Ford Explorer vs Dodge Durango

 

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We all have specific needs when it comes to what we require for a busy life on the open road with the family. With space requirements, amenity preferences and capability wishes, it then becomes important to customize your expectations with a vehicle that is suited to match what you are looking for. And here at Dorsch Ford Lincoln Kia, proud to serve Green Bay, Ashwaubenon, De Pere, and Pulaski, that is precisely what we aim to do with our comparison of the 2017 Ford Explorer with the Dodge Durango.

 

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2017 Ford Explorer vs. Dodge Durango

  • Cross-country travel means that you will require some extra space for the cargo that you carry. This can be accommodated better in the Explorer, with standard roof rails that aren't available for the base Durango
  • Standard power driver's seats ensure that the captain of the travel party is comfortable and ready for anything moving forward. These friendly adjustable seats cost more to move up to in the Dodge model
  • The Explorer considers the space that you and your family needs and delivers. More front head, leg and shoulder room, along with more extensive rear leg and shoulder space, give each passenger a baseline of comfort that is greater than what the Durango offers
  • Ford Sync infotainment is popular for how easy it is to use and how effective it proves to be in bringing all of your connective and digital needs together. This renowned system is successful in rivaling the Uconnect configuration of the competition
  • Five stars in overall safety crash test rating for the Explorer ensures that peace of mind will be a top priority. This same reassurance isn't backed with the Durango, which boasts four stars in this expansive category

Your comfort, the safety that you experience and the features that you covet are all here in the new 2017 Ford Explorer. Experience these factors and more with a test drive near Appleton, Ashwaubenon, De Pere, and Pulaski soon.