2020 Ford Explorer

vs. Jeep Grand Cherokee

Compare the 2020 Ford Explorer to the Competition at Lawrence Hall Ford

Finding a suitable midsize SUV is often a long process filled with research and comparisons between models. Around Anson, TX, you'll find plenty of stellar options that offer suitable rides, but why settle when the 2020 Ford Explorer that far exceeds just suitable. With plenty of seating and cargo space available, a plethora of convenient features, and loads of power underneath the hood, the Ford Explore demonstrates why it's our preferred choice over options like the Jeep Grand Cherokee. Check out how the Ford Explorer comes out on top time and again with a head-to-head comparison of the two models below.

Ford Explorer vs Jeep Grand Cherokee


  • Both models offer multiple engine options, but the base model is where the Ford Explorer showcases its prowess first. The standard 2.3-liter EcoBoost® powertrain pumps out 300 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque, which surpasses the output from the Jeep's 3.6-liter Pentastar® V6 engine.

  • The Ford SUV offers a 3.3-liter Hybrid engine, capable of achieving impressive efficiency and helping you avoid the gas pump as much as possible. The Jeep Grand Cherokee doesn't have this powertrain option.

  • When you need convenient access to your cargo area, the Ford Explorer helps you out with a standard power liftgate that you can open from a distance. You need to upgrade and spend more if you want the same feature on the Jeep Grand Cherokee.

  • The Ford Explorer can seat seven passengers standard, while the Jeep Grand Cherokee only manages five passengers. Bring more along for the ride in the Explorer!



  • The Grand Cherokee can carry a respectable 68.3 cubic feet of cargo, ensuring you can manage a fair amount of supplies for any trip. If you want to bring more, however, you'll go with the 2020 Ford Explorer. The Ford SUV offers 87.8 cubic feet of space, almost 20 more cubic feet than the Jeep competitor.

  • Both models offer stellar infotainment systems with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ integration, helping you stay connected while out on the road. The max touchscreen size available from the Jeep SUV is an 8.4-inch, which is quite a bit smaller than the available 10.1-inch option in the Ford SUV.

  • Hate the tangle of charging cords? Avoid it with available wireless charging in the Ford Explorer, a feature you won't find in the Jeep Grand Cherokee lineup.

  • While the Jeep Grand Cherokee does offer a package of safety features to help your commute, it's only standard with the Blind-Spot Monitoring system. The Ford Explorer is standard with Ford Co-Pilot360™, and it includes features like the Blind-Spot Information System, Lane-Keeping System, Automatic Emergency Braking, and Auto High-Beam Headlamps.

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Lawrence Hall Ford

2016 Commercial Avenue
Directions Anson, TX 79501

  • Sales: (888) 598-9642
  • Service: (888) 589-7595
  • Parts: (888) 821-4007
  1. Lawrence Hall Ford

    2016 Commercial Avenue
    Anson, TX 79501

    • Sales: (888) 598-9642
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Lawrence Hall Ford

2016 Commercial Avenue
Directions Anson, TX 79501

  • Sales: (888) 598-9642
  • Service: (888) 589-7595
  • Parts: (888) 821-4007