2021 Ford Explorer Interior

May 11th, 2021 by
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When you’re searching for a versatile SUV with ample interior space for passengers and cargo alike, turn to the 2021 Ford Explorer. Easily keep up with your busy lifestyle on the streets around Dallas in the Ford Explorer, but how many seats does it have? Whether you’re settling in for a road trip or running weekly errands, the Ford Explorer seating capacity of up to seven passengers and the 152.7 cubic feet passenger capacity are ready to handle the job. With Bob Moore Auto Group, take a closer look at the Ford Explorer dimensions and interior space.

Ford Explorer Dimensions: Passenger and Cargo

As you’re searching for an0 SUV for your family, you may have questions about the new Ford Explorer. “How many seats does it have?” and “Can it fit all of our cargo?” are some common questions at the top of the list. Don’t worry about limiting your Edmond adventures. The 2021 Ford Explorer seating capacity can accommodate up to seven passengers, when it comes to packing for a long weekend, the Ford Explorer cargo space has 18.2 cubic feet of space behind the 3rd row, 47.9 cubic feet behind the 2nd row, and 87.8 cubic feet behind the 1st row.

Let’s take a closer look at Ford Explorer dimensions when it comes to headroom and legroom:

Headroom

  • First Row: 40.7 inches
  • Second Row: 40.5 inches
  • Third Row: 38.9 inches

Legroom

  • First Row: 43 inches max
  • Second Row: 39 inches
  • Third Row: 32.2 inches

Ford Explorer: Cargo Space and Management

On busy weekends around Tulsa, it can get hectic when trying to handle your accessories, various stops, and the shopping bags that appear. Thanks to the Ford Explorer cargo space, finding ways to manage the clutter is even easier. Even with all three rows of seating upright, utilize effective cargo management tools like:

  • Cargo hooks
  • First-row center floor console with wrapped armrest and storage bin
  • Overhead console with dome/map lights and sunglasses holder

Ford Explorer: Connectivity Options

As the family settles back into the Ford Explorer seating, you can stay connected to the road around you while keeping your occupants entertained. Explore some of the connectivity options the whole family can enjoy:

  • Ford SYNC® infotainment system
  • FordPass Connect™ 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot
  • SiriusXM® Satellite Radio

Find Your Family Friendly SUV with Bob Moore Auto Group!

Now that you have an idea of the 2021 Ford Explorer cargo and passenger space, contact the team at a Bob Moore Auto Group dealership near you to schedule a test drive. Take a look inside to see if the space and amenities are right for your family, then when you’re ready to hit the road again, take a look at the state parks and attractions we recommend around Oklahoma.

 

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