The Ford Explorer may be the most popular SUV ever in the U.S., but there may be some other options in the segment that are worth a glance. As far as three-row SUVs go, both the 2021 Ford Explorer and the 2021 Honda Pilot provide ample interior space, well-sorted engines, and available all-wheel drive. But eight million satisfied SUV shoppers can’t be wrong, right?
The comparison table below shows the 2021 Ford Explorer provides more engine power, better fuel economy numbers, and more interior space than the competing 2021 Honda Pilot SUV. You can test drive the 2021 Ford Explorer near Atlanta, GA along with more than 1,000 other reliable Ford models when you visit the Akins Ford dealership, home to Georgia’s largest Ford inventory.
|2021 Ford Explorer||vs||2021 Honda Pilot|
2.3-liter turbo I4 Engine
(300 horsepower / 310 lb-ft of torque)
3.5-liter V6 Engine
(280 horsepower / 262 lb-ft of torque)
|21 mpg city / 28 mpg hwy||Fuel Economy||19 mpg city / 27 mpg hwy|
|87.8 cubic feet||Cargo Volume||83.9 cubic feet|
|43 in / 39 in / 32.3 in||
(First- / Second- / Third-Row)
|40.9 in / 38.4 in / 31.9 in|
Looking at those figures, it makes sense that the Ford Explorer is the nation’s best-selling SUV. Versatility is a strong suit of the 2021 Ford Explorer. The SUV offers hybrid and high-performance versions, and when properly equipped, it has the ability to tow up to 5,600 lbs. A diverse selection of trim levels lets you choose an interior and feature roster that fits your lifestyle. This year the 2021 Explorer extends its lineup with new King Ranch and Timberline models offered on top of returning XLT, Limited, ST, and Platinum trim levels carried over from last year’s lineup.
The 2021 Ford Explorer is rich in impressive technologies like the standard SYNC® 4 system, which can be optioned with the available 10.1-inch LCD Capacitive Portrait Touchscreen. You can complete your digital experience with the available 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster display. Active safety features and driver assists are in high supply as well. Just some of the safety-enhancing systems found within the lineup include Automatic Emergency Braking, Auto High-Beam Headlamps, a Blind Spot Information System, Lane Keeping System, and much more!
Interested in the 2021 Ford Explorer in Atlanta, GA? You can test drive the Explorer and shop from a growing selection of models when you visit the team at Akins Ford.