Ford Explorer

Ford Explorer

The Ford Explorer leads the mid-size SUV segment in sales, and remains the first choice when looking for a vehicle that will serve family adventures well. For 2008, Explorer adds new technology and safety features while still meeting the needs of SUV customers with its generous interior and capable towing performance.

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Though the Oscars are still a few weeks away, Ford Ford Motor Company has already taken home some "gold" recognition — for its engines. Ford was the only domestic automaker to earn two spots on the Ward’s 10 Best Engines list for 2007. Mazda Mazda also earned recognition for its DISI 2.3L turbocharged DOHC I-4. Ward’s 10 Best Engines 2007 Audi AG FSI 2L Turbocharged DOHC I-4 BMW AG 3L DOHC I-6 BMW BMW AG 3L Turbocharged DOHC I-6 DaimlerChrysler Chrysler AG 3L DOHC V-6 Turbodiesel (...)

The 2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac combines attributes of the best-selling Ford Explorer and best-selling Ford F-150. The Sport Trac is new from the ground up, including its innovative cargo box with tiered storage and a trio of integrated storage bins, complete with drain plugs.

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Ford Motor Company will raise the bar in the hydrogen fuel cell race today at the 2006 Los Angeles Auto Show when it unveils an all-new fuel cell powered Explorer that can travel 350 miles on a single fill-up, more than any fuel cell vehicle on the road.

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The 2007 Ford Explorer continues with a simplified series strategy and increased availability of appearance and component packages will help consumers better configure an Explorer that perfectly meets their needs and desires.

The all-new 2007 Ford Sport Trac has earned the government’s highest five star crash test ratings for frontal and side impacts for drivers and passengers. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), achieving the best available crash test rating reflects a vehicle’s ability to reduce the likelihood of injuries and fatalities when accidents occur. “We’re pleased that NHTSA has recognized the new Sport Trac with its highest possible crash test ratings,” says Sue (...)
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The prestigious New England Motor Press Association (NEMPA) today named the 2006 Ford Explorer the Best-in-Class SUV and the Five Hundred Best-in-Class All Weather Sedan, both in the $25,000-$30,000 category, in the association’s 9th Official Winter Vehicle of New England competition. The annual competition tests new automotive models in one of the most demanding environments—a New England winter—to determine the best of the new crop. Vehicles are selected in 13 price and segment categories (...)
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Ford Explorer has been the world’s best-selling SUV for 15 consecutive years with sales totaling nearly 5.5 million because it adheres to a simple formula: put people first. Since its introduction in 1990, Explorer has defined the SUV segment by offering the capability of an SUV for towing and off-roading, along with innovations in package, comfort and refinement.

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Ford Explorer and Mercury Mountaineer have earned the government’s highest rating, five stars, in the New Car Assessment Program frontal and side impact crash test for drivers and passengers. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), achieving the best available crash test rating reflects a vehicle’s ability to reduce the likelihood of injuries and fatalities when accidents occur. “We’re pleased that NHTSA has recognized Explorer and Mountaineer with its highest (...)
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The 2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac combines attributes of the best-selling Ford Explorer and best-selling Ford F-150. The Sport Trac is new from the ground up, including its innovative cargo box with tiered storage and a trio of integrated storage bins, complete with drain plugs.


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