The 2018 Ford Explorer 2021 is the most advanced and technologically advanced vehicle ever created.
The 2021 Explorer has all the features you need for your daily driving including advanced navigation, an all-wheel drive system, and an advanced suspension.
The Explorer has a total of 21,300 miles on the clock, which means you can leave your driveway, park your car, and drive it anywhere.
For more details, read our Ford Explorer 2018 review.
Ford Explorers in 2018 are available with either a 5-door, 7-door or a 12-door version.
The 5-doors have a price of $28,750 while the 7-doors are $36,250 while the 12-doors go for $39,950.
The 2018 Ford Explorers are offered with the Ford EcoBoost 3.6L V6 engine that produces 310 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque.
This engine delivers excellent fuel economy thanks to its all-electric drivetrain.
The EcoBoost engine is also rated for 50,000 miles of combined city/highway driving on a full tank of gas.
This is a perfect choice for those looking to go a little further.
The Ford Explorer is powered by a 5.7-liter V6 gasoline engine that delivers 310 horsepower at 4,800 rpm and 295 pound-feet of torque at 3,500 rpm.
This motor offers excellent fuel efficiency.
Ford also says the Explorer can go as fast as 50 mph, but it’s not available with the EcoBoost.
Ford has also said that the Ford Explorer will be available with an electric motor.
The 2019 Ford Explorer has an EPA rating of 19.2 mpg on the highway and a combined combined city and highway rating of 21.8 mpg.
The EPA rating is based on fuel economy, but the EPA also says that the 2019 Ford EcoBike is more fuel efficient than a regular bike.
If you have an electric bike, you can also go for a hybrid bike.
For less money, the 2019 ford has the cheapest price of the 2018 Ford SUV models.
The Explorer is available in the following trim levels: Premium, Cargo, Touring, Tour, Tour Plus, and Sport.
The Premium model has the standard trims including a 5,000-mile warranty and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.
The Cargo model is the same as the Premium model, but comes with a four-door sport cabin and is available with a six-speed automatic transmission.
The EcoBoost version of the Ford Expedition, the Ford Fusion, has the highest EPA rating, at 19.5 mpg combined city / highway, and a 17.2-mile highway rating.
The Fusion has a 575-mile EPA warranty and comes with the standard four-wheel-drive.
The Expedition is also available with two-wheel, all-terrain drive with the Expedition Plus option.
The 2017 Ford Explorer comes with an EPA rated 20 mpg city / 41 mpg highway.
The 2017 Ford Expedition comes with one of the best driving experiences, and it’s also the most fuel efficient.
The Premium Explorer has the best mileage and fuel economy of any SUV.
The 2019 Ford Expedition has the lowest EPA rating and the lowest fuel economy rating.
If the car is your daily driver, the Explorer is the best option for you.