The 2013 Ford Explorer by far, is the most efficient and upscale Explorer to this day. It is also equipped with the most advanced technologies there is for a large crossover SUV. The Sport, as with others may call the new Ford Explorer edition comes in with a firmer suspension tuning, revised steering for a better road fell and special interior and exterior trim details. Ford’s 2013 edition of Ford Explorer went the transition from a truck – based chassis to a unibody design for a more spacious structure. The design has also reduced some weight giving the SUV with more efficacy and handling for its fuel source. The Explorer also comes with a standard 290 – horsepower V6. It also has 17-inch steel wheels, a privacy glass, an integrated blind spot mirrors and roof rails.
The new design of 2013 Ford Explorer inside has a stylish, well-furnished space that can accommodate up to seven passengers. It is furnished with upscale features and a high-quality interior with innovative features such as touchscreen – based MyFord Touch and an advanced voice-activated Sync system. The dashboard feels soft to touch and its switchgear works with accuracy.
The new Ford Explorer is built with a standard stability and traction control with trailer sway control. It also has front side airbags and side curtain airbags. It also has a front passenger knee airbag and MyKey that gives parents the capacity to specify limits for the speed of the vehicle as well as stereo volume. Its stability control includes Ford’s Curve Control that monitors speed when in a corner and will automatically decelerate if needed.