2013 Ford ExplorerFernando - Chicago, IL03/01/2015
I absolutely love the space on the driver 's side. The comfortable seat and adjustable controls make for a comfortable fit. The ride is absolutely smooth and handles rough surface roads well. I like all the little bells and whistles from the blind spot indicator in the side view mirrors to remote start from my 4th floor apartment.
2013 Ford ExplorerMs DeBree - Glen Allen, VA11/14/2015
The Explorer has all the room we need, and rides like a car. It is low enough for my elderly mother to get in without any problem. The seats lay flat for cargo. The leather interior is very nice, and the seat heaters are definitely a plus in cold weather.
Great family crossover option
2013 Ford ExplorerL. - Flatonia, TX04/28/2015
This car has lots of great if built in features even at our base model. Third row is built to fit adults, car seats or kids with ease. The step in height is low enough to not need a step but large enough to be up with a good view. Compact enough to fit in small parking spots and maneuver in the city but large enough to handle our pasture roads and all our baby and kid gear.
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