2014 Ford Explorer
34,098 Miles
$28,264

Manchester, NH
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2013 Ford Explorer
66,915 Miles
$21,533

Henderson, KY
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2013 Ford Explorer
92,251 Miles
$18,933

Henderson, KY
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2015 Ford Explorer
23,132 Miles
$24,638

Seaford, DE
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2015 Ford Explorer
63,346 Miles
$22,994

Medford, OR
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2016 Ford Explorer
17,401 Miles
$43,148

Seaford, DE
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2014 Ford Explorer
43,947 Miles
$29,757

Anchorage, AK
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2016 Ford Explorer
14,754 Miles
$38,995

Boise, ID
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2016 Ford Explorer
30,003 Miles
$32,996

Dumas, TX
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2016 Ford Explorer
18,501 Miles
$25,995

Boise, ID
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2012 Ford Explorer
84,508 Miles
$22,910

Dumas, TX
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2013 Ford Explorer
76,208 Miles
$17,714

Troy, OH
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2016 Ford Explorer
38,893 Miles
$30,995

Boise, ID
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2016 Ford Explorer
20,815 Miles
$38,995

Boise, ID
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2016 Ford Explorer
22,329 Miles
$36,995

Boise, ID
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2016 Ford Explorer
12,678 Miles
$38,995

Boise, ID
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2016 Ford Explorer
17,513 Miles
$38,995

Boise, ID
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2015 Ford Explorer
41,308 Miles
$28,727

Great Falls, MT
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2014 Ford Explorer
57,703 Miles
$24,699

Lincoln, NE
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2016 Ford Explorer
23,638 Miles
$43,432

Smyrna, DE
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Ford Explorer Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.2
Value
4.2
Performance
3.9
Style
4.2
Comfort
4.3
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0

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Ford Explorer Owner Ratings & Reviews

2010 Ford Explorer - Dependable and comfortable

Forestbrook, South Carolina
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
I purchased my Ford Explorer in 2012, two years after the manufacture date. The vehicle is quite suitable for the needs of my family. I have 3 children, and all of them play tennis which requires trunk space to transport equipment. We travel to tournaments on a regular basis which involves carrying tennis bags, coolers, food, and luggage. This vehicle has been convenient for this reason. I leave the third seat down at all times. On the flip side, the gas mileage is mediocre. I could purchase a car with better mileage, but not with the room, unless I spent more money for a hybrid. Also, since the car has over 200,000 miles, I have had to spend in excess of $1,500 in repairs over the last year. I will most likely need to purchase a new car in the next two years. Overall, it has been a go... (more)
Story
I cherish all of the trips we have taken in this car. I lift the gate and spread out our picnic.
Pros
My car is a vehicle designed for comfort and needs to please the family. We are able to transport items for trips, tournaments, and everyday use. The car is comfortable for distance driving. I have 2 sons who are over 6 feet tall and riding in the front or back is spacious enough for them. The mechanics of the vehicle have been very dependable. I have only recently had to purchase new parts since the mileage is considered high.
Cons
The only negative thing I can say about the car is the gas mileage is not very good. I do spend more than I would like. However, it is a trade off for the spacious body.

2000 Ford Explorer - Reliable, sturdy, and comfortable

Adelanto, California
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
With regular maintenance this car keeps on going. This is my second Ford Explorer. The last one went 250,000 miles before the engine quit. I like the suspension because it has a very comfortable ride on the highway and performs well on dirt roads. It gets OK mileage for an SUV (18-19mpg) of its age. The drivetrain is 2WD. Unfortunately, it does not have a limited slip differential so in snowy/icy or off road situations the car is really only 1WD.
Story
I just put new tires on the car last week one day before heading out to the desert for a rock climbing trip. Knowing that I would have to drive out on a VERY bumpy dirt road in the dark, I was apprehensive about how the car would handle it, so I took it very slow. I was happy and relieved to get to camp because we would park there all weekend and would only have to deal with the road again on ... (more)
Pros
The ride comfort is one of the top things that appeal to me about this car. Also, the interior space. I can fold down the rear seats and sleep in the back and still have room for gear. I have added an aftermarket tow hitch and have enjoyed pulling a tent trailer easily without affecting the mpg.
Cons
I am not happy with the lack of a limited slip differential. This car is basically 1WD when roads get slick. Compared to more modern cars the mileage is not great (18-19mg). It does not come with front wheel camber adjustment.

2014 Ford Explorer - Great value and versatility

Valrico, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
My first SUV. The ride is much more smooth and comfortable than I anticipated. Seats hug you, yet stay firm enough for comfort. Ability to flip the seats in different directions allows versatility for storage, in the middle, back row, or all the way through for large items. I was able to fit a large BBQ grill in the back with both rows folded down. The Bluetooth SYNC is a great feature, but difficult to operate when multiple people share it using different devices. Handled an extremely heavy trailer pulling from the West Coast to Florida. Ride was still comfortable, vehicle had great traction and stopping ability, and mileage was great. I have just over 30,000 miles on it now, and the experience is still as good as when I first got it.
Story
Driving across country hauling a trailer with my dog, when I relocated, was great. Was able to pack things I wouldn't have been able to take as my trailer was full, as well as, have enough room for the dog to lay and move around. Not too bad of a sleep in it either!
Pros
Ability to move seats to accommodate large items, both 2nd and 3rd row flip up, or forward and underneath. Seats are also split so you can hide the right to hold long items, keeping the left side for passengers. Comfort is best of any vehicle in its class
Cons
SYNC is not easy to move from one device to another.