2015 Explorer Conversion Van Review

July 29th, 2015 by

2015 Explorer Van ReviewThe 2015 GMC Explorer Conversion vans are not only known for their sleek and unique body style, they are also known for their many luxurious features within the van itself. With seating for 7 to 9 passengers, Explorer ensures maximum comfort and adequate cargo space. New for 2015 you will notice the side sky lights on the sides of the raised roof. This allows more natural light in to brighten up the interior, but not too much. ExplorerSkylightWindow1

These Explorer vans are fully equipped with premium leather heated seats, as well as many rear entertainment features like; USB charging ports for your phone, ipod, ipad, etc.. Along with a flat screen TV, DVD and video/audio ports for hooking up any gaming console you might have like Xbox One or Playstation 4. A sunroof in the far rear of the hi-top roof makes for good airflow as well for those days it is too cold for A/C but too warm to not have the windows down.
If you love to jam out when you’re driving, no problem here, the 2015 Explorer Conversion Van won’t disappoint having up to 15 premium speakers throughout the vehicle. The Explorer is also great for relaxing coming with a third row seat that turns into a fold down bed with illuminated cup holders and convenient storage spaces for you to empty your pockets, kick back, and enjoy a nice cold beverage.

ExplorerTVLong trips don’t have to be a drag in this van, the smooth drive behind the V-8 Vortec engine along with the steering wheel mounted cruise controls makes it as easy as possible for the driver to stay comfortable while driving. When the sun goes down, no big deal, you have the luxury of turning on your LED accent/mood lighting to illuminate the entire interior.

Conversion vans really do make it easier on traveling parents/grandparents because you won’t have to listen to your child continuously ask “Are we there yet?” or, “I’m bored”, because of the smooth drive and many exclusive features that will preoccupy the kids for those long couple of hours within the vehicle.