Nowadays, the discerning car shopper wants the looks of an off road ready SUV, but the inherent compromises and need for any serious rock crawling capability faded away years ago. The current Ford Explorer is a prime example of this successful visual hypocrisy, with its SUV like styling listed as the number one reason for buying on customer. Ford's 3.5-liter, V6 is excellent, with plenty of thrust from its 280 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque. The power delivery and torque curve are shockingly linear, there are no peaks or valleys in the engine's performance, just uninterrupted power. The accompanying six-speed automatic transmission is a worthy companion. In full auto mode, the gearbox is quick to upshift and knows exactly when to select a lower gear. Stab the throttle and there's a smooth, yet quick response, complementing the engine's able character. Front and rear end LED headlamps and taillights. Safety Technologies, seat belts and head restraints, dynamic head restraints, air bags, frontal air bag, front passenger, inflatable seat belt, knee airbags, child passenger, LATCH locations, rear seat 3rd row. The front seats are supportive and comfortable, with soft cushions, the right amount of bolstering, and high and soft armrests. MyFordTouch touchscreen interface seek-scan 4.2-inch display screen, CD player, Bluetooth, a USB input, a rearview camera, factory power moonroof. The rear seats provide plenty of legroom. With tight door seals, engine mounts that absorb vibration, and acoustic glass all around, it's soft and quiet in the cabin. Forward visibility is good thanks to a high seating position. The third row like so many is cramped for adults, but okay for kids, climb back there over the forward flipped second row. The third row folds forward, to create a vast 81 cubic feet for cargo with a floor that's nearly flat. There's still 21 cubic feet even with all rows up. With its 113-inch wheelbase, the Ford Explorer is bigger than it's ever been, about the same size now as the Chevy Traverse and Honda Pilot. The Explorer's off-road capability is modest (and it always has been). It'll get you and six friends or family through the snow to a ski resort, and more important, back down off the icy mountain safely. The system has Normal, Mud, Sand, and Snow modes, and electronically varies the throttle and braking to deliver the best traction. The suspension uses MacPherson struts in front with an isolated subframe, and multi links in the rear, with anti-roll bars at both ends. Stability control automatically senses when the vehicles handling limits have been exceeded and reduces engine power and/or applies select brakes to help prevent the driver from losing control of the vehicle. Tow 5000 pounds and seat seven people. Factory alloy wheels with matching tires. Ford is right on target with its family adventure concept, and the Ford Explorer is the BEST vehicle for family vacation travel on the American road. For your peace of mind we have included 50+ photos, for you to judge the condition yourself. As you do your comparison shopping, you will see Buy Right Auto offers some of the BEST values in the market. Vehicle price, 7% Sales tax, $99 Documentary fee and that's it. Our application is quick, simple and completely hassle free. You can purchase this vehicle with cash or your own financing. Great Suv, Great price; Don't wait or it will be in your neighbors driveway!
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