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When the redone Explorer reaches showrooms in 2020 it will be virtually unrecognizable compared to the current truck. It will be the SUV's first comprehensive redesign in nearly a decade, and significantly, the Explorer is expected to revert back to a rear-wheel-drive setup thanks to Ford's new modular ...
The Ford Edge ST might just be the first of many high-performance crossovers and SUVs from the brand. According to a recent report from sister site The Truth About Cars, the next Ford Explorer will offer four engine options, one of which will be a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 for the Explorer ST. Sources say it's the ...

“It's important to get the word out that these Ford Explorers have a problem leaking carbon monoxide and Ford hasn't been able to fix it.” Chase said the Austin police cases are two of the roughly 30 he has across the country stemming from reported Ford Explorer-linked carbon monoxide poisonings.
... like the Ford Explorer, as it expands its electric offerings. The company has formed a group it calls Team Edison to focus on pure battery-electric cars, said Sherif Marakby, Ford's vice president for autonomous vehicles and electrification. By 2020, Ford plans to produce an electric car that can go 300 miles ...
... Modesto, Calif.; Houston; and Galveston, Tex., and dozens of other cities around the country have found carbon monoxide is accumulating in the cabins of their Ford Police Interceptors, brawny versions of the Ford Explorer. Some police agencies said they are also having problems with regular Explorers.

The patrol car LaHood was driving was a 2011 Ford Explorer, the lawsuit said. After receiving complaints in 2011 and 2012, Ford formally acknowledged potential issues with exhaust fumes in the car, but only informed authorized Ford dealers, the lawsuit said. Unnamed companies, who are also being ...
Police departments across the country are searching for answers after a potential design flaw in Ford Explorers allegedly resulted in multiple incidents of carbon monoxide poisoning. ... An officer driving a Ford Explorer to a non-emergency call crashed into a tree after falling ill and losing consciousness behind the wheel.

The 2018 model year also adds four new color options to the Explorer's lineup: Burgundy Velvet Tinted Clearcoat, Cinnamon Glaze, Platinum Dune Tricoat and Blue Metallic. The Explorer gets five new wheel choices as well. Engine choices for the 2018 Ford Explorer include a 2.3-liter EcoBoost ...
The 2019 Ford Explorer is expected to ride on a new platform called “D6.” Currently it's underpinned by the D4 platform also found on the Ford Flex and Lincoln MKT, but look for the D6 to make an appearance in several of Ford's models in the future. It's believed that the new platform will take advantage of ...
IT can be argued that the Ford Explorer ignited America's love affair with sport utility vehicles when it arrived in 1990, riding on the compact Ranger pickup platform ... Few Explorers will see anything more challenging than dirt-road action, but the vehicle can tackle a respectable amount of nastiness off-road.
Federal regulators are investigating whether more than 600,000 Ford Explorers, in model years 2011 to 2015, should be recalled because exhaust fumes can ... Traffic Safety Administration said this week on its website that it had opened the inquiry after receiving 154 complaints from Ford Explorer owners.
The 2016 Ford Explorer Platinum is a solid three-row SUV that comes with virtually all driver-assist technologies, but it's held back by dated infotainment and adaptive cruise control carried over .... All Explorers have a backup camera; the Limited, Sport, and Platinum also have a 180-degree front camera.


 

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