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Top 5 2020 Ford Explorer Accessories

Shopping for a new Ford Explorer for the road trip season and the family? Here are the top accessories you need to consider.


  • There are more than 30 accessories to choose from.

  • They’ll allow you to tow, haul, store and live better with your new Explorer.


Convenience is a way of life for North American, which is why we love our larger 3-row SUVs. One such example is the very popular and new 2020 Ford Explorer. As capable as it is, the Explorer can be made even more user-friendly thanks to some select accessories.

2021 Ford Explorer At A Glance

Perhaps what is most convenient of all is that Ford will sell you fitted and purposefully designed accessories for the Ford Explorer. Given that there are so many available, we’ve put this list of the top 5 accessories you should consider for your 2020 Ford Explorer.


Cargo area protector

Photo: Ford

The only decision here is whether to get the one that covers behind the 3rd row or the 2nd row of seats.


Floor liners for the 3rd row

Photo: Ford

The idea behind this one is that you get them, install them and forget about it. When the 3rd row is in use, the carpets will be protected as long as you own the vehicle.


Crossbar kit

Photo: Ford

This is your ticket to multiple possibilities, no matter your favorite outdoor activity, from kayaking to cycling.


Soft-sided cargo organizer

Photo: Ford

Contrary to the cargo net, the organizer will hold items upright and thanks to the built-in dividers, keeping certain items apart will be possible.


Roadside Assistance kit

Photo: Ford

This is one accessory that you may never use but when you will need, you’ll be glad you have one. It can also be used to help out another motorist during your travels who might be stranded on the side of the road.

If you want to know more about these accessories as well as US pricing, check out Ford Accessories. In Canada, the same can be found here at Ford Accessories Canada.

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