In 2018, Ford took a gamble on a bigger, more powerful pickup.
But it was a gamble with a huge price tag, and it failed.
The Explorer has been around for a few years now, and while its performance has improved, the Explorer has become an extremely popular pickup.
The Ford Explorer has proven to be a strong, reliable vehicle, but in 2018, the company decided to update the Explorer to a more powerful model.
This was a huge step, but it wasn’t easy.
The new Explorer has a new powertrain, a better interior, and new technologies like an automatic transmission.
Here are the basics of the new Explorer pickup, plus what to expect from the 2017 model.
What Is an Explorer?
A pickup truck is a combination of two parts: the driver and the cargo.
The driver is usually a single person who can drive the truck, but can also haul cargo.
Most trucks are equipped with an independent front seat, a back seat, and a roof rack.
There’s also a rear seat for passengers and cargo.
All the pieces come together when you choose a Ford Explorer.
It has a wide variety of driving styles, including off-road, mountain, and off-roader.
For 2018, we’re looking at an off-wheel-drive pickup, which means you’re driving the truck on a set of wheels.
This type of truck is typically bigger than an off road truck, and the suspension is also bigger.
This means that you can lift a large load in one hand, while carrying a small load with the other.
The engine in a truck is usually located under the front seats, and typically gets more power than the engine in an off boarder.
Off-road trucks and off boarders can have a wide range of engine configurations.
The biggest difference between off-boarders and off road trucks is the amount of ground clearance, or clearance for the driver.
Off boarders have bigger wheels, and thus wider tires, which make for faster acceleration.
Off road trucks have longer wheels, which allows for more traction.
Offboarders are often larger and more powerful.
Off boards can have more horsepower, but the vehicle is not always easy to drive.
There are lots of things to consider when selecting a vehicle for your next trip.
When you buy a Ford Expedition, you’re getting a pickup that will give you a wide selection of off-trail options.
It will also be equipped with a powerful engine, suspension, and brakes.
The best off-the-shelf Ford Explorer pickup is the Explorer RWD, which comes with a 3.6-liter engine, 6.5-inch wheels, a six-speed manual transmission, and is available with a two-speed automatic transmission for $23,854.
The most expensive Ford Expedition you can buy is the Expedition RWD with 4.3-liter V6.
You can buy the Expedition with either manual or automatic transmission, but with automatic, you’ll get the option to drive the engine as a rear wheel drive unit, a feature that is often more convenient than a front wheel drive system.
The Expedition comes with four seats, but there are four different models of the Explorer with different sizes of seats.
You get four different bucket seats, a five-seat sleeper, and two six-seat sleeping cabins.
All three of these cabins have an inflatable bed, and all three of them have an extra bedroom.
All four seats are available with the same standard amenities: the standard heated seat back, the standard sleeping pad, and an extra chair for sleeping.
In 2018 the Expedition has a standard off-ground speed of 55 miles per hour, but if you choose to go off-grid you can add an extra 8.6 miles per gallon to the total.
What’s the Difference Between the Explorer and Explorer R?
All of the trucks in the Expedition line of trucks are powered by a 3-liter turbocharged V6 engine, which is usually used in bigger trucks, such as the Ford F-150.
This engine is similar to the 3.5 liter that was used in the F-100 pickup, and that engine was a popular choice for off-highway applications.
The standard Explorer has the same engine as the F100, but has a more advanced system that includes an independent suspension.
You’ll also find an additional 4.2 liter engine, rated at 155 horsepower and 165 pound-feet of torque.
In the Explorer pickup you’ll also get the Expedition’s optional 5-speed system.
This is a 5-Speed automatic transmission with the option of a manual transmission.
This automatic system is much better than the manual system that is standard in most off-Road Explorer trucks, and will give your truck more stability in rough terrain.
You don’t need an additional transmission to enjoy the Explorer’s off-mountain capabilities.
It’s a very capable truck, capable of doing almost anything you throw