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Ford has one more teaser of the 2011 Explorer to show us


The good news is that the unveiling of the 2011 Ford Explorer is just one day away. The bad news is, with one day before the unveiling, we don’t know how many more teasers of the new SUV we can stomach from these guys.

Okay, it’s not that we don’t appreciate the effort they give out, but at some point, the whole definition of ‘teasing’ a vehicle loses its meaning when you come out with one every other day – or so it seems.

We can only be teased for so long without the whole thing becoming ridiculous and in the case of the 2011 Explorer, we’ve seen just about enough teasing of it – and, unwittingly, the front office execs and their smiling faces on some of the photos – that it’s becoming a little, shall we say, repetitive.

Thankfully, we’ll all be spared from anymore of this on the 26th of July, at which time Ford will officially take the covers off of the SUV on their Facebook page. Now, here’s to hoping that July 26 comes fast enough, or we might be treated to yet another ho-hum teaser photo.

Source: Ford



7 comments:

I bate them for making so many teaser photos to make us more in love with their car. I admit that I have purchase one of this but to my dismay they announced a recall for seat recline mechanism.

Well, I guess there are a lot of reason why we should drool over this car. This car comes in very spacious and the materials used in the interior are quite elegant with those carbon fiber materials! And the figure performance of this car is great as well.

The new Ford explorer has great looks, unitized body construction, 30 percent better gas mileage...WOW!!!!!!!!! Hopefully the Automatic Transmission has been totally changed too.

I have to admit. The first round of heavily disguised photos were underwhelming at best, But the more I see of this vehicle the better it looks. I can’t wait to see it in production trim. I wonder if they’ll still keep the Eddie Bauer Edition? I hope they at least drop that edition and move on. I’m loving this thing though. Glad to see it with a trailer in tow.

Statistically, only 1500 of those 30k explorer lovers have ever gone off road. Once.

I have to admit. The first round of heavily disguised photos were underwhelming at best, But the more I see of this vehicle the better it looks. I can’t wait to see it in production trim. I wonder if they’ll still keep the Eddie Bauer Edition? I hope they at least drop that edition and move on. I’m loving this thing though. Glad to see it with a trailer in tow.

This thing had better be something special after all of this.

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