The 2017 Ford Explorer receives a new performance-oriented Sport trim level that features a turbocharged engine and sport-tuned suspension. All Explorers this year have a new front passenger knee airbag, while a heated steering wheel, a power tilt-and-telescoping steering column and lane-departure warning with lane-keeping assist are offered for the Limited trim level. The available xenon headlights now feature automatic high-beam control.With solid on-road dynamics, decent fuel efficiency and an accommodating, high-class cabin, the Ford Explorer is a top pick for a large crossover SUV.
Don't even try to compare the features in the 2017 Ford Explorer to what you'll get in the Toyota Highlander or Honda Pilot. It offers one of the widest, most technologically advanced set of features available in its segment--even more than some luxury models,
One could argue that the Ford Explorer started America's love affair with the SUV, and as times have changed, so has the Explorer. Thanks to a full redesign two years ago,Ford Explorer is the most efficient and upscale Explorer yet. It's also become one of the most technologically advanced large crossover SUVs available, with dynamic qualities and a hushed cabin that would rival those of many luxury-brand models.Ford has finally learned how to make more comfortable, supportive front seats, and the 2015 Explorer has them. Softer cushions are paired with just enough side bolstering where you need it, and the seats are power-operated with heating control.