Learn How the Ford Explorer Compares to the Las Vegas Competition

The Ford Explorer enjoys a proud history as an iconic SUV, helping to usher in the segment's popularity with busy families. Odds are, when you travel I-15 from Las Vegas to Moapa, you're going to see a tremendous number of SUVs, showcasing exactly how many automakers are trying to catch up to the Explorer. That's why we decided to create a page dedicated to Ford Explorer comparisons, where you can see how the Explorer fares against the Jeep Grand Cherokee, Honda Pilot, and Toyota Highlander.

  • If you're looking for maximum interior space for both passengers and cargo, the Explorer delivers. It offers three rows of seating, while the Jeep Grand Cherokee only seats five across two rows of seats. Also, the Explorer puts greater available cargo capacity at your disposal.>/li>
  • The Explorer offers you more engine options than does the Pilot. The Pilot restricts owners to one engine, while the Explorer allows you to choose from three options -- including a 365-horsepower V6 that offers all the torque you could want.
  • The Ford Explorer comes loaded with more of today's technologies than the Toyota Highlander can offer, such as Apple CarPlay™, Android Auto™, and Enhanced Active Park Asssist -- none of which can be found in the Highlander.

As you can see from these highlights, the Explorer is definitely the right choice for Nevada drivers who are looking for a new SUV. Contact Team Ford to speak with a member of our professional sales and arrange for a convenient time for you to take a Ford Explorer out for a test drive. We look forward to helping you!

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