If there’s anything more frustrating than running out of a space in your car, we can’t think of it. You spend a good amount of time trying to fit as much as you can in your trunk, but there are still a few things left. Unfortunately, we can’t just stretch our trunks for a little bit of extra space.
It would make things a lot easier if you simply had the space to begin with. Is there a car that is spacious enough to handle your needs? You still have to have enough space for your kids and family. The 2020 Ford Explorer is a large and expansive SUV. How expansive is it, though?
2020 Ford Explorer Cargo Space
Of course, your family is the first thing on your mind. You want to make sure they can fit in comfortably. The Explorer boasts third-row seating, so there is a lot of room. In the front, you and your passenger will have 43-inches of legroom. There is still a lot of space left in the back. Passengers in the rear seats will have 39-inches of legroom.
Now that the passengers are inside, how much cargo space is there left? The Explorer has a split-fold seat design, which means that the seats can be folded down to give you more space and more unique ways to use it. With all of the seats in place, the Explorer has 18.2 cu-ft of cargo space. By folding all of the seats down, you can expand your cargo space to 87.8 cu-ft of cargo space.
Test Drive a 2020 Ford Explorer in Pine River, MN
You can find out how much space the 2020 Ford Explorer has by scheduling a test drive at Kimber Creek Ford. If you have any questions, then feel free to give us a call and we’ll be happy to help however we can.