5 EXCITING NEW FORD EXPLORER MODELS TO LOOK OUT FOR
The Ford Explorer has been one of the most popular and well-known SUVs on the market, but it hasn’t been completely unchanged since its introduction more than 25 years ago. In fact, the latest 2017 model comes with some exciting new additions like LED taillights and even a hands-free power lift gate that’s been named one of the best features of any SUV in its class. If you’re interested in learning more about all of the new Ford Explorer models that are coming out soon, read on for our list of five exciting additions to be on the lookout for
The 2018 Ford Explorer Overview
One of America’s best-selling SUVs, and one of Ford’s most iconic vehicles, will get a host of new features in 2018. These include a new front end with a taller grille and better headlights, as well as an improved suspension system. The 2018 Explorer is also an early adopter of Ford’s Co-Pilot360 safety suite.
The 2018 Ford Explorer Sport
This is arguably one of the best sport-utility vehicles on sale. The exterior features a bold grille and a huge, heavily tapered, muscular rear. It’s powered by either a 3.5L V6 engine that delivers 315 HP, or a 2.3L turbocharged four-cylinder engine that puts out 275 HP, depending on which model you choose.
The 2018 Ford Explorer Limited
Making its debut at last year’s Los Angeles auto show is one of the Ford Explorer models, the redesigned 2018 Ford Explorer Limited features a sleek grille and headlights. With three rows of seating, it can comfortably fit seven passengers. This exciting new model is powered by a turbocharged engine that produces up to 325 horsepower and 380 pounds-feet of torque.
The 2018 Lincoln Navigator
The long-awaited 2018 Lincoln Navigator will be one of your favorite new SUV models. The all-new model, which looks like it belongs on an alien planet, boasts a 10-speed transmission, 450 horsepower, and 450 lb.-ft. of torque under its hood. Technology upgrades are plentiful in all models of Lincoln Navigator.
The 2018 Expedition Platinum
The new Expedition Platinum edition gets buyers luxuries like a rear-seat entertainment system with 10.0-inch touchscreens, two captain’s chairs, and a power-folding third row. Otherwise, few updates have been made to its underpinnings; it still rides on an updated version of its predecessor’s platform and is powered by a 380-horsepower V8 engine and eight-speed automatic transmission.