2019 Ford Explorer vs 2019 Chevy Traverse vs 2019 Toyota Highlander

2019 Ford Explorer next to a 2019 Chevy Traverse and 2019 Toyota Highlander

With an auto industry that is filled with a long list of quality midsize crossover SUVs to choose from, it can be difficult to know which one the best choice for your specific needs is. At Metro Ford, we want to help you make the most informed buying decision when it comes time for you to choose and that’s why we offer detailed comparisons of some of the most popular models.

This side-by-side comparison puts three of the top picks for a new SUV next to each other, so you can decide for yourself which one has the qualities you’re searching for. After reading this 2019 Ford Explorer vs 2019 Chevy Traverse vs 2019 Toyota Highlander comparison, you’ll have the information you need to buy your next crossover SUV.

2019 Ford Explorer 

2019 Chevy Traverse 

2019 Toyota Highlander 

$32,365  $29,930  $31,330 
3.5-liter V-6  3.6-liter V-6  2.7-liter 4-Cylinder 
290 hp  310 hp  185 hp 
Three-Row Seating  Three-Row Seating  Three-Row Seating 

2019 Ford Explorer in Chicago, IL

When comparing the new 2019 Ford Explorer against the 2019 Chevy Traverse and 2019 Toyota Highlander, you’ll see that they have many similarities and many differences. The list of standard and available technology features, comfort options, safety equipment, and engines among these three crossover SUVs is extremely close and from one vehicle to the next, you’ll find many of the same amenities. The 2019 Ford Explorer quickly sets itself apart from the Chevy Traverse and Toyota Highlander by offering a lengthy list of engine options to choose from as well as innovative Ford technologies like EcoBoost®, Intelligent 4WD with Terrain Management System™, Hill Descent Control™, AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control™, FordPass™, SYNC® 3, SecuriCode™, and many others.

When you begin your search for a new midsize crossover SUV in Chicago, IL, stop by Metro Ford and take the new 2019 Ford Explorer out for a test drive before you consider any other vehicle.