Heated & Cooled Leather Seats (front), Heated 2nd Row, Power Fold & Stow 3rd Row, Navigation, Blind-spot Detection, Front View Camera & Front Parking Sensors, Rear View Camera, Front 180 Degree Camera, Foot Activated Liftgate, Remote Keyless Entry System & Remote Start, Active Park Assist, Audio System from Sony®, BLIS (Blind Spot Information System), Front Multi-contour seats with Active Motion® (Massage), Power-adjustable pedals with memory, Power-tilt/-telescoping Steering Wheel, SYNC 3 Enhanced Voice Recognition Communications and Entertainment System with 8″ color LCD capacitive touchscreen in center stack with swiping capability, Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control, 3.5-liter V6 engine, 6-speed automatic w/Steering-Wheel-Mounted Paddle Shifters, Intelligent 4WD with Terrain Management System™, LED low-beam headlights and LED taillights, 20” Alloy Wheels, Balance of Factory Warranty, Trailer Tow and only 21,150 km
2017 Ford Explorer has a lot to offer if you’re shopping for a three-row crossover SUV. Its outstanding quietness and quality cabin trimmings elevate this practical do-all crossover to the front of the segment…. It’s downright luxurious.
A household name among American car buyers, the Ford Explorer has evolved from its long-ago roots as a body-on-frame SUV into the comprehensively modern three-row crossover it is today.
If you’re looking for a family SUV with advanced electronics and safety features, Ford’s midsize SUV for 2017 is hard to beat. The Explorer’s advanced all-wheel-drive (AWD) system makes it more off-road capable than a Honda Pilot or Mazda CX-9.
We all love those extra bonus features that take our capable and functional vehicles to the best vehicle you’ve ever owned. The 2017 Ford Explorer is that vehicle that you will never want to get out of or get rid of. It’s new Multi-Contour Seats with Active Motion take every drive to the next level and transform a long road trip into a long massage. The Active Motion seats are designed to reduce driver fatigue on longer drives and increase blood flow to the back and legs.
Lane-Keeping System Can detect lane markings and apply torque to the steering wheel if it senses your vehicle drifting unintentionally out of its lane. If needed, the Lane-Keeping System can also send gentle vibration pulses to the wheel to prompt you to steer back toward center. If it detects you’ve come too close to − or crossed – the markers multiple times, a Driver Alert System displays a coffee cup icon to suggest taking a break from driving.
BLIS (Blind Spot Information System) Notifies you with a light in either sideview mirror if its radar sensors detect a vehicle in the corresponding blind spot. Cross traffic alert, part of the system, warns you with a beep and a warning light in your sideview mirror if it detects a vehicle approaching either side as you slowly back Explorer out of a parking space. Either way, BLIS® with cross-traffic alert helps keep you aware of things that may be just out of your line of view.
Front 180-Degree Camera and Forward Sensing System – Aids visibility for limited-sight maneuvers such as pulling out of the driveway, street or parking lot. This available technology also allows the driver to see around corners. A washer is included to help keep the lens free of dirt and other debris.
BUTTONS – With more and more SUVs moving to touch-screen-only interfaces, it’s rather refreshing to see sometimes the old ways are still the best ways. Sure, the 2017 Ford Explorer features a big 8-inch touch screen, but it also has easy-to-reach and -operate controls for the climate and audio.
TERRAIN MANAGEMENT SYSTEM – Because Ford’s 2017 Explorer is a crossover SUV, it lacks the rugged body-on-frame design once common to off-road SUVs. To compensate, Ford’s Terrain Management System offers varying settings for the AWD system including snow, sand, mud, grass and gravel.
TAME THE PARKING SPOT. With help from its Enhanced Active Park Assist System, Explorer makes parking easy so you can move on to more important things. Whether you’re backing into a perpendicular spot or slowing down to parallel park, ultrasonic sensors can identify a parking space that is the right size, then the system steers the vehicle into it. All you do is follow on-screen prompts, and operate the accelerator, brake and gear shifter as needed. The front 180-degree camera also helps out with visibility and allows you to see around corners. A spritz of the lens washer and your view is clear. Finally, Explorer has tamed the parking lot. Time to get out and have some fun.
Beauty That’s More than Skin-Deep. The power and driving dynamics of Explorer come wrapped in an eye-catching design that boasts authentic comfort and style. And because it was built for modern active lives, you can also expect an interior space for the kids, the dog, the sports equipment, camping gear and just about everything else you may need on the road to adventure.
Ford’s popular three-row Explorer crossover is refined, versatile and suitable for many needs….The result is the kitchen sink of comfort and driver assistance features to suit the most well-heeled buyers.