2020 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Review – Ford redesigned the Explorer for the last time for the 2011 model year and, despite having nearly eight years at this time, the three-row crossover continues to be one of the best-selling vehicles in the medium segment. The Explorer manages to overcome a questionable material quality and poor ergonomics with a sleek design, an excellent system of information and entertainment, powerful engine options and various almost luxury finishes.
2020 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Review
However, according to what we have heard, it seems that Ford is ready to redesign the Explorer, most likely 2020. Official informations are the still limited while this is what we expect from the next generation of the Ford Explorer.
2020 Ford Explorer Sport Trac – NEW PLATFORM
It is expected that 2020 Explorer share a platform with the new Lincoln Aviator. This means that it is likely to be based on the rear-wheel drive, all-wheel drive traction available as an option. The CD6 platform was also designed to adapt to front-wheel drive designs, but we don’t see Ford go down that road with the new Explorer. This is because an image teaser released by Ford shows an SUV with one relationship between Board and shaft, which suggests that the engine will be mounted lengthwise. The proportions also seem to be similar to the Aviator concept (pictured above) rear-wheel drive, with a sloping roof and a pronunciation waist line.
2020 Ford Explorer Sport Trac – ENOUGH SPACE
The Explorer may be changing platform, but it should still offer enough space for the whole family. Wait for the new version continue offering seating for seven (or possibly eight) passengers, since the Aviator concept showed that it has plenty of space for a third row. Look for a more spacious cabin, as well as a design that uses space more efficiently than the current Explorer. The expedition will continue to be significantly larger, but when the redesigned Explorer, families who were considering upgrading to a meter highly qualified may find that they do not need to do so.
2020 Ford Explorer Sport Trac – TECHNOLOGY
When Ford redesigned the Explorer for the last time, adaptive cruise control was usually a feature reserved for luxury vehicles, and back-up cameras were a common choice. These days, the adaptive cruise control is standard on the Toyota Corolla, and every new car sold with a backup camera. To keep Ford be competitive, wait that the Explorer is full of technology. Co-Pilot360 should be offered, the set of security features activated Ford, but probably not standard. Look for the latest version of Sync to also offer an impressive amount of connectivity.
2020 Ford Explorer Sport Trac – Power cords
In addition to the double V-6 turbo St, expects that the next Explorer also offers several pedestrian options more. The turbo-four current of 2.3 liters should remain, but there is the possibility that the 3.5 V-6 liters of natural aspiration can disappear. Not surprised us to see the V-6 double turbo 2.7 litres of Ford added to the lineup, which potentially makes an Edge ST has 335 hp. In regards to the transmissions, the current six-speed auto will probably replace the 10-speed unit used in the recently redesigned expedition.
2020 Ford Explorer Sport Trac – PRICES
Currently, a basic Explorer costs a little more than $33,000 with destiny, the Explorer Sport costs about $47,000 and the first-line Platinum Explorer begins just under $55,000. However, it is likely that 2020 scanner is a bit more expensive even if the gains are not as large as the ones we saw in the redesigned expedition. Wait for the Explorer starts around $36,000 and reach a maximum of $60,000 to the North. Regarding Explorer ST 400 hp, that version must be priced in the range of low to middle of $50,000.