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.
2010 Ford ExplorerDarren Szrom - Chicago, IL12/10/2015
The 2010 Explorer is the last year they made it on a truck body. After 2010 they switched to the new style on a car body. I wanted a truck - not a car - and this fits the bill. Much bigger than my 99 Explorer. Still great features - leather seats, sunroof, bluetooth, etc. Plenty of room without being too big - like the Expedition. I got over 300K on my 99 Explorer - I plan on driving this one to at least 250K. The Explorer platform is proven and time tested. Look how many old Explorers you see on the road.
Overpriced lots of road noise
2013 Ford ExplorerSteve Olson - Chicago, IL07/20/2016
Great looking vehicle, butt Ford really went cheap on the build. Narrow seats,crappie suspension, hard plastic rattling inside & out, cockpit is kinda oquard-storage & phone!!! Road noise is horrible have to keep checking to see if back window is open .No mechanical problems yet just disappointed regretting not buying another Chevy Tahoe.
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