2020 Ford Explorer vs 2020 Ford Expedition

2020 Ford Explorer exterior front fascia and passenger side vs 2020 Ford Expedition exterior front fascia passenger side

While the 2020 Ford Explorer and the 2020 Ford Expedition are both powerful and reliable, you’ll still need to decide which of the two is your future model. So, which one should you get? Let’s take a look at these two models and see which one fits your search criteria best.

To begin, you’ll have more horsepower in the Explorer, but the Expedition has significantly more torque. So, you’ll probably get more power out the Expedition than you will in the Explorer. The 2020 Explorer has a seating capacity of 7, while the Expedition can seat 8 people. You’ll also find more cargo space in the Expedition, with 19.3 cubic feet of cargo space behind the last row. The Explorer has 18.2 cu. ft. of cargo space behind the last row. So, the Expedition is larger and more powerful, and a good match for those looking for vacation vehicles. The Ford Explorer, however, is nimbler and still has its own perks.



2020 Ford Explorer

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2020 Ford Expedition

400 hp & 415 lb.-ft. Horsepower & Torque 375 hp & 470 lb.-ft.
7 Seating Capacity 8
18.2 cu. ft. Cargo Space behind all seats 19.3 cu. ft.
Standard Folding rear seats Standard

Advantage of the 2020 Ford Explorer

If you are looking for your future vehicle the Explorer is a solid option. It has Bluetooth, satellite radio, parking assistance, and cruise control standard. You can also find navigation, cooled/ventilated seats, heated seats, and a keyless start system all optional on the base trim, and some standard on upper trims. So, you have plenty of technology features enjoy in your Ford Explorer. The base trim of the Explorer has rear-wheel drive, as does the Expedition.

Come on over to Wolf Auto Center! Our team of experts is ready to help you find the right vehicle that fits what you’re looking for. You can find the Ford lineup at our dealership, which of course includes the Ford Explorer and the Ford Expedition. You can take your future vehicle for a test drive and check out all its features for yourself.