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Listing the Head Room, Leg Room, Hip Room, Shoulder Room, and Cargo Room Measurements for the 2019 Ford Explorer Lineup at Brandon Ford in Tampa, FLBy Product Expert | Posted in Ford Explorer, Passenger/Cargo Space on Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018 at 8:00 am
Interior Space Specifications for the 2019 Ford Explorer Lineup
There are many reasons why the Ford Explorer lineup has been America’s best-selling three-row SUV for as long as it has been – over 25 years and counting – and one of the main reasons for that impressive streak is the amount of passenger and cargo space that’s featured within the lineup. And the 2019 Ford Explorer lineup continues that trend by being spacious enough for any circumstances that may pop up during your time driving your new Explorer. But you don’t have to just take our word for it. Instead, we’re going to show you exactly how spacious the 2019 Ford Explorer lineup is by examining its interior space specifications.
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How Much Head Room, Leg Room, Hip Room and Shoulder Room is Featured in the 2019 Ford Explorer Lineup at Brandon Ford in Tampa FL?
No matter how you look at it, the new Ford Explorer lineup at Brandon Ford in Tampa, FL, features a vast amount of passenger space. Breaking it down in the most specific way possible, the two front row seats in the 2019 Explorer lineup provide 41.4 inches of head room, 42.9 inches of leg room, 57.3 inches of hip room, and 61.5 inches of shoulder room, while the second row of seats provides 40.6 inches of head room, 39.5 inches of leg room, 56.8 inches of hip room, and 61 inches of shoulder room, and the third row of seats provides 37.8 inches of head room, 33.3 inches of leg room, 40.7 inches of hip room, and 50.8 inches of shoulder room. When it’s all said and done, the 2019 Ford Explorer lineup features 151.5 cubic-feet of total passenger volume.
How Much Cargo Room is Featured in the 2019 Ford Explorer Lineup When All Seats are in Place and When Rear Seats are Folded Down?
The amount of cargo space you get with your new 2019 Ford Explorer depends on what you do with your seats. In its standard configuration, with all of its seats upright and in place, the 2019 Explorer lineup provides 21 cubic-feet of cargo capacity. If you need even more space than that, you can fold down the third row of seats for 43.9 cubic-feet of cargo capacity. You can then also fold down the second row of seats for a total of 81.7 cubic-feet of cargo capacity.
To learn more about everything the 2019 Ford Explorer can do for you, or for more on any of our other new Ford cars, trucks and SUVs, please contact our staff here at Brandon Ford in Tampa, FL.