Tech Check: 2020 Ford Explorer gets a redesign of Sync 3 on a 10.1-inch screen
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 Published On Jul 08, 2019

Ford adds an optional portrait-oriented touchscreen to the new 2020 Explorer for easier map reading and split-screen capabilities. Read the full review - https://roadshow.co/PYiYuY

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The new 2019 Ford Explorer gets a 10.1-inch, portrait-oriented screen running a slightly retouched version of Ford's Sync 3 infotainment system. While the screen takes up quite a bit of real estate on the dash, I can't deny the benefit of a huge screen when using infotainment functions. Sync 3 is already one of our favorite multimedia systems, with an easy-to-use interface, and this new version is just bigger and better.

Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard with Sync 3, and the Explorer ST has a strong 4G LTE Wi-Fi connection. Wireless smartphone charging is available for front passengers, and the Explorer additionally offers three 12-volt outlets, USB Type-A and Type-C ports and a 110-volt, 150-watt, three-prong outlet, too.

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