Ford Explorer

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Ford Explorer Review

The new Ford Explorer Sport comes with 365 horsepower!

Ford Explorer

2012 Ford Explorer Limited

North American division of Ford announced that in the fall of this year will take place the first deliveries of the Sport Model Explorer.

Ford Explorer Sport has a 3.5-liter V-type six-cylinder EcoBoost ® drive unit (maximum power of 365 horsepower), intelligent all-wheel drive, six-speed robotized transmission SelectShift Automatic ™ with the ability to switch gears with feathers wheel optimized suspension and a number of styling changes both exterior and interior.

Explorer Sport, which will be available in four basic colors-Ruby Red Metallic Clearcoat, White Platinum Metallic Tri-Coat, Tuxedo Black Metallic and Ingot Silver Metallic, equipped with a zonal climate control, heated front seats, rear camera, SYNC System ®, audio system Sony ® Premium Audio System and more.

Available extensive standard equipment of the Ford Explorer Sport can be upgraded with Active Park Assist, special seat belts for rear seats with their integrated airbags, air conditioned seats, panoramic sunroof with two modules, automatic tailgate, panoramic glass roof with two panels and others.

All modifications and engines Ford Explorer from the start of production until now

1995 – 2002

Ford Explorer

1997 Ford Explorer 4.0

Explorer Limited – 5 doors / Jeep 207 hp Automatic transmission
Explorer XLT – 5 doors / Jeep 207 hp Automatic transmission

1996 – 2003

Explorer 4.0 4WD – 3 door / Jeep 208 hp Manual
Explorer 4.0 – 3 door / Jeep 162 hp Manual

1999 – 2003

Explorer 4.9 – 3 door / Jeep 213 hp Automatic transmission

2002 – 2005

Explorer 4.0 – 5 door / Jeep 212 hp Manual

2003 – 2005

Explorer 5.4 AWD – 5 doors / Jeep 304 hp Automatic transmission
Explorer 4.6 – 5 door / Jeep 242 hp Automatic transmission

Ford Explorer

2002 Ford Explorer

2008 – present

Explorer 4.0 – 5 door / Jeep 213 hp Automatic transmission
Explorer 4.6 – 5 door / Jeep 296 hp Automatic transmission

Comments from owners of Ford Explorer

For ford explorer 4000 – Between the ages of 91-99, he has a 160-200 hp. Explorer is more like SUV, rather than a jeep. Available option and only with rear-wheel drive. Prices in Europe, the old are quite low. As a mid-range car produced that year, which does not bode well for him. Rapid depreciation implies poor workmanship and expensive maintenance. Otherwise the interior luxury and comfort reign of the U.S. level! But I thought I would be on its fuel consumption, which is more than acceptable!

Ford Explorer

2006 Ford Explorer

Huge engine with less horsepower, at least until 2002. first versions of the 4.0 liter engine have 155-160 horses after 2002 model now has 213 horses, which is still a bit of a volume bike. but this is typical for U.S. models, possibly offset torque, although I have not driven. in any case, if you stopped at such a miracle would do well to have station.

I generally keep American cars. After all, I drive one. But on ford explorer, I can not say anything nice. Ford excursion, I respect him because of his size. They sound very nice with the turbo, but explorer does not work much, much forest and begin to break as any other car, I’ll eat my pocket by doing. I think there are better alternatives than explorer. Do not forget that easily roll turns. But if it’s a good price, take it, go ahead and sell. This post is for the explorer of the last 6-8 years. For old can not say anything. From Model Ford has a few pull my attention:

Ford Explorer

Ford Explorer

Ford F series (250 turbo diesel is my favorite)
Excursion (not produce it anymore)
And old Bronco before ’85,
And Ford Ranger (again before the old 95th)

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