Ford Explorer 2013 is a vehicle specifically designed for lovers of the nature which abound every opportunity for adventure. With more and more obvious urban growth, such a vehicle there reason to be? Well Yes, because many of those who continue to adopt it. In addition, the new Ford Explorer is more civilized that it has.
The Ford Explorer is a SUV for small families looking for a reliable, spacious and especially very versatile vehicle. It is available in 3 versions – Basic, XLT and Limited – ranging in price from $29,999 and $44,399, which is not within the reach of all budgets. You will be certain to obtain an exceptional quality/price ratio with the anticipated of the American manufacturer.
In its basic version, the Ford Explorer 2013 is equipped with a 3.5L V6. The latter developed 290 horsepower at 6500 rpm and 255 foot pounds of torque at 4 k rpm. This powerful V6 offer interesting towing capacity. Only available transmission a 6-speed automatic transmission. This greatly limits the performance to explore, but it allows an excellent fuel consumption.
Ford offers a pull front (of base TA) in series in each version of its SUV. Take advantage of all-wheel drive (AWD V6), will require effective approximately $3,000 to pay. In addition, AWD versions can benefit from the 4-cylinder Ecoboost engine option. The latter develops 240 horsepower at 5500 rpm and 270 foot pounds of torque at 3k rpm.
The Ford Explorer series 2013 equipped with a 4-wheel independent suspension, steering that adjusts speed and a front/rear anti-roll bar. It is also an interesting range of tires. The more expensive versions are entitled to more original tires, which of course offers better stability.
A major failure
The Ford Explorer is a huge SUV designed specifically to move heavy load. Yet, Ford offers no version with V6 Ecoboost engine for 2013, which is bound to displease the outdoor enthusiasts. Nevertheless, the 3.5L V6 allows a respectable 5000 lb towing capacity.
A step into the future
The Ford Explorer is distinguished from its rivals not only with its bold design, but also by a series of the most complete equipment. Indeed, the seen from the American manufacturer has among others the SYNC with MyFord Touch system, and a sophisticated navigation system. In addition, the Ford Explorer has a host of technologies intended for security such as the adaptive cruise control, active parking system and the back-up camera. I want to say that the 2013 Explorer is the best vehicle in its class, but other manufacturers will need size argument to convince me otherwise.