2010 Ford Explorer
103,151 Miles
$12,800

Pinconning, MI
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2010 Ford Explorer
111,166 Miles
$13,990

Eugene, OR
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2010 Ford Explorer
116,888 Miles
$11,495

Burnsville, MN
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2010 Ford Explorer
144,744 Miles
$9,936

Shelbyville, TN
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2010 Ford Explorer
95,081 Miles
$11,671

Hickory, NC
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2010 Ford Explorer
147,339 Miles
$7,500

Chesapeake, VA
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2010 Ford Explorer
121,022 Miles
$9,000

Claremore, OK
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2010 Ford Explorer
86,540 Miles
$13,546

Kingsport, TN
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2010 Ford Explorer
63,645 Miles
$10,721

Fairfield, CA
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2010 Ford Explorer
50,419 Miles
$16,500

Ferndale, WA
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2010 Ford Explorer
118,277 Miles
$10,998

White Marsh, MD
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2010 Ford Explorer
117,669 Miles
$13,598

White Marsh, MD
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2010 Ford Explorer
39,253 Miles
$14,875

Morristown, TN
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2010 Ford Explorer
113,991 Miles
$10,988

Cincinnati, OH
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2010 Ford Explorer
75,739 Miles
$13,995

Clearwater, FL
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2010 Ford Explorer
139,455 Miles
$9,517

Suitland, MD
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2010 Ford Explorer
117,013 Miles
$10,990

Marion, OH
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2010 Ford Explorer
100,948 Miles
$9,970

Hazelwood, MO
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2010 Ford Explorer
28,088 Miles
$12,988

Bossier City, LA
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2010 Ford Explorer
135,412 Miles
$9,995

Greenwood, SC
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2010 Ford Explorer Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
4.5
Performance
5.0
Style
4.5
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
4.5

2010 Ford Explorer Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2010 Ford Explorer - SATISFIED

MELISSA
Rahway, New Jersey
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
THE OVERALL VEHICLE IS GREAT. IT IS EXTREMELY DEPENDABLE & NO MAJOR REPAIRS NEEDED. THE CAR HAS A GREAT DEAL OF FEATURES THAT MOST OTHER CARS DO NOT COME STOCK WITH. IT IS VERY GOOD ON GAS AND I COULD GO A GOOD TWO WEEKS WITHOUT HAVING TO FILL UP AT THE PUMP. THE ONE THING THAT I WOULD CHANGE IS THE SIZE. IF THE CAR WOULD BE A BIT BIGGER I WOULD GIVE IT AN A+++
Story
DRIVING DOWN THE SHORE.
Pros
VERY WELL BUILT & STANDS UP TO ALL TYPES OF WEATHER CONDITIONS. EXCELLENT FEATURES AND AN ALL AROUND GOOD CAR. THE TRUNK IS A GREAT SIZE AS WELL.
Cons
THE BACKSEAT WOULD BE GREAT IF IT HAD A LITTLE MORE LEG ROOM.

2010 Ford Explorer - Awesome all around vehicle.

Toni
Hughson, California
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
The Explorer is exceptionally smooth riding, even with over 100k miles. With standard maintenance the car handles like new, from steering to braking. The Explorer offers smooth towing capabilities and easily tows a two horse trailer with tack room fully loaded. The engine is powerful enough to manage the steep inclines going up the mountains. The Explorer also has several settings for the four wheel drive function. This allows for the four wheel drive to be set according to the current conditions which results in less fuel waste. The seats in both the second and third row easily fold down and back up. Even while managing two kids and a dog it is easy to make seating adjustments. Having the back seats fold down in different configurations make it fit a wide range of cargo from si... (more)
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At my parents mountain property we pack the car to its limits. Two kids, three adults, one dog, two 8 foot paddle boards, two ice chests, four beach chairs, and enough towells for everyone! It was a tight fit but everyone had a seatbelt and managed to make it to the lake with not cramping or asleep feet.
Pros
Good gas mileage for an SUV. Three different settings for the four wheel drive, which can be set with the push of a button instead of levers or a foot pedal. Second and third row of seats fold down as multiple sections to allow custom cargo area.
Cons
No running board and vehicle height make it difficult for children and small adults to get in. The back door glass is a door instead of a window (that could be rolled up). Vehicle has a large size and blind spot that take getting used to.

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