Which Ford Vehicles Have 3rd Row Seating?

May 8th, 2018 by

2018 Ford Explorer Trim Hero

 

If you’re looking for a big people hauler for your family in Rifle, there are a number of Ford three-row SUVs and vans available to you, including:

  • Ford Flex (7 passengers)
  • Ford Explorer (7 passengers)
  • Ford Expedition SUV (8 passengers)
  • Ford Transit Connect Passenger van (7 passengers)

Other Interior Features of Ford Three-Row SUVs and Vans

In addition to the cavernous interiors of these three-row Ford vehicles, you’ll also have access to other benefits that will make driving a big group around Grand Junction easier. Depending on the model you choose, you could get:

If you don’t need quite that much space, then compare the Ford Explorer to the Ford Escape for a potential smaller option for your family near Rifle. These models and the others are available now at Glenwood Springs Ford, so contact us if you’d like to learn more about them.

 

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