The Ford Explorer returns for the 2020 model year with a complete redesign. The three-row SUV now enters the market with all-new looks, features, and capabilities. From its reworked powertrain lineup to its enhanced technology, the Explorer has a lot to pique shoppers' interests as we head toward the new year.

Returned to Rear-Wheel Drive: For most of this decade, the Explorer has worked with front-wheel drive architecture. That changes with the 2020 model, however. These new models are going back to rear-wheel drive -- an engineering move that pays dividends in handling, towing capacity, and off-road performance. All-wheel drive is available as well.

Hybrid vs. EcoBoost: Ford is offering the new Explorer with a whole new powertrain lineup. A base 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine with 300 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque, and the 3.0-liter EcoBoost V6 in the ST model makes a hearty 400 horsepower. There's even an available hybrid powertrain that can maximize efficiency.

Massive Touchscreen Optional: Ford has upped its technology game in the 2020 Explorer with an available 10.1-inch display. Paired with Ford SYNC infotainment technology, this touchscreen is ready to make driving more convenient.

Optimal Interior Space: One element that the new Explorer holds onto is its impressive cabin space. Its three-row design means you can carry up to seven passengers.

There's even more to appreciate about the 2020 Explorer, so come check it out here at Jorgensen Ford in Detroit, MI. We'll set you up with an in-depth test drive around Dearborn, MI and Southfield, MI so you can get to know the new SUV inside and out!

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