What is the driving range of the 2020 Ford Explorer Limited Hybrid? Over 500 miles per tank. Yes, you read that correctly. The EPA-estimated range of the 2020 Ford Explorer Limited Hybrid is 500 miles and then some. In case you're wondering what that looks like, 500 miles is roughly Los Angeles to Las Vegas and back again. Aka it's a far distance to travel on one tank of gas.

In the early nineties, when the Ford Explorer debuted, it changed the way Americans traveled. It reinvigorated the family road trip by offering a spacious vehicle that could go the distance and do so safely. Now, it's taking things up a notch.

Fully redesigned for the 2020 model year, the 2020 Ford Explorer has increased passenger space and cargo room, and includes additional technologies and driver assistance features that improve the ride. Furthermore, its rear-wheel-drive platform improves handling and towing, and now with an EPA-estimated 500 mile driving range, there's nothing stopping this popular SUV from becoming the ultimate family road trip vehicle.

Drivers with families will be happy to know that the Explorer Limited Hybrid battery pack does not interfere with cargo space. The Explorer Limited Hybrid features a specially designed liquid-cooled lithium-ion battery that is built into the chassis below the second-row seats, which preserves cargo and passenger space.

Everyone can agree (especially anyone traveling with small children) that road trips are better with fewer fill-ups. So enjoy more time on the road and less time at the pump in a 2020 Ford Explorer Limited Hybrid.

For more information on this family-oriented, four-door sport utility that'll go the distance and then some, stop by our Hilltop Richmond Ford dealership and meet with a member of our Ford sales team. As a leading supplier of Ford cars, trucks, and SUVs in the East Bay Area we know a thing or to about Ford. Come meet with a member of our team today and let's find the right Ford for you.

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