Saturday, January 10, 2015


Ford upgrade new Explorer for 2015 , as the fifth-generation SUV enters its fifth year of production. The most significant addition is a new appearance package for the Explorer XLT, which will feature 20-inch machined aluminum wheels with painted pockets, black body side plastic cladding, roof rails, and body-color door handles.First-row center floor console with wrapped armrest and storage bin Overhead console with dome/map lights and sunglasses holder .Color-keyed, carpeted floor mats, front and rear .This new appearance package will also feature mirror caps,A strong structure serves as the foundation for Explorer capability, along with advanced technology such as the available Intelligent 4WD with Terrain Management System , And there’s Curve Control, an enhancement to the standard AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control and its road-hugging capability. Inside, the Explorer provides seating for seven. When carrying things takes priority, the rear seats fold down for cargo space on demand – up to 80.7 cubic feet. lift gate applique, and grille painted in "magnetic metallic, or  caribou metallic , along with an "Explorer" hood badge. The XLT package will also offer heated leather and suede seats with contrast stitching,Leather-trimmed seats with Miko® suede insert and contrasting stitching
Floor mats with unique badging
Miko is a registered trademark of Miko s.r.l.

This appearance package basically brings the look of the Explorer Sport to the XLT trim version, which is one step above the base version but is positioned below the Limited and the range topping Sport.

Ford is also beefing up this version of the Explorer when it comes to in-car technology, with the XLT set Media hub with auxiliary input jack and courtesy light ,SiriusXM Satellite Radio SYNC with MyFord® Media hub with 1 USB port and courtesy light,SecuriLock  Passive Anti-Theft System
 Tire Pressure Monitoring System, Battery-saver feature Remote keyless/illuminated entry.

The base Explorer, the trim level below the XLT in the Explorer range, will also benefit from a few new pieces of kit and will now include 18-inch aluminum wheels as standard. The range-topping Explorer Sport, at the other end of the trim spectrum, will now receive a Class III trailer tow package as standard equipment, and the entire Explorer range will now also offer thee new exterior colors: magnetic metallic,caribou metallic, bronze fire metallic tinted clear coat. 

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