2020 Ford Explorer is Adventure Ready
The new 2020 Ford Explorer, arriving this summer, will be more adventure-ready than ever before. New Explorer owners will have in-dealership access to popular Yakima vehicle racks for bikes, kayaks, canoes, skis and more. The 2020 Ford Explorer also promises to offer the broadest selection of trim options, for a truly customizable ride.
Long known as the go-anywhere vehicle, the Explorer will not only get you to remote locations with nimble efficiency but it will also be better equipped to transport recreational equipment easily and safely. New 2020 Ford Explorer models can be outfitted with any of nearly two dozen Yakima accessories, all available at Ford dealerships. New Yakima accessories include features such as a single-key system that allows one key to unlock various pieces of equipment, in-rack holders to haul handled gear such as canoe paddles and heavy duty hook straps to keep gear secure on and off the road. Among the wide selection of Yakima vehicle accessories are:
- Hitch-mounted tilting or swinging bike racks
- Roof-mounted bike carrier
- Canoe carrier mounts for roof racks
- Kayak carrier with integrated boat ramp
- Paddleboard carrier
- Hitch-mounted ski and snowboard rack
- Small, medium and large roof mounted cargo baskets
“Explorer drivers are doers, they’re adventure-seekers,” said Craig Patterson, Ford SUV brand manager. “The availability of Yakima accessories in our Ford showrooms is one more way we can help people own the Explorer that best fits their adventure.”
The new Explorer is the second Ford vehicle with in-dealership availability to Yakima accessories, it follows the all-new Ranger pickup truck in this trend. Upcoming Ford models to offer similar convenience will be Ford F-150 and Super Duty trucks.
Our Ford Dealership near Dallas, Texas is pleased to offer new Ford accessories to build your perfect vehicle. Please contact our Ford Parts department with any questions about new Yakima accessories or other aftermarket parts for your Ford vehicle.
Source: Ford Media Center