us complaining. This mid-size sport utility vehicle continues to be relevant, as evidenced by their sales numbers. Almost every year, this generation of Explorer has sold more and more. Why change what works so well? In this preview guide, we'll talk about what's new for 2019 and what stays true to the Explorer name.

2019 Ford Explorer vs Honda Pilot

For a comfortable ride with a touch of family adventure, check out the mid-size 2019 Ford Explorer and Honda Pilot crossovers. These models have a lot in common, which can obviously make choosing between them difficult. But don't worry - our comparison guide is here to help.

2020 Ford Explorer

Get ready for the ultimate crossover experience because the all-new 2020 Ford Explorer is here!

2020 Ford Explorer vs Nissan Pathfinder

The 2020 Ford Explorer and 2020 Nissan Pathfinder are impressive in their own respects; but who can pass up a fully redesigned 2020 Ford Explorer when there are no major changes and dated features in the 2020 Nissan Pathfinder. Let’s take a look at both.

2020 Ford Explorer Hybrid vs Toyota Highlander Hybrid

At first, it might be tough to tell the 2020 Ford Explorer Hybrid and the Toyota Highlander Hybrid apart. They have a lot in common – like three rows of seating, sporty utility, and fuel-sipping hybrid powertrains. But, when you look closer, you’ll find that one of these hybrid crossovers is definitely a better choice than the other.

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$1,000 over KBB trade-in value.

**Demonstrator Vehicles and out of service loaner vehicles, are still eligible for applicable new retail rebates and incentives. These vehicles are no longer considered new as they have been driven as demonstrators or have served in our service loaner fleet. The manufacturer Warranty of these vehicles may be different than the manufacturer of a similar new vehicle and may include more or less coverage depending on its use and Ford’s current policies. Please consult your dealer for current details of the warranty and incentives.