2008 Ford Explorer
157,004 Miles
$9,999

Superior, WI
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2015 Ford Explorer
39,816 Miles
$33,422

Cary, NC
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2013 Ford Explorer
59,193 Miles
$20,000

Pembroke Pines, FL
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2014 Ford Explorer
47,338 Miles
$29,993

Abilene, TX
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2016 Ford Explorer
3,290 Miles
$31,980

Reno, NV
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2013 Ford Explorer
73,459 Miles
$20,999

Spokane, WA
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2014 Ford Explorer
38,042 Miles
$24,995

Wasilla, AK
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2015 Ford Explorer
29,061 Miles
$27,990

Bend, OR
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2013 Ford Explorer
102,696 Miles
$20,999

Johnston, IA
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2015 Ford Explorer
47,920 Miles
$29,514

Lake Wales, FL
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2014 Ford Explorer
22,957 Miles
$32,999

Colorado Springs, CO
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2004 Ford Explorer
147,919 Miles
$4,999

Pocatello, ID
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2016 Ford Explorer
46,276 Miles
$28,998

Medford, OR
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2016 Ford Explorer
20,110 Miles
$23,277

Lake Wales, FL
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2014 Ford Explorer
55,393 Miles
$26,220

Tulsa, OK
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2015 Ford Explorer
31,525 Miles
$28,995

Boise, ID
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2015 Ford Explorer
20,514 Miles
$30,995

Boise, ID
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2014 Ford Explorer
72,988 Miles
$24,491

Ankeny, IA
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2015 Ford Explorer
27,066 Miles
$33,591

Ankeny, IA
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2014 Ford Explorer
39,030 Miles
$24,900

Tulsa, OK
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Ford Explorer Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.1
152 Reviews
Overall
4.1
Value
4.0
Performance
3.8
Style
4.1
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.9

Ford Explorer Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2005 Ford Explorer - Changed my mind on SUVs

Elizabeth
Pikeville, Kentucky
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
3.0
I like the Explorer pretty well, it's the first SUV I've owned and I wouldn't go back to driving a small car after my experience. I like how it handles but it's had to have a lot of work since I've gotten it, which is to be expected from driving it about 100,000 miles since it was purchased and most through no fault of how it was made (ea.. A toddler shoved a pencil into the air conditioner vents and I needed to fix it so it would change from a/c to heat again). I would like some work done to the interior, updating the stereo system, etc. The air conditioner vent has been lose and won't stay in position since I've gotten it. When I was looking to buy the car I test drove another Explorer and ultimately decided to get the one I got because of a large crack on the back of the other one. ... (more)
Story
I do a fun scavenger hunt every year that benefits a charity, one of the items this year was to build a raft from water bottles and take it out on a lake or river. I used my vehicle to haul it to a local river/popular swimming area with a friend and ended up going through some pretty tough back roads to get there. Another time for the same scavenger hunt we hauled a birds nest that was 5 ft in... (more)
Pros
1.Roomy 2.4 Wheel drive 3.The dimmer on the rear view mirror, so I'm not blinded by head lights behind me. 4. The design
Cons
1. Crack in the back under the window 2. Hard to switch back and forth between 4 wheel drive 3. Fabric seats hard to clean when you have children 4. Gas mileage

1993 Ford Explorer - Reliable, well made car

EJE
Prescott, Arizona
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
This vehicle that I have is a very dependable vehicle. I bought it as just a way to get around basically but even though it has more than 200,000 miles and I've put around 15,000 miles on it, it still runs great. I've done a lot of maintenance on small things but the main things, such as the engine, have yet to give me problems. You can comfortably fit 5 people in there with lots of room for everyone.
Story
One Friday night we piled up a bunch of wooden pallets in the storage space behind the seats and we went up this old, not well maintained road until finally we reached the top. We had a great bonfire and a great experience with the truck, it worked well and got us where we wanted to go.
Pros
The build is well made. There are no interior rattles and nothing has fallen apart. The electronics still work great, all of the automatic windows except for one still go up and down and the radio still works. The car accelerates quickly and can get up to a very quick speed. There is a lot of space in the back compartment for storage, like a lot of space. You can fit a lot of things in there and it's very useful if you have a lot of luggage to bring somewhere.
Cons
The fuel economy isn't great it only get between 15 and 17 miles per gallon even no matter how I drive it, though it did get 23 on the very long road trip to and from Michigan. Another con is that the car is somewhat top heavy so it seems not very stable when turning and I worry that if I turn too quickly it might flip over. Also the wheel bearing are very hard to replace on this vehicle, there is some sort of little key piece in the bearing that is very hard to take out, it took me a good 3 hours to get it out for whatever reason.

1998 Ford Explorer - Love my old hunk of metal

Tony
Indiana, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
I had owned a previous Explorer and when the time came for a new purchase, I stuck with the Explorer. Don't let the plain models fool you for a lack of durability or comfort. There is more than enough leg room to keep you comfortable on a long drive, plenty of storage room to pack up for any occasion, and a driver-friendly dashboard that has everything within reach. I have a hitch on the back that I tow a small trailer with, and I love how it tows without any problems. One of the reasons I chose the Explorer is because I have had to drive through some pretty bad snow storms. One occasion I hit a patch of ice. Ice is ice, so any vehicle will slide. After I ended up on the side of the road and into a snow bank, I just clicked it over to four-wheel drive and backed out of it like it was n... (more)
Story
A co-worker and I were on our way to work during a bad snow storm. I didn't have my Explorer in four-wheel drive and hit a patch of ice, slid off the road into (or actually through) a snow bank and into a field. My co-worker asked me how we were getting out of there. I told her it was easy; we're backing up. I clicked it into four-wheel drive and backed it up. ta-da lol
Pros
This was my second Explorer. The first one I had was fully equipped, and now I'm driving a regular model. Since I drove both types, I am able to compare a few things right off the bat. The loaded vehicle had a lumbar adjustment in the seat, forward and back powered seats, and a sunroof. The seats in the Explorer are comfortable enough without the lumbar adjustment, so I didn't miss not having that anymore and the non-powered forward and back seat adjustment moved smooth enough, that you didn't miss not having the power option. More than enough legroom for taller people. It tows excellent, ... (more)
Cons
The first thing I realized after I bought this vehicle was the gas mileage wasn't as good as my previous Explorer. I had a V8 that got an average of 28-30 miles per gallon. This was a V6 and struggled to get over 20 mpg. I thought a smaller engine would be a gas saver. Well the bigger engine was able to pull the weight of the Explorer without a problem, where the smaller engine had to run harder to keep up. I went through brakes, ball joints, and sway arm bars on this vehicle more than any other. However, I may of drove at a normal pace, but I did use this for towing and hauling. I'm not s... (more)

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