When you’re shopping for a pre-owned SUV, you have to take a thorough inspection of the vehicle’s interior. You should not only be looking for damages, wear and tear, and faulty parts, but take it up and notch — ensure comfort, spaciousness, and cutting-edge technology features.
A used 2015 Ford Explorer has one of the most spacious and comfortable interiors in the SUV market. Seven-passenger seating is complimented by comfortable, supportive front seats, softer cushions with firm side support, and power-operated controls with front heating control. The tall exterior design of the vehicle gives an impressive amount of headspace for the driver and all the passengers in the back.
And if you need a whopping amount of cargo space, the Explorer delivers. With all seven seats in place, the Explorer retains 21 cubic feet of cargo volume. If you need to haul a whole lot more, you can fold the seats down to maximize cargo room to a very impressive 81 cubic feet.
Another vital component of any vehicle’s interior is the technology. 2015 Explorer easily meets the expectations (and in many ways, lives up to today’s standards). MyFord Touch LCD touch screen, voice command, and steering-wheel controls are standard on 2015 models. Additional standard features include power windows, locks, and mirrors; cruise control; steering-wheel audio controls; a tilt/telescoping steering wheel; and an AM/FM/CD player with an auxiliary jack.
Other options include a power sunroof; a heated steering wheel; automatic headlamps; navigation system; premium audio; ventilated seats; active park assist; and a power third-row seat.
For technology on the forefront of what’s available, top-tier Explorers can be found with a GPS navigation system; a DVD entertainment system; remote starter; rear heated seats; a dual-pane sunroof; a power tailgate; a tow package; active park assist; blind-spot monitors; inflatable rear seat belts; and adjustable pedals.