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2011 Ford
Explorer

$18,998* 82K miles
CarMax Potomac Mills
Free Transfer to your store - VA to VA
Free Transfer to your store - VA to VA
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Location: CarMax Potomac Mills in Woodbridge, Virginia 22192
Description: Used 2011 Ford Explorer Limited for sale - $18,998, 82,180 miles with Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Auto Cruise Control, Pwr Folding Third Row, 4WD/AWD, Leather Seats, Satellite Radio Ready
Transmission: Automatic Color:White Interior Color: Gray Average Vehicle Review: (4.652 reviews) Being a Chevy guy I was quite impressed with this new Ford Explorer Limited. We took it on our first road trip and got an outstanding 22 miles per gallon the best part was is we were hauling four people with all of our lugage and it still got great gas milage. As for power Ford has done a great job with the horsepower this thing gets up and goes, I've since added a K&N cool air intake and it has helped the throttle response that much more. The interior is also amazing from the Sony sound to the leather heated and cooled seats to the dual sun roof windows this thing is loaded and luxurios I can't think of anything else I would add. I would definatly recomned this vehicle Ford has truely out done themselves in luxury and performance.

2011 Ford
Explorer

$15,998* 116K miles
CarMax Langhorne
$99 Transfer to your store - PA to VA
$99 Transfer to your store - PA to VA
Key Features
Location: CarMax Langhorne in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19047
Description: Used 2011 Ford Explorer Limited for sale - $15,998, 116,144 miles with Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Pwr Folding Third Row, 4WD/AWD, Leather Seats, Satellite Radio Ready, Parking Sensors
Transmission: Automatic Color:Black Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (4.652 reviews) Drove my 2004 Nissan Quest until it was literally falling apart. We spent a lot of time looking at options for our family of 5. I knew I didn't want to go the mini-van route again (just because, no real good reason), but finding a smaller SUV that could compete with our van was a BIG challenge. Our search finally brought us down to a Honda Pilot, Ford Explorer, and Buick Enclave. The Pilot was nice, but drove too much like a truck for me. The Enclave drove nice, had center bucket seats (something I knew I'd miss from my van) and a nice appearance on the inside, but had very little cargo space in the back and an uncomfortable 3rd row seat. It also felt a little "big". Interesting considering I had been driving a van the size of a Suburban :-) We opted for the Explorer because it drove well (smooth, like a car), had good handling, had USB connections and bluetooth for phone and streaming audio. The interior feels cozy, the front buckets are very comfortable, and the 3rd row is REALLY comfortable. It's usually just me in the car, but when we all need to go, it's a good ride. The only negatives we have hit so far: yucky blind-spot on the sides, but the blind spot mirros do a good job of counteracting that, and the clock won't stay set (evidentally FORD is working on a software update for it). Nice well in the back for groceries. The Sync takes some effort to figure out, but works great. All around, a good vehicle. I drive mostly highway and am averaging 20-22 mpg.

Reviews for 2011 Ford Explorer

Overall Rating

4.6 out of 5(22 reviews)

Explorer Limited

I have a 2011 FORD Explorer Limited. Best and most luxury vehicle I've ever owned. 2 ton Black and brown leather, sunroof through The whole vehicle, parks itself, adaptive Cruse control, FORD mytouch with sync, heated memory seats, push button start, keyless entry, touch lock doors, power lift gate and power folding seats. I love this vehicle

- DMACC, 2011 Ford Explorer

WONDERFUL

IT IS GREAT VEHICKLE AND RIDES LIKE A CAR.

- BONNIE BIERER, 2011 Ford Explorer

Nice change from a mini-van

Drove my 2004 Nissan Quest until it was literally falling apart. We spent a lot of time looking at options for our family of 5. I knew I didn't want to go the mini-van route again (just because, no real good reason), but finding a smaller SUV that could compete with our van was a BIG challenge. Our search finally brought us down to a Honda Pilot, Ford Explorer, and Buick Enclave. The Pilot was nice, but drove too much like a truck for me. The Enclave drove nice, had center bucket seats (something I knew I'd miss from my van) and a nice appearance on the inside, but had very little cargo space in the back and an uncomfortable 3rd row seat. It also felt a little "big". Interesting considering I had been driving a van the size of a Suburban :-) We opted for the Explorer because it drove well (smooth, like a car), had good handling, had USB connections and bluetooth for phone and streaming audio. The interior feels cozy, the front buckets are very comfortable, and the 3rd row is REALLY comfortable. It's usually just me in the car, but when we all need to go, it's a good ride. The only negatives we have hit so far: yucky blind-spot on the sides, but the blind spot mirros do a good job of counteracting that, and the clock won't stay set (evidentally FORD is working on a software update for it). Nice well in the back for groceries. The Sync takes some effort to figure out, but works great. All around, a good vehicle. I drive mostly highway and am averaging 20-22 mpg.

- Badee, 2011 Ford Explorer

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