How much room is there in the 2018 Ford Explorer?
For many drivers, the focus of car buying is on the exterior and making sure that the vehicle they choose looks good. While it is important to have a vehicle that presents a polished look to the world, the exterior of your vehicle has little bearing to how the interior is, which is ostensibly where you’ll spend the most time in your new car. Before you buy a new vehicle, you need to consider every aspect, especially the interior space.
If you’re looking for a vehicle that is the perfect blend of performance and ability, an SUV like the 2018 Ford Explorer is an excellent choice for you. In the 2018 Ford Explorer, you have plenty of room for passengers and cargo, with seating for seven and 151.5 cubic feet of passenger volume, so you don’t have to sacrifice comfort for performance.
Dimensions of the 2018 Ford Explorer
While space is important to drivers, passengers are really the ones who benefit from larger vehicles that include plenty of space. In the third row of the 2018 Ford Explorer, passengers will enjoy 37.8 inches of head room and 33.3 inches of leg room. Generally, the last row is only reserved for the shortest of passengers, but in the Ford Explorer, there is enough room that even taller riders can sit comfortably. In the second row, leg room increases to 39.5 inches, with 40.6 inches of head room. Of course, the first row is the one with the most space, 41.4 inches of head room and 42.9 inches of leg room.
In addition to all of the space for passengers, the 2018 Ford Explorer also accommodates plenty of cargo, even with all three rows of seating in use. Behind the third row, there are 21 cubic feet of cargo volume, which increases to 43.9 inches when you fold the last row down. If you don’t need room for passengers, you can fold down the back two rows to increase your cargo volume to 81.7 cubic feet. You can view the cavernous interior of the 2018 Ford Explorer at Sanders Ford, or you can take a look at the other 2018 Ford models.