Ford Explorer Interior Review

The Ford Explorer is among the elder statesmen of the full-size SUV market, and that's a good thing. It's got a legacy of rugged and tough construction, outstanding performance, and the highest levels of comfort and convenience. Fans of the full-size Ford all over Philadelphia, Bensalem, and Langhorne swear by this vehicle for its reliability and capability.

Of course, as much as performance, the interior of an SUV is vital to its design. What does the latest model of Explorer have to offer in this area? Let's check out a review and breakdown of the Ford Explorer interior and learn about its ease of use, entry and exit, interior space, driving position, and more, as well as where you can see it yourself.

Ford Explorer Interior Review

Ford has made a few changes to the interior design of the Explorer this year. These include bringing back buttons and dials on the infotainment interface, which for a lot of people will make it much easier to navigate and use the controls. It still offers superior space and comfort overall, with high quality materials.

Technology Ease of Use

Included in the Ford Explorer interior is Sync® 3 technology. The new Sync® 3 technology interface is among the most celebrated on the market, and for good reason. It has voice controls and voice recognition that are among the best, and it does a great job combining the touchscreen with knobs and buttons. It's the best of both worlds-intuitive, easy to use, and effective. You also get gauge cluster display screens that are completely customizable to feed you the information you want when you want it.

Interior Space

Interior space is key to your overall comfort when driving in an SUV, and the Ford Explorer offers plenty. Featuring a long dashboard and tons of elbow room and headroom, you'll have all the space you need for the front seat passenger. Second-row captain's chairs even have enough room to recline and slide for additional legroom, giving both kids and adults plenty of room.

In terms of numbers, you get a whopping 151.7 cubic feet of passenger space in the Explorer. Up front, the driver and passengers will enjoy 41.4 inches of head space, 42.9 inches of leg space, and 61.5 inches of shoulder room. In the second row, passengers get 40.6 inches of headroom, 39.5 inches of legroom, and 61 inches of shoulder space. In the third row, you'll get 37.8 inches of headroom, 32 inches of legroom, and 50.8 inches of shoulder space. 

Driving Position

The seats are quite adjustable, and at the perfect height to offer the driver a great view. The steering wheel is situated at just the right distance and is easy to grip and control. You'll have ideal visibility and a smooth ride at all times in the Explorer.

Cargo Space

Behind the back row of seats, the new Ford Explorer gives you 21 cubic feet of space. With the second and third row of seats folded down, you'll enjoy a maximum of 80.7 cubic feet to stow your gear and haul your equipment.

See the Explorer at Fred Beans Ford of Langhorne

If you're in the areas of Langhorne, Philadelphia, or Bensalem, you can check out the new Ford Explorer interior yourself. Just stop into Fred Beans Ford of Langhorne and take a test drive today.

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