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Welcome to FordExplorer.org, The unofficial Ford Explorer Forum and Ford Explorer Sport Forum. Sure, there are plenty of great Explorer Forums that cover every make and model, however a 5th gen only forum did not exist. Thus FordExplorer.org was born! The site is dedicated to the 5th generation of (2011+) Ford Explorers and the all new twin turbo powered 2013+ Ford Explorer Sport. We aim to be a friendly, educational community dedicated to 2011,2012,2013,and the new 2014 v6 and Ecoboost Ford Explorers. To take full advantage of the site, we ask that you please Register - It's quick and free! You can take advantage of some of our most popular features on the site which are linked below.

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EXPLORER PURCHASING - This section contains Pricing, Dealer Feedback, Latest Incentives, and Release Information EXPLORER SPORT FORUM - General discussions for the 2013, 2014 Ford Explorer Sport with the 3.5l Twin Turbo V6. FORD EXPLORER 2.0L ECOBOOST - Discussions on the Ford Explorer with the 2.0L Ecoboost motor.
Nowhere on the internet can I find any information about the true interior dimensions in inches of the cargo space of a 2018 Ford Explorer (with the seats folded down). Width between wheel-wells, between windows, length and height, etc... Is there anything short of finding one for sale and measuring? It seems there should be info somewhere.


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All-New Ford Explorer Teased Ahead Of 2019 Reveal

No doubt we'll get a proper look at the new Ford Explorer at Detroit next year.

Ford has made the shocking announcement it’s killing off all cars, with the exception of the Mustang and Focus Active, in its current lineup, to focus on producing SUVs and trucks that are in more demand in the US. Spearheading its future SUV lineup will be all-new versions of the rugged Bronco and mid-size Explorer, the latter of which has been teased at the Beijing Auto Show. Just like the ST version that was teased earlier this year, the 2020 Explorer was hidden under a sheet preventing us from getting a proper look at Ford’s new crossover.

At the show, Ford Asia Pacific President Peter Fleet did confirm, however, that the new Explorer will be built in China as part of the automaker’s joint venture with Changan Automobile. From the profile, the 2020 Explorer looks similar to the Lincoln Aviator concept we saw at this year’s New York Auto Show. That probably isn’t a coincidence, considering that both the new Explorer and Aviator will share the same CD6 platform, which accommodates front-, rear-, and all-wheel-drive vehicles. Rumors suggest the Explorer will feature rear-wheel drive. Under the covers, the 2020 Explorer also appears to have a sloping roofline giving the SUV a sportier appearance than its predecessor.

It also has a shorter hood, more muscular wheel arches, a roof rack and an upward sweeping beltline. It won’t be going on sale in the US until next year however, so Ford probably won’t be lifting the covers off the new Explorer until early next year at the Detroit Auto Show. The mid-size SUV will also spawn a high-performance ST variant, which could pack over 400 horsepower courtesy of the same twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 found in certain variants of the Lincoln MKZ and Continental. That would be a considerable improvement over the current 365 hp and 350 lb-ft the Sport current model delivers. A hybrid version is also expected to follow.

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I was still young and impressionable when Jurassic Park hit the big screen, and that movie forever imprinted the Ford Explorer in my mind. You remember the scene, but I'll describe it anyway: It's dark, raining and there's no power. The off-screen footsteps of a tyrannosaurus send shockwaves through the standing water in a plastic cup and the rain-soaked muddy roads. Seconds later, the toothy end of the movie's biggest predator crushes through the roof of a highligher-green-and-yellow Ford Explorer, causing all manner of mayhem to the SUV's occupants inside. It's not lost on me that the Ford…

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2018 Ford Explorer Reviews and Rating

  • Attractive looks
  • 2.3-liter EcoBoost fuel economy
  • Quicker 3.5-liter EcoBoost model
  • Not as off-road capable as its predecessors
  • Can get pricey when fully optioned
  • Awkward driver’s seating position

New for 2018

The 2018 Ford Explorer gets mild freshening before its next major redesign. Updates include a new grille and foglights, and quad exhaust tips on models with the 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6. Other exterior changes include four new paint options and five wheel choices. The interior gains a 4G LTE modem and Wi-Fi hotspot. A new Safe and Smart package combines several popular active safety and driver assist tech together.

Vehicle Summary

In price, the three-row midsize 2018 Ford Explorer slots above the compact Escape, midsize two-row Edge, and three-row Flex, but below the full-size Expedition SUV.


Three engine options are offered for the 2018 Ford Explorer including a 3.5-liter V-6 base engine making 290 hp and 255 lb-ft of torque. Optional engines include turbocharged 2.3-liter EcoBoost I-4 with 280 hp and 310 lb-ft or a twin-turbo 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6 making 365 hp and 350 lb-ft. A six-speed automatic backs all engine options. Front-drive is standard with the 3.5-liter and 2.3-liter, and the automaker’s all-wheel-drive system is available with the base 3.5-liter and 2.3-liter EcoBoost and standard with 3.5-liter EcoBoost.

The 2018 Explorer is available in five trim levels including the base model, XLT, Limited, Sport, and top-spec Platinum. Standard and available options include cloth or leather seating surfaces, rear auxiliary climate control, 12-speaker Sony premium audio system, SiriusXM satellite radio, navigation, a twin-panel moonroof, heated and cooled seats, heated steering wheel, and more.


With only a mild refresh to the 2018 Explorer, we expect the 2017 Ford Explorer’s five-star NHTSA rating (out of a possible five stars) to carry over, as well as the IIHS’ Good ratings in the moderate overlap front, side, and roof strength tests and its Marginal rating in the small overlap front test. The 2017 Explorer also earned a Basic rating for its front crash warning. Available active safety and driver assistance tech on the 2017 model includes in the new Safe and Sound package includes collision warning and emergency braking, lane keeping, blind-spot warning, cross-traffic warning, adaptive cruise control, auto high beams, and rain-sensing wipers.

What We Think

“Ultimately, that might be the single biggest problem with the new Explorer Platinum and the Explorer as a whole: For every one thing it does well, someone else does it better. Want something roomier? There’s the Honda Pilot. Want something more fun to drive? Look at the Mazda CX-9. Want something more luxurious? Check out the GMC Acadia,” we concluded in out 2016 Ford Explorer Platinum EcoBoost First Test. “The Ford Explorer line is thoroughly competitive on paper, but its dominance has ultimately led the competition to simply try harder. With others overtaking the Explorer in comfort, packaging, luxury, and dynamics, it’s now finally time for Ford to show ‘we try harder’ when the next-generation Explorer hits the streets in 2019.”

Cool Fact

The 2.3-liter EcoBoost is available with all-wheel drive, while the previous 2.0-liter EcoBoost I-4 was front-drive only.

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