Compare the 2020 Ford Explorer With the 2020 Dodge Durango

Ford Explorer Has Been America’s #1 Best-Selling SUV Over the Last 30 Years*

That’s a Claim Durango Cannot Make

Available Intelligent 4WD on the 2020 Explorer Includes the Terrain Management System With Seven Selectable Drive Modes

Normal, Sport, Tow/Haul, Eco, Gravel/Grass/Snow, Sand and Mud/Ruts

When Properly Equipped With the Available Class III Trailer Tow Package and Available 3.0L EcoBoost® Engine, the 2020 Explorer Can Tow a Maximum of 5,600 Lbs.*

That’s Enough Towing Power for a Camper, Trailer or Boat

The 2020 Ford Explorer Has More Second-Row Head Room Than the 2020 Durango Does

Your Tall Passengers Will Appreciate That

The 2020 Ford Explorer With Its Available 3.0L EcoBoost® Engine Delivers Abundant Horsepower

Explorer Also Churns Out Plenty of Torque, Which Gets You Moving When Starting Out From a Stop

The 2020 Ford Explorer Offers Available Active Park Assist 2.0, Which You’ll Appreciate in Tight Parallel or Perpendicular Spots*

This Feature Is Not Available on the 2020 Durango

The 2020 Explorer Offers Available Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control With Speed Sign Recognition, Lane Centering and Stop-and-Go*

Just One of Several Confidence-Inspiring Driver-Assist Features Available on Explorer and Unavailable on the 2020 Durango

Explorer Is Big on Comfort

It Offers Seating Capacity for up to Seven Passengers

The 2020 Explorer Is Part of the Ford Family of SUVs; Ford SUVs Have the Highest Brand Loyalty in the Industry*

That’s a Claim Dodge Cannot Make

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